The Indian saree, also spelled as sari, is a traditional garment worn by women in India. It is a long piece of fabric, usually around 5 to 9 meters in length, that is draped around the body in various styles, with one end pleated and tucked into the waist, while the other end is wrapped over the shoulder.
Sarees are worn on various occasions, ranging from everyday wear to weddings, festivals, and formal events. They are considered elegant and graceful attire and are an integral part of Indian culture and heritage. The versatility of sarees has made them popular not only in India but also among women in different parts of the world, who appreciate their beauty and cultural significance.