Archives for October, 2015

By: Ananda K. Nunez This casual drape is essentially the result of a creative process coupled with luck. The bottom

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By: Ananda K. Nunez     This saree drape was inspired by the actress Mumtaz, it is essentially a tight

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By: Kseniia Larovchyk :    This style of wearing a saree is very much similar to the Nivi style, except for

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By: Dr. Supriya Himanshu This yellow neatly pleated saree has been draped in regular Nivi style with seedha pallu. But

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By: Dr. Supriya Himanshu The Nivi style of saree draping is possibly the most popular of them all and in

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By: Niladri Devi Dasi I love the Gujarati style, possibly more than Nivi and it is indispensable during pregnancy. I

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By: Niladri Devi Dasi The Naidu drape is rarely worn nowadays and can use a 6 yard sari, but a

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By: Niladri Devi Dasi   Here is a sari drape from Orissa called The Oriya. You can do this with

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  By: Niladri Devi Dasi Tamil Muslim women adopted the Gujarati pallu drape with their traditional pinkosu(pleats in the back).

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By:  Kseniia Larovchyk Gujarat has its traditional draping style of sarees. In Gujarati draping style pallu is draped in the front side.

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