The Hindi word ‘Sari’ deriving from an amalgamation of the Sanskrit work ‘Sati’ - a strip of cloth, and the Prakrit work ‘Sattika’ of the same meaning. The opulent history of Indian famous six yards dating back to the primeval Indus Valley Civilization the thrived in the Western parts of the Indian subcontinent, in an approximately 2800-1800 BC. During this phase, ‘dhoti’, as single-piece cloth that was worn by both the men and women. It was merely long-ago the 14th century that the ‘saree’ developed out of the ‘dhoti’, as one-piece ensemble, intended and tinted, exclusively for women. It is the only long unstitched piece of cloth, typically 6 yards long that is draped in a set pattern. The saree has been decorating the curvy Indian woman with ease, style, and sensuality, since decades.
It is believed that apart from ‘dhoti’, men and women also wore ‘lungi’ (sarong) on a daily basis life. To wrap the upper part of their bodies, women wore breast bands. One more unstitched piece of fabric was used to drape the shoulder and head. There are statutes in which Gods and Goddesses are adorning the Odissi Fishtail style of draping a saree. It is basically a style of saree draping that is draped around around the legs and the pallu hangs at the centre lengthwise, has been dated back to 1-6 century.
Many old sculptures and statues shown numerous style of saree draping worn by men and women. The origin of the blouse and petticoat is still doubtful. As it was a ritual in India to use only one piece of of unstitched cloth to cover the body, it is also believed that the ancient women did not wear blouses and left the upper body part bare. Some others say that they did dress a breast band to cover their upper body part.
Thus, saree is the perfect apparel to enhance the beautiful curves of the Indian woman and make the silhouette look astounding, and has done so since times immemorial.
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