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With a history of 5,000 years of making Indian women look irresistibly beautiful, the queen of all Indian dresses - the Sari (or Saree) simply means a drape made of cloth. One school of scholars believes that the contemporary Blouse and petticoat (called Shaya in Bengali) that now go together with the Sari were introduced in India only after the British invaders started occupying the country, and before that it was acceptable for women to just wear the drape without much concern for exposing the upper body or her breasts. Others believe that women have been using variations of a choli from vedic ages, though this may have been to limited to specific occasions or job functions.

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Nevertheless, in the age of designer fashion-wear, there is no dress that beats the quintessential Indian sari that brings out the stunning soft beauty of women of the subcontinent.

Sarees come in a mind-boggling variety of classic and modern styles, which Indian women seem to have no problem understanding, distinguishing and selecting from. West Indian Sarees include Bandhani, Patola, Gujarati Brocade, Embroidered Tinsel Sarees, Paithani, Chanderi, Maheshwari, Gadwal and more. North Indian include the Benarasi, Kota Doria, Jamdani, Jamawars, Tanchois etc. South India is famous for Saris like Kanjeevaram, Konrad etc. And of course Eastern Indian women have their own fabulous Baluchari Sarees

There are differences in the way a Saree is worn by women from different parts of India, and it is possible to look very formal and proper, as well as extremely hot and sexy wearing a Saree.

In Bengal, the sari is worn pleat-less; it is wrapped around the waist, brought back to the right side and the Pallu (called the ANCHAL in Bengali) is thrown over the left shoulder. The pallu is then brought up under the right arm and once again cast over the left shoulder.

Gujarati women wear the saree in a "seedha pallu" style, is also found in parts of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Bihar. Instead of opening to the left, the pleats are tucked so that they open to the right. Then, the pallu is taken to the back and brought over the right shoulder. It is then spread across the chest, and the left edge is tucked in the petticoat at the back.

Women from Maharashtra wear eight-meter saris instead of the usual five-and-a-half meters. One portion of the sari is drawn up between the legs and tucked in behind at the waist, while another portion is draped as a pallu over the bosom. Thus it forms a kind of divided sari, allowing greater freedom of movement.

Tamilian women, like Maharashtrians, also wear longer eight meter sarees. After wrapping around the waist, the pleats are positioned along the left leg. The rest of the sari is taken over the left shoulder, wrapped once again round the waist and tucked on the left side.

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