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The sari is a long piece of fabric, typically between 5 and 9 yards in length, that is draped around the body in a variety of ways. There are many different regional styles of draping a sari, but the most common way is to wrap the fabric around the waist, gather it at the pleats, and drape it over the shoulder.

A full History of Saree that you need to know

What is the history of the saree?

The word "sari" is derived from the Sanskrit word "sati”, which means "strip of cloth". The sari has been worn by Indian women for centuries and is considered to be a symbol of Indian culture and tradition. It is worn for both formal and informal occasions, and there are many different styles and fabrics to choose from. The sari is a versatile garment that can be dressed up or down, and it is a popular choice for Indian women of all ages. And we can confidently predict that the saree's future is bright. The saree is still a popular choice for Indian ladies of all ages. Finally, we want to let you know that MONRI is releasing more new saree collections only for you, and we are working with more diverse fabrics so that you may experiment with other styles.

What are the different types of sarees?

There are many types of sarees but we will talk about MONRI saree collection. Monri have Georgette saree, Net saree, Jamdani Saree, Handloom Saree, Handwoven Saree.

So, let start by talking about What fabrics Monri used for their sarees?

  1. Georgette Fabric: Georgette is a lightweight, sheer fabric we made from silk or synthetic fibers. Our Georgette sarees are known for their flowy and graceful drape.
  georgette fabric image See more georgette collection: https://www.monri.in/?post_type=product&s=georgette 2.Net Fabric: Net sarees are made from a sheer, open-mesh fabric that gives them a delicate and see-through appearance. The net fabric we crafted from                            various materials such as nylon, polyester, or silk. Our net sarees are very popular for weddings, parties, and other special events.   net fabric image See more Net collection : https://www.monri.in/?post_type=product&s=net 3. Jamdani Fabric: Jamdani sarees are also known as handwoven. We crafted using a traditional weaving technique where ornate patterns are woven directly                  into the fabric. We are typically use fine cotton or silk yarns, and the designs often feature floral motifs, geometric patterns. Our Handwoven Jamdani Sarees               craftsmanship are considered to be a symbol of cultural heritage.     jamdani fabric image See more jamdani collection: https://www.monri.in/?post_type=product&s=jamdani 4.Handloom Saree: For Handloom sarees we follow traditional weaving method that handlooms by our skilled artisans. We created using various materials like              silk, cotton, or a blend of both.  

handloom fabric image

See more handloom collection: https://www.monri.in/?post_type=product&s=handloom

Draping styles of sarees:

Let's jump into some saree draping style from MONRI   Red georgette saree    handloom saree black jamdani saree      Net saree image  
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