Sari is a beautiful single piece unstitched cloth that is wearer by women in south Asian countries. Mostly in India women prefer to wear sari in day to day use. Along with India in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Indonesia etc countries women prefer to wear sari. But in India the large number of saris are manufactured and used by women.
These are many different types of design and styles of weaving are present in different parts of India. Traditionally in India weavers produce saris by using their hand and some handmade tools these saris are popularly known as handloom saris of Odisha.
Handloom is very famous in different countries like china, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and many more people in these countries produces very beautiful cloths with different traditional designs. Many beautiful motifs and patterns are weaved on cloths to give it a very attractive look.
Especially in India in different states different types of traditional styles of sari weaving techniques are present and people still follow their traditional weaving techniques. By these techniques some very beautiful saris are produces some of the examples are: Mooga silk, Mekhla Cotton of Assam, Dhaniakhali Cotton, Shantipuri cotton, Phulia Cotton, Begumpur Cotton, Garad Saree, Tant Saree, Murshidabad Silk of Begumpur, West Bengal, Sambalpuri Silk & Cotton Saree, Ikkat Silk & Cotton Saree, Bomkai Silk & Cotton Saree Nuapatna silk sari, Sonepuri Silk & Cotton Saree, Berhampuri silk, Mattha Silk, south Indian silk and cotton sari, Gujarati sari etc.
These are many more other varieties of good quality saris are available in India. Also these saris are manufactured in huge amount and used by Indian women in India and outside of India. Also women of different countries outside of south Asia like to wear Indian best quality sari.
So we can say that India is the largest number of sari manufacturing country in the world.