There are several aspects of Indian culture and tradition that we adore. Everything is fascinating and deeply treasured: the endless varieties of food enjoyed by every community, the festivals celebrated regardless of one's mother tongue, the age-old traditions and practises that are still regarded as just as important as they once were!

Even our weddings are a 'celebration' in the most literal sense.

People from all over the world visit our country to experience its diverse and vibrant nature, and they are never disappointed. What's not to love about this?

We cherish and preserve our heirloom pieces that have been passed down through generations, just as we cherish and preserve our ancestral practises.

For us, they are the true 'wealth,' and they should not be taken lightly. From jewellery to clothing, household items to priceless kitchenware, everything has a place in our homes.

The saree, on the other hand, is considered a 'essential' by every Indian woman, regardless of age or ethnicity.

The saree is a timeless treat in our country and is considered a staple! Any woman will tell you how true this is, and she may even have a storey to tell about one of her closet drapes!

This simple piece of clothing has established itself as a masterpiece, and that status will never change - it will only improve.

Sarees have the ability to age like fine wine! They're not only popular for everyday wear or office dress codes, but they're also popular for special occasions like weddings. We're not surprised - the humble saree can do it all and do it well!

Even non-Indians have succumbed to its allure. It's sensual but elegant, free-flowing but daring. Doesn't that sound like a superpower?

Sarees have undergone numerous transformations over the years and are thought to be one of the oldest surviving clothing items.

They've taken over the runways, but they've stayed true to their roots in every way, no matter how many makeovers they've had! In general, sarees are divided into two categories: modern and classic.

This one is for you if you're new to the Saree scene. We'll see how sarees can be draped for the festivities after we take a closer look at what each of these categories has to offer - so stick with us until the end.

Modern Sarees - The New-Age Must-Haves!


We're sure you've seen Priyanka Chopra rocking the dance floor in the Desi Girl music video! (If you haven't already, now is the time!) Her bikini blouse and shimmering drape still send shivers down our spines - not because it was so enticing,

but because it's exactly how we've imagined our dream outfit to be! This is what an Indo western saree look is all about;

it combines a global trend with a traditional number, resulting in an outfit that is both timeless and modern.

While many of these are also inspired by Hollywood films and their influence on Bollywood, many have had global runway hits pose as the muse.

Janhvi Kapoor draping style in a saree 


Not only the pallu, but also the blouse, is transformed into a diva-esque drape. Dhoti Sarees, Pant Sarees, Gown Sarees, Lehenga Sarees, and other similar styles are popular among today's women, as are crop top blouses, off-the-shoulder blouses, shirts worn with sarees, and so on.

Because saree draping can be time-consuming for some, there are now pre-stitched sarees available that you can simply slip into without a care in the world!

Classic Sarees - Timeless Beauty!


It is a well-known and widely held belief that "classics" are always a good idea!

They're never out of date, and they're always as enthralling as the first time you saw them. That's why when we say classic sarees are THE bomb, we really mean it.

The allure of something that has withstood the test of time and still stands tall will never be matched. One of them is the saree.

Traditional Sarees


It has been a dress code for women in India for decades. It began as a long stretch of fabric draped over one's shoulder and has evolved into whatever you want it to be! You've probably seen that one Banarasi saree safely stacked in your mother's closet, or a perfectly handwoven and simple saree that your grandmother talks about fondly and wears on every occasion!

These are the epitome of 'classics,' and there's nothing like the feeling that comes with wearing them. There isn't a single Classic Saree that isn't worth the hype, from the stunning Parsi Gara to the intricately embroidered perfection!

Here are 5 different ways to drape a saree for the occasion. We recommend that you take notes!

1) Mumtaz Drape in Glamour

Mumtaz's iconic orange saree in the retro hit 'Tere Mere Pyaar Ke Charche' remains one of the most admired Indo western saree draping styles even today! It was created by the late costume designer Bhanu Athaiya, the first Indian woman to win an Academy Award. Do you need more reasons, or are you already convinced? (Let's hope it's the latter!)

 

This unique saree style is ideal for cocktail parties, pre-wedding celebrations, and festive occasions. If you have a soft spot for Bollywood, you must try this drape.

