Sari Sri Lankan Saris
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- It's a wrap!
- The sari is not exclusive to India; it is worn in Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka too. Of course the manner ...
- A Bold and Timely Gesture to Forge Unity
- A major theme or point emphasized, (it being honey in my liberal ear), was that we are all Sri Lankans first and foremost and then we could acknowledge being Sinhala, Tamil, Muslim, Moor, Burgher. The President gave ...
- Wear saris beyond special occasions, urges Vidya
- "Vaya, Bailou and Gaurang are fashion labels at the forefront of a unique movement that endorses a fashion aesthetic that inspires the young modern Indian woman to don the sari, beyond those special occasions," Vidya said.
- Social Media Movements Encourage Indian Women to Wear Their Saree Proudly
- The history of the saree is traced back to the Indus Valley civilisation (2800–1800 BC) and currently is widely regarded as a symbol of Indian, Nepalese, Bangladesh, and Sri Lankan cultures.