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A younger variant of the more complicated saree, the half saree is a popular drape worn by young girls before marriage in the Southern part of India. Also called the Langa Voni in Telugu, Langa Davani in Kannada and the Paavadai Daavani in Tamil, this traditional two-piece attire is a festival favourite and is worn by girls of all ages. The langa, paavadai or skirt is tied around the waist with a string and is worn with a short or long well-fitted blouse. Te voni or the dupatta is draped over the shoulder and around the waist to be tucked in front.

The lehenga style saree is inspired by the half saree and is rapidly gaining popularity amongst women of all ages. In North India, the ghagra choli or the lenga choli is a variant of the half saree and differs from the latter in style of draping the dupatta. There is a very interesting South Indian tradition associated with the half saree. A girl child is gifted a langa voni by her maternal grandparents from the first naamkaran ceremony, through her Annaprashan till the coming of age ceremony at puberty. The girl wears this during the first half of the ritual and is required to change into a saree gifted by the paternal grandparents during the second half of the ceremony. This marks the transition into womanhood. The langa voni gives the look of wearing a saree because of the similar draping and tucking pattern of the voni or dupatta. However, it does not require a lot of manual dexterity like pleating a saree and facilitates easier movement. The length of the voni is also shorter than the pallu of a saree. Traditionally, these were very simple and were occasionally made with fine silks for festivals and events. This, however, underwent a serious decrease in popularity due to the inconvenience in wearing it and children were dressed more in western attire. However, these have made a spectacular comeback. Today, half sarees are available in all kind of materials including silk, chiffon, crepe and more. Intricate zari work and colourful prints are hugely popular and stone embedded varieties are also available.

Although they can be worn in monochrome, they are usually worn in contrasting colours giving the attire a distinctly playful look. Many sarees use a dual tone shade which gives the look of a voni draped around the waist.

Monsoons are the perfect climate to wear half sarees in. Not only do these look spectacular in their simplicity, they are extremely efficient and versatile. They can be draped on girls of all ages making them the perfect attire for monsoon festivities. Browse through our collection of gorgeous half sarees on craftsvilla.com. We have an inimitable range of material and designs, and have one of the best online half saree collections. This trendy outfit is suitable for a number of events and will definitely add that ethnic element to your wardrobe. Half sarees are fully on! A younger variant of the more complicated saree, the half saree is a popular drape worn by young girls before marriage in the Southern part of India. Also called the Langa Voni in Telugu, Langa Davani in Kannada and the Paavadai Daavani in Tamil, this traditional two-piece attire is a festival favourite and is worn by girls of all ages. The langa, paavadai or skirt is tied around the waist with a string and is worn with a short or long well-fitted blouse. Te voni or the dupatta is draped over the shoulder and around the waist to be tucked in front.

The lehenga style saree is inspired by the half saree and is rapidly gaining popularity amongst women of all ages. In North India, the ghagra choli or the lenga choli is a variant of the half saree and differs from the latter in style of draping the dupatta. There is a very interesting South Indian tradition associated with the half saree. A girl child is gifted a langa voni by her maternal grandparents from the first naamkaran ceremony, through her Annaprashan till the coming of age ceremony at puberty. The girl wears this during the first half of the ritual and is required to change into a saree gifted by the paternal grandparents during the second half of the ceremony. This marks the transition into womanhood. The langa voni gives the look of wearing a saree because of the similar draping and tucking pattern of the voni or dupatta. However, it does not require a lot of manual dexterity like pleating a saree and facilitates easier movement. The length of the voni is also shorter than the pallu of a saree. Traditionally, these were very simple and were occasionally made with fine silks for festivals and events. This, however, underwent a serious decrease in popularity due to the inconvenience in wearing it and children were dressed more in western attire. However, these have made a spectacular comeback. Today, half sarees are available in all kind of materials including silk, chiffon, crepe and more. Intricate zari work and colourful prints are hugely popular and stone embedded varieties are also available.

Although they can be worn in monochrome, they are usually worn in contrasting colours giving the attire a distinctly playful look. Many sarees use a dual tone shade which gives the look of a voni draped around the waist.

Monsoons are the perfect climate to wear half sarees in. Not only do these look spectacular in their simplicity, they are extremely efficient and versatile. They can be draped on girls of all ages making them the perfect attire for monsoon festivities. Browse through our collection of gorgeous half sarees on craftsvilla.com. We have an inimitable range of material and designs, and have one of the best online half saree collections. This trendy outfit is suitable for a number of events and will definitely add that ethnic element to your wardrobe. Half sarees are fully on!