India is one of the richest countries in the world when it comes to traditions and cultures. We celebrate every festival with so many grace and enthusiastically. Where it is from north-south east or west, every state and region has there something spectacular to offer different rituals, different festivals, and changed clothes.
All these festivals, rituals, cuisines bind us with elegant thread that is Saree. Saree is the pride dominant for women to wear on occasion like Ganesh Chaturthi, Nav Ratri, Diwali, etc. This elegant thread is the pride of our country. Sarees types change with states to states. There are almost 30 different types of sarees are there, and this Nine-yard of pure grace can wear with 80 different varieties. Saree is not just cloth its an emotion which are close to the heart of every woman.
If You are in love with saree and want to amplify your collection, then you are in the right place.
Here are 5 Different Types of Regional and Traditional Sarees which everyone wants in their wardrobes-
1.)Paithani Saree – Everyone’s favorite
Paithani is everyone’s favorite saree which named after the paithan town in Aurangabad from state Maharashtra where the saree first made by hands.
Moreover, this saree is famous because of the borders of an oblique square design, and a pallu with a Peacock design.
There are three different types of silk threads required to make these nine yards of grace.
- Charkha: This is widely used. It is cheap, dull, and uneven.
- Ciddle-Gatta: Fine quality silk, thin sheer, shiny, smooth, and even.
- China silk: Costly to use.
In present-day Paithani saree’s largest manufacture is settle in Yeole village in Nashik, Maharashtra. If you wear this saree, you can feel that emotion and love for the saree.
2.) Nauvari Saree – 9 Yard of Pure Grace
Nauvari saree comes with different names like Nav Vari, Nauvaree, Kasta Sari, Kacha, Sakachcha, Lugade. This ‘Nauvari’ name originated from the sarees length of nine-yard.
This saree mostly wear my Marathi women or Maharashtrian women.
Nowadays this saree is drape by so many ways like
- The Center of the sari is neatly placed at the back of the waist.
- Ends of the saree are tied in the front, and then the two ends are wrapped around the legs, giving a trouser-like look.
- The decorative ends of the saree are then draped over the shoulder and the upper body.
By this ways, you can drape your saree neatly and comfortably. And the exciting facts about Nauvari saree is that it is exceptionally famous in Bollywood and recently actress Vidya Balan donned this saree is one of her song sequences in the movie ‘Ferrari Ki Sawari’.
3.)Bandhani Saree – Soul Of Gujrat and Rajasthan.
Bandhani saree name derived from ‘Bandhani’ this name has its roots from Sanskrit verbal root bandh means to ties.
Bandhan is highly skilled from saree which involves dyeing a fabric that is tied tightly with a thread at several points, thus producing a variety of patterns like Chandrakala, Bavan Baug, Shikari etcetera; depending on how the cloth is tied.
Mainly this saree comes with yellow, red, blue, green, and black. In bandhani saree, different colours convey a different meaning. Peoples believe that Red brings good luck to a newly wed’s life.
This saree is getting more popular as it can be worn on any occasion. Bandhani sarees with Kundan work is the best option to pair up weddings, parties, and other special events. You can wear a bandhani saree in both summers & winters.
4.)Tant Saree – Love of West Bengal
Tant saree is Love of West Bengal that almost every Bengali women have this saree in her wardrobes.
Moreover, it is made of cotton, and they are highly wearable because of its lightweight. You can wear this beautiful saree on any special occasion like festivals, marriage and anniversary, etc.
In Bengal, about Eight different types of Tant sarees are made like-
- Jamdani Tant Saree.
- Cotton Tant Saree.
- Banarasi Tant Saree.
- Yellow Tant Saree.
- Dhakai Tant Saree.
- White Tant Saree.
- Red and White Tant Saree.
- Red Tant Saree.
That’s why the Tant saree is the love of West Bengal. Its trend never goes off.
5.)Muga Saree – Pride of Assam
Muga saree is a type of saree made by a special kind of silk produced by larvae that feed on mainly two unique leaves.
The resulting silk from this larvae is known as the best, and it becomes glossy and very durable. This is a variety of wild silk that was geographically tagged to the state Assam of India.
This saree is so adorable that it has high demanding value in late 2014-15 India produced 158 tonnes of Muga silk out of which 138 tonnes were produced in Assam.
Muga saree authentically completes your wardrobe collection.
These are the 5 different types of regional and traditional Indian sarees which everyone should have in there wardrobe.