The traditional Indian attire has earned admirers from people from all over to organization. The craftsmanship with which artisans create traditional dresses is really incredible.
As every state in India is geographically different from the other, this has given rise to varied kinds of dresses and styles.
The “Lehenga” is dress that had its origins during mughal time. Which is probably why it has survived to this day. In “Gujarat” and “Rajhistan” the variant of the lehenga is “Ghagra-Choli” with an “odhni” or dupatta.
Talking of kashmiri dresses, the ‘pheran’ is what comes to mind instantly. It is a loose woolen gown which is worn by both men and woman to beat the freezing temperature of the region. It has minute embroidery around the neck and the edge.
The saree is one Indian dress that enjoys world wide popularity. The beautiful weaves and design’s on saree makes one wonder about the creativity of these Weavers.
There are several varieties, the famous ones are “Chandari” and “Maheswari” and also “Banarsi” from Madhya Pradesh, paithan in Auranghabad district of Maharashtra.