Southern part of Indian mostly comprises of Kerela, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telengana. Their culture, life style and rituals are a bit different from that of the Northern part as they are pretty much attractive and alluring in nature. The tempting touch comes to their fashion sense as well. Since, saree is the ethnic dress all over India so, the South Indians have also shown their skill and creativity in cultivating different forms of this ethnic fashion department. There is a different genre of ethnic fashion in India known as South Indian Saree. It is one of the most favourite saree type and Kanjivaram Saree is the most popular in this group. Some of the different types of South Indian Sarees are listed as follows:
- The name of the saree comes from the place Arni in Tiruvanamalai district of Tamil Nadu, where this dress originally comes from. The specialty of this saree is that it is made with two different bodies on each side with two different pallus. It means that you can wear two different sarees from one piece.
- Ikkat saree is a very colourful and gorgeous looking dress. This originates in India from Andhra Pradesh but the name is an Indonesian name. The technique of tie-resist-dyed yarn, woven to make patterned cloth, which is used to manufacture Ikkat sarees is very old but still now it is one of the most popular South Indian sarees.
- By its name any one can easily understand that this saree comes fom the city of Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. The origin of Kanjivaram Silk dates back around 400 years ago during the reign of Chola dynasty king, Krishna Deva Raya. It is made with mulberry silk thread and its speciality is the wide contrast borders with colourful designs.
- These sarees originated from Uppada, a small beach town in the East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. The traditional Jamdani method is used to manufacture them. Opara sarees are light weighted, translucent and gorgeous looking sarees from South India.
These gorgeous sarees make a woman feel her feminity and complements her beauty. That is why it is one of the most admired dress for all Indian women. Adi Mohini Mohan Kanjilal's vast collection of these atrractive South Indian Sarees will surely do justice to her personality.
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