Step 1: Tuck the inner edge of your saree slightly to the right of your navel. Tuck the rest of the saree into your petticoat, but this time on the left side.
Step 2: Check that the pallu is long enough by measuring it with your arm first. Then, from the left side, pull the saree behind your back and bring it to the front from the right.
Step 3: Now, fling the pallu over your shoulder to make more room for draping.
Step 4: Once this is completed, begin pleating the rest of the saree into 5 to 6 inch pleats. Do this as precisely as possible!
Step 5: Tuck the entire bunch of pleats into your petticoat in one swift movement, and don't forget to secure it firmly with a pin or a strong waistband.
Step 6: Now, wrap your pallu from left to right once more, eventually wrapping it around your left shoulder!
If you want to master this look, there are a tonne of YouTube videos you can watch - so don't worry if you don't get it right away.

2) The Traditional Nivi Drape


If you're a true saree lover, you'll know that the Nivi drape is the most famous way of draping a saree. Despite the fact that it originated in the culturally rich state of Andhra Pradesh, it is considered universal. What may pique your interest even more is that it is one of the simplest to execute! We'll show you how in this article.

Classic Nivi saree draping styles

Step 1: Put on a petticoat. Then, tuck the saree into the waistband from left to right, making sure it falls perfectly around your feet. You don't want to tuck too much or too little fabric away; just the right amount.
Step 2: Completely wrap it around your lower body.
Step 3: Make even pleats out of the pallu's short length, gather it, and fling it over your left shoulder. Use a safety pin or a saree pin to secure the pallu on the shoulder. You can just let it fall over your arm if you don't want to fasten it at the shoulder.
Step 4: Gather the rest of the saree and form even pleats once more. Expect 7 to 8 pleats, but this is highly dependent on the length of the fabric. Use a couple of safety pins to secure these pleats.

3) The opulent Gol Saree


The Parsi culture is well-known for its delectable cuisine, friendly people, and traditional attire! We've already mentioned how much we adore Parsi Gara for everything it is, and now we're looking into a new way to wear a saree. The saree is also an heirloom piece that has been passed down through the family over the years, and it is worn on special and festive occasions.

Draping Styles for Gol Sarees


Step 1: Wrap the saree's inner end around your waist, over the petticoat.
Step 2: Tuck it into the waistband of your petticoat on the right side of your navel.
Step 3: Working anticlockwise, wrap the fabric's outer edge around your waist. Then, with your right hand, hold it firmly.
Step 4: From the back, throw the inner edge over your right shoulder. Below the knee, this should form a V. Continue to pleat the remaining saree.
Step 5: Tuck the saree into the centre of your waist, leaving some of the left side untucked. With a brooch pinned on the right shoulder, secure the outer end.


4) The Popular Bengali Drape
This is one of the most distinct and elegant draping styles ever! It also exudes power and confidence, two qualities that every woman possesses. This style of draping a saree is known as Athpourey and has been seen in films such as Devdas, Parineeta, and others. Bengali women are said to have tied a bunch of keys at the edge of their pallu to portray themselves as the dominant figures of the household. If you want to drape a bengali saree, follow these steps.

Bengali Saree Drape Style


Step 1: Tuck the saree in slightly above your navel. Then, wrap it around your waist in a complete circle, tucking it in tightly. Return to the starting point from the right.

Step 2: Now, simply bring the remaining saree fabric to your left side, but this time, you don't have to go full circle. Simply make one fold and tuck the saree to the left of your lower back.

Step 3: Using both hands, hold the box pleats in place, and then stiffen the front of your saree to ensure it is flat.

Step 4: Take the remaining saree to your right side. Cross the folds on your front and bring the fabric to your back through the right, tucking it in near your waist.

5) The Eye-Catching Nauvari Saree


While we're on the subject of tradition, we can't leave out the saree that recently made headlines thanks to a certain actress duo!

The stunning, vibrant sarees worn by Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone in Padmavati have captured our hearts. This saree is a favourite of Maharashtrians, especially for special occasions, and here's how you can try it for yourself.

Nauvari Saree Draping Style


Step 1: Begin by making pleats on the pallu and pinning them for 1.2m.
Step 2: With the saree's inner section wrapped around your waist at the back, bring the other end forward to the right side and tie a firm knot.
Step 4: Drape the Pallu from left to right and bring it back to the front. Place and pin it roughly at the left shoulder.
Step 5: Once the front drape border has been adjusted, wrap around and tuck on the left side. This will create a front loop for the skirt pleats.
Step 6: Fold the border so that it is on the right side, and pleat it here. Then secure and tuck it into the back waistband. All that remains is to adjust the front pleats so that the outer border is a cowl around the mid-waist section.

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Experiment as much as you want with this timeless masterpiece; there are no wrong or right answers. Just make sure your drapes are firm and polished, and you're ready to party!