The history of print on textile has its root in China where wooden blocks were used for printing trees and flowers on silk. Indian artisans have adopted this method later and then it became popular all over the world. Over the years, there has been a craving for popularity of prints and it is now reflected in sarees. With passing days of different styles, designs and patterns have emerged. Recently geometric, floral or abstract patterns on sarees are very much in demand.
Gifting silk sarees as at Bengali marriage, Marathi Vivah, and Gujarati marriage and other occasions is a very auspicious tradition in India. A silk saree graces every occasion bright. Silk represents essence of purity and the rich tradition of India.
India is a holy country with ethnic people, dialects and regional diversities. The mixture of rich traditions and family unity makes India outstanding. You can find different languages..
Saree is the symbolic gesture of feminity in India. Though many other South Asian countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Mayanmar, etc. have a fascination over saree, but still Indian always tops the list of all saree wearing nations.
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.