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Parsi Gara - Indian Embroidery with Chinese Origin and Persian Heritage

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'Parsi' embroidery is probably one of the finest and most beautiful style of embroideries finding a place in the Indian Panorama of arts. Anyone fond of embroidered work is sure to have come across this neat embroidery style with very tasteful motifs and color schemes, which though is a heritage of the Persian community in India, however, is loved across the country and beyond.  Traditionally, Parsi embroideries find their place in 'Parsi Gara', sarees as worn by immigrant Persian ladies having found a solace in the western parts of India in Gujarat, where Persians took up the Indian style of clothing...

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The ‘Nivi’ Drape – Your Daily Saree Drape Style

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Did you know that your daily saree draping style actually has a name and a history associated with it? Well, to be honest, I didn’t, not until I got into this affair with sarees. So to set the basics in place the 'Nivi' style of draping is the most popular style of draping not just in India but outside India too. This style of saree draping originates from Andhra Pradesh and unites ladies across India and world wearing saree. Chantal Boulanger-Maloney, a French cultural anthropologist and saree researcher wrote about more than 100 style of saree draping while Limca Book of...

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The Long and Short of Pallu

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One of the most critical features of a perfect saree drape is the pallu, which determines the look you would be carrying. Few tips to help you decide the ideal style are: Contrary to the popular belief of tucking the tummy pleats  first - the right trick to put the pallu in place first. This gives you the remaining portion of the saree which can be styled in the tummy pleats. If your saree has the key designing on pallu, then its imperative to go for a flaring pallu which should be extended quite low (in the balck saree) In...

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