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Indian textiles were globally renowned for its quality.. As a rise and shine, today fashion becomes one of the integral parts of each and every young Indian’s life.

Indian textiles were globally renowned for its quality.. As a rise and shine, today fashion becomes one of the integral parts of each and every young Indian’s life.

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  • Indian Fashion History in 19th century
  • Indian fashion throughout epochs Around 13th century Indian silk used to be imported by the western countries. Indian textiles were globally renowned for its quality.. As a rise and shine, today fashion becomes one of the integral parts of each and every young Indian’s life. The country has two international Fashion Weeks and Vast shows occur at every edges of India. The word “fashion” in India now enfolds customary Indian textiles and techniques with contemporary trends and perspectives.
  • Apparels in 19th century View slide
  • WOMENS CULTUS Northern style: Banaras Western style: Paithani Eastern style: Ikat Southern style: Kanchivaram View slide
  • OUR TRADITION : SARI The sari is a long strip of unstitched cloth that women drape over the body in several unique ways. In the late 20th century, the most common way to carry the sari is to cover it around the waist and drape it over the shoulder. Women wear a fitted short-sleeved blouse called a "choli" or "ravika."In the late 19th and 20th century the sari became a emblem of the Indian nation. The sari developed as a costume of its own in both South and North India is widely regarded as an epitome of Indian culture.
  • Epic Age Brahmans Village Attire Indian Attire
  • Indian has worn the dhoti and styles similar to the dhoti for several centuries. Several dhoti styles appear in the Amravati sculptures made during the Satavahana dynasty of south India (2nd to 3rd century B.C.).A dhoti is from four to six feet long white or color fillet of cotton. This traditional dress up is mainly worn by men in hamlets. There are many regional variations. for example, In the southern part of India, men sometimes haul up the dhoti and pleat the top around the waist, the n the dhoti ends slightly under the knees.