Saree is a traditional garment worn by women in South Asia, particularly in India. It is a long piece of fabric, usually between 5 to 9 yards in length, that is draped around the body and worn with a blouse and petticoat.
Sarees come in a variety of materials, colours, and designs, and are worn for both casual and formal occasions. They are often made of lightweight fabrics such as cotton or silk, but can also be made of heavier fabrics like chiffon, georgette, or velvet.
The way a saree is draped can vary by region, and there are numerous styles of draping the saree.
Saree is a symbol of grace, elegance, and femininity, and are an integral part of many traditional festivals and ceremonies.