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Sarees is a unique form of dress from India which is very unique and comes in variety of color, material, designs and styles. Buy online sarees from Craftsvilla.com which has more than 10,000+ saree designs ranging from stylish Chiffon sarees to in vogue Bollywood sarees (Katrina Kaif Sarees, Madhuri Dixit Sarees, Kareena Kapoor Sarees) to more traditional Kanchivaram sarees to more comfortable cotton sarees to very elegant and royal silk sarees. The style ranges from Party wear sarees, Wedding sarees, to Officewear and formal sarees. If you do sarees online shopping, Craftsvilla.com delivers these sarees to anywhere in the world including shipping to USA, UK, Canada, Australia and More.

Origins of Sari in History:

The word sari itself is a corrupted version of Sanskrit word ‘sati’ which means ‘strip of cloth’. Silappadhikaram and the Kadambari an ancient Tamil poetry , describes women in exquisite drapery or sari. While the Natya Shastra- an ancient Indian treatise describing ancient dance and costumes, states that the navel of the Supreme Being is considered to be the source of life and creativity, hence the midriff is to be left bare by the sari.

Sari or sari like long dress is also mentioned in the world longest epic Mahabharata. The legend has it that when the Pandavas lost their wife Draupadi to the enemy clan in a gambling duel, the victors caught one end of her sari and continued to pull and unravel, but could reach no end.