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Orissa Sarees-Elegant Sarees from Eastern India

   
 

One of the most sensual attires of women is undoubtedly the saree. The history and origin of the saree comes from the ancient Indus civilization of India.  Although there may be lots of western influences in the mode of dressing of the most people today, it is but a fact that exclusively Indian women looks so fabulous and stunning in a saree. In India a person's personal status is reflected on his way of dressing or his attire.  It is frequently used in many parts of India, eastern, western, northern and southern regions. Specific state found in Eastern India is the Orissa, thus appears the Orissa Sarees. The ethnic culture of India stresses much emphasis on their ethnic attires. Indian wardrobe etiquette forbids the exposure of skin and the wearing of transparent clothes that are too tight. The wearing of such Orissa Sarees is particularly influenced by its culture, geography and climate.

Each region in India has its own unique and distinctive way of weaving sarees. Each weave is special and different. The Kanjeevaram is a saree made in the southern part of India. It is known for its broad boarders and indistinctly bright features.  It is creatively different because it is formed with temples, palaces or paintings that are found in South India. There is much color in its patterns so as to emphasize its elegant look. Benarasi Saree, the most expensive one because of the fine gold and silver thread in its pattern. Traditionally, Benarasi style has hand woven flowery designs that make it attractive as the others. This is often used by glamorous brides of Northeastern India. The Orissa Sarees, mostly used in the Eastern region of India is famous of its silk and cotton saree. Such contemporary design of sarees also exists to date in other parts of India.

With a touch of the new civilization, Orissa Sarees are not that visible in our everyday outfits.  But still preferably used during special festivities, royal engagements, fashion galleries, and other liked and glamorous occasions. Until now Orissa Sarees believes to be the most traditional outfit for Indian women. With India having 29 states, one can imagine the unique ethnic wear each state uses. There are more regions in India where beautiful sarees are made. Each set of sarees are gifted with charm and enormous appeal because of its high quality, fine texture and impressive colorful designs. Sarees made from India is different from all others, just as it is woven from different regions just like the Orissa Sarees.

Finally, Orissa Sarees is unlikely similar to the many kinds of sarees in India, especially in terms of  prints, embroidery, fabric and many other factors. Nowadays, Orissa Sarees or other types of sarees can be purchased through stores or even in the internet. You can hunt the best saree wears in many online stores that offer great discounts. They have many collections of elegant sarees from all parts of the globe with reasonable prices and can be worn on all occasions.

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