Occasion Wise Sarees in India

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Indian sarees are beautifully designed depending on the specific occasion such as festival, party, religious or regional ceremony and wedding. Sarees are embellished with beautiful ornaments in such a way that they look extraordinary with great charisma. Women are very choosy while picking ornaments to tie up with the traditional outfit. The jewels should match the saree’s color, design and pattern. 


Artisans keep separate occasions in their mind while designing sarees and then only add particular fabric or design. For instance, wedding sarees have golden or silver threads with zari work. The bridal saree has a unique importance because the bride should look more beautiful than others in her special day. Banarasi saree is one of the favorite choices as a bridal wear in India. Wedding is not only about bride and groom in India but about so many people who are present in the wedding day. Women who come to the marriage also wear beautiful sarees. Other wedding sarees include Patola sarees, Hettinad sarees, Paithani sarees, Konrad sarees, Gadwal sarees, Chanderi sarees, Kanjeevaram sarees, Pochampally sarees and Mysore silk sarees. 

On funeral ceremony called as 'shradh' in India light colored saree is worn. Tussar saree is a type of faded colored saree worn by the widow women. On the other hand, in social gatherings and parties women wear vibrant colored sarees. Creativity by artisans in motifs uses and designing should be praised with a loud voice. They put their all efforts to come up with such beautiful pieces of saree to make women look traditional yet attractive. 

Popular sarees of Eastern India include Tangail sarees, Jamdani sarees, Gorad sarees, embroidered sarees, Khadi sarees, zardousi sarees, designer chiffon and georgette sarees. All regions of India have dissimilar varieties in their sarees depending on their specific occasions. 

Contemporary and traditional designs are included in the clothing by skilled artisans. The popularity of saree is almost in all parts of the country. Even India exports sarees in other parts of the world.