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Once called as the traditional outfit only for the unmarried girls of South India, Half Pavada Davani Saree is now high in market demand. There was a time when half saree was worn by only by the girls in the village areas or during the olden days. At one time half saree was almost invisible, now it can be seen in most of the South Indian movies. Half saree has got a grand come back on TV screens, fashion shows, etc.
Few years back half saree was a traditional wear in the states of south India. Its very simple, easy to wear, lighter, and more easy to move than the full saree. Half Saree is a long skirt that goes with a matching blowse and a long saree-wrap that is tucked at one end of the skirt. In North-India girls wear half saree on dandya festival and in the occasion of wedding, Kerela young girls wear colourfull half sarees on Onam festival, In Tamil Nadu during Pongal festival many young girls can be found coming out in a range of half sarees and Andhra girls in Ugadhi. But now this half saree has overcomed the old name and currently, various silk half sarees can be found in various designer showrooms and malls.
Half saree called by different names in different states of India. It is called lehenga or ghagra choli in North India, Pavada dhavani or just davani in Tamil Nadu, Langa voni in Andhra Prades, Mundum Neriyathum in Kerela. Call it as lehenga, ghagra-choli, langa-loni or pavadi dhavani, all comes in the same package which you can get it now from one place. Visit our website chose the one and order for it, then what else! You owns it after few clicks. Half sarees come in various designs and styles now. They come in embroidered, glass work, precious stones, fabricated.