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Most Popular Indian Sarees
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Most Popular Indian Sarees

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  • Great presentation Chanderi saris from MP are famous for their intricate work. View some stunning examples ar .http://giftpiper.com/Saris-catid-36679-page-1.html
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  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
  • Trustworthy – telling the truth about what you’ve done – being honest about what you’ve learnedResponsibility – should know about the project you’ve taken part of – should show you’ve done your own workRespect – Showing courtesy to those that helped you, showing gratefulness for the opportunity provided, Fairness – Doing your own work, participating according to the guidelinesCaring – not only about yourself but about the projects you have completedCitizenship – participating beyond the club – what did you do for your community to help it the way they help you
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    • 1. Most Popular Indian Sarees
    • 2. KANCHIPURAM SILK SAREE - KERALA  Lets begin with the most famous bridal saree of South India. Kanchipuram saree (also known as a Kanjivaram sari) is a type of sari traditionally made by weavers from Kanchipuram located in Tamil Nadu, India.  This saree is known for its vibrant colours and excellent temple pattern borders.  A single Kanchipuram sari can cost anywhere between 2500 (US$40) to 100000 (US$1,600) or more depending upon the intricacy of work, colors, pattern, material used like zari, gold thread etc
    • 3. PAITHANI SAREE - MAHARASHTRA  Paithani is the famous saree of Maharashtra. It is said that in the time of the great Maratha kings, real gold thread was used to embroider these sarees.  A single Paithani sari can cost anywhere between 4000 (US$60) to 100000 (US$1,600) or more depending upon Size, Distance between motifs, quality, Intricacy and Design of Border and Pallu etc.  Paithani is characterised by borders of an oblique square design, and a pallu with a peacock design. Plain as well as spotted designs are available.
    • 4. BANARASI SILK SAREE - UTTAR PRADESH  Banarasi saris are saris made in Varanasi. The finest sarees in India and this saree is known for its gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery .  Banarasi silk sarees are famous because of their colours and texture. These sarees often have heavy golden embroidery and are popular bridal sarees in North India.  A single Banarasi saree can cost anywhere between 2500 (US$40) to 100000 (US$1,600) or more depending upon the intricacy of work, material used like zari, gold thread etc
    • 5. PATTU SAREE - KERALA  Pattu or Pattoo can refer to: Traditional name of silk in South India  They say that nature has so many colours in the paradise called Kerala, that you don't need any bright colours on your clothes. Pattu sarees are white and have gold borders.  A single Pattu saree can cost anywhere between 2500 (US$40) to 50000 (US$800) or more depending upon the intricacy of work, colors, pattern, material used etc.
    • 6. CHANDERI SAREE - MADHYA PRADESH  Chanderi sari is a traditional sari made in Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh, India.  This saree is known for its vibrant colours, light-weight quality and intricate designs.  A single Chanderi sari can cost anywhere between 1000 (US$18) to 20000 (US$350) or more depending upon the intricacy of work, colors, pattern, material used etc
    • 7. BANDHANI SAREE – GUJARAT  Bandhani saree (also known as a Bandhej or Tie Dye or Bandhni or Bandana Sarees, etc. as per the regional pronunciation).  Bandhani-tie and dye is the most important traditional handiwork of Kutchi people. Bandhanis are very closely associated with deep rooted social customs. It is treated as a symbol of married life.  A single Banarasi saree can cost anywhere between 600 (US$10) to 30000 (US$500) or more depending upon the work, material used etc.
    • 8. KOTA SAREE – RAJASTHAN  Kota doria or Kota Sari is one of many types of sari garments made at Kota, Rajasthan. The chequered weave of a Kota sari is very popular. They are very fine weaves and weigh very less.  Kota Sarees are usually made of cotton. They hail from the city of Kota in Rajasthan. They can be simple enough to be worn at home and they can also be exclusive as bridal sarees.  A single Kota saree can cost anywhere between 2500 (US$40) to 60000 (US$1000) or more depending upon the intricacy of work, colors, pattern, material used etc.
    • 9. PATOLA SAREE – SURAT, GUJARAT  Patola saris are made in Patan, Gujarat, India They are very popular for their silk saris. These expensive saris were once worn by royalty and aristocracy. Velvet patola styles are also made in Surat.  Patola saris from Patan are renowned for their colorful diversity and geometrical style.  A single Patola saree can cost anywhere between 1200 (US$20) to 60000 (US$1000) or more depending upon the intricacy of work, colors, pattern, material used etc.
    • 10. POCHAMPALLY SAREE – ANDHRA PRADESH  Sambalpuri sarees are known for their incorporation of traditional motifs like shankha (shell), chakra (wheel), phula (flower), all of which have deep symbolism, but the highpoint of these sarees is the traditional craftsmanship of the 'Bandhakala',  There both silk and cotton sarees that are made in the Sambalpuri style. This style of embroidery comes from a small place called Sambalpur in Orissa.  A single Sambalpuri saree can cost anywhere between 2500 (US$40) to 60000 (US$1000) or more depending upon the intricacy of work, colors, pattern, material used etc.
    • 11. POCHAMPALLY SAREE – ANDHRA PRADESH  Pochampally Saree or Pochampalli Ikat is a saree made in Boodhan Pochampally, AP, India. They are popular for their traditional geometric patterns in Ikat style of dyeing.  When it comes the cotton sarees, you will find few others as vivid as Pochampally sarees. They have earthy colours and metrical block prints.  A single Pochampally saree can cost anywhere between 2500 (US$40) to 100000 (US$1,600) or more depending upon the intricacy of work, colors, pattern, material used etc.
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