One will find different types of Indian dresses available in the market. These Indian outfits are available in different styles and designs. It is a known fact that India is a multicultural country having 28 states and 8 union territories. Each state and UT of Indian displays its own culture, tradition and heritage in different ways. Some of the ways they opt to represent their culture is through food, festivals. language and celebrations, etc.
Another way by which people of this country depict and display their enriching culture and history is through the dresses they wear. Whichever Indian state you visit, you will find it having a special outfit that its people prefer to wear. It is through the outfit they narrate the tradition of that particular state.
How to Drape Nauvari saree in Bajiroa Mastani Style:-
Nauvari saree is associated with the state of Maharashtra and this saree represents the culture and tradition of Maharashtra. Although you may have some or a little bit of idea about designer sarees, it is these traditional sarees that tend to come with an interesting tale of a particular place and thus they become more unique and special.
About Nauvari Saree:
A saree is called 6 yards of pure grace because of its length which is 6 metres long. However, the traditional Nauvari saree of Maharashtra is 9 yards or 8 metres long. Marathi women generally prefer to wear this saree on special occasions and festivals, such as weddings. Nauvari saree can be draped in so many different ways. Women prefer to drape this amazing saree depending on its fabric.
Also a saree is draped in a variety of ways in different states of India.
Because of its draping style, the saree is more unique and aesthetic. Instead of opting for some other Indian outfits or Indo Western dresses, this time do try out a Nauvari or maharashtrian saree for festivals. weddings and such occasions to get an elegant and sophisticated traditional look.
Scroll Down the Infographic to find out the Complete step by step guide to drape a Nauvari saree in the pinga dance of Bajirao Mastani style.