State with highest literacy in the land, must-see tourism destination, Kerala boasts the highest number of beaches, backwater areas, ayurvedic clinics and lush green locales making it the hottest place to visit for relaxed holidays and enjoyable sightseeing. With diverse events to witness from the breath-catching Snake Boat Race (Chundan Vallam) to the grand traditional celebrations of the Onam or Harvest Festival to the very modern Grand Kerala Shopping Festival, Kerala is indeed a tourist’s paradise. State that has given classical dancing forms like Mohiniyattam, Kathakali, martial arts like kalaripattu, temples that regularly have caparisoned elephants for processions, the famous Ayappan temple atop the hill, Kerala is a state known for its fine arts, culture, cinema and literary activities. The Mundum Neriyathum or two piece garment from traditional times is in fact thought to have influenced the modern saree.
The Kerala Cotton Saree adapted from Mundum Neriyathum, the traditional wear of Malayali women, has been modified suitably, to also appeal to the changing times. Mundu (the lower garment) and Neriyathu (the upper garment) together form the Mundum Neriyathum. The Mundum Neriyathum consists of the lower part of the body covered by the Mundu, and the Neriyathu, draping the upper torso, from right hip to left shoulder over the blouse, with the portion beyond the shoulder left hanging. Borrowing from this traditional costume, the Kerala Cotton Saree of white or cream with golden or broad Zari border, which gives it the name of Kasavu Saree, is worn specially for festivals. As with Mundum Neriyathum, the blouse matches the Kerala Cotton Saree for festive occasions with colours based on the age and marital status of the woman.
Modern day prints on the cotton fabric with coloured borders, popular designs of peacock and temple adorning the pallu, have made the Kerala Cotton Handloom Saree popular as daily wear. Kerala Cotton Saree woven from unbleached Kora cotton with golden Jari border and motifs of animals, birds, peacocks, flowers, fruits and leaves is highly popular. Adding style to the handloom saree are motifs of checks and stripe patterns on wooden block prints using vegetable dyes. Equally enticing is the Kerala Cotton Sari with block printed motifs and multi-thread embroidered border in half-half pattern with contrasting colours. These fresh-feel light, airy, transparent cottons with pleasing colours are available for a host of occasions from daily casual to office to festivals and functions to the more exclusive weddings and parties.
, largest Indian ethnic online shop offers exclusive, traditional, designer, fancy handloom silk and cotton Kerala sarees online with matching blouse for sale. Online shopping store with the widest range of Sarees and Salwar Kameez, you can buy Kerala Cotton saris with exquisite, embroidery sarees online from the exclusive handloom range of saris - a unique collection of saris and shalwar kamiz for traditional wear, weddings, bridal attire, party, social functions, trendy fashion, formal wear, corporate office, daily casual in silk,cotton, sico, art silk georgette, chiffon, dupion, tussar, organza, crepe, gicha, jute and other fabric varieties at attractive prices retail and wholesale.
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