Indian saree is an unstitched long bit of material typically five to six yards once in a while as long as nine yards. Saree is folded over the body with one end tied around the midriff and the opposite end called "pallu" perfectly hung over the shoulder. Sarees can be hung in an assortment of styles, with each style having its own particular uniqueness. The fundamental contrast lies in the way in which the pallu is wrapped.
COLOR- Rama Green, WEFT- Dupion, WARP- Kora, WEAVE- Shuttle Weave..