Saree is also pronounced and spelled as sari and this word derived from Sanskrit word ‘sati’, and meaning of this word is strip of cloth. The subcontinent civilization has a great importance of unstitched piece of clothe just as sari and dhoti, which is a religious trend. The theory behind this concept is that such type of fabric is pure and mostly religious people ware this sort of fabrics for religious ceremonies, in these religious ceremonies women wear sari. Sari is a lengthy unstitched fabric which is available in many colors and shades, but some sari has printed images, embroidered, block-printed and symbols.
Sari borders are very colorful and matching with blouse, the third part of sari is end piece and it is for dropping on shoulder. This part of sari is known as Pallu or Anchal. Sari is popular dress in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, normally sari made up of silk, cotton and other semi synthetic fabrics. Sari is also a choice as wedding dress, bright colors especially golden and red selected for brides. Matching sandals and jewelery enhance look of sari.