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Most of us no matter where we live in this World but never fail to dress up in our traditional style. When it comes to be a festival. Especially when you have some auspicious temple visit or else a Pooja at home. During this time all the elders at home would expect the young ones also to appear in their traditional attire in order to respect our culture.
There are different types of sarees that would suit this occasion that includes:
Kancheepuram Silk Sarees: Most of the Indians Temple Wear would be mostly Silk Sarees. Most of the South Indian prefers Silk sarees because they are considered to be the most authentic and pious. For Instance, the Kanchipuram Silk Sarees are woven with the traditional touch that can never be seen in any other fabrics.
Banarasi Sarees: The sarees that are worn mostly in west Bengal during all important auspicious celebrations. The Bengal cotton sarees are specially worn by Bengalis during Durga Pooja.
Kasavu Sarees : Women in Kerala wear Kasavu sarees while celebrating Onam. These sarees are really famous for the elegance and the style.
Mekhla Chadar:The Assamese wear their traditional Mekhla Chadar during the carnival festival Bihu. This is the specially silk woven. Most often it is in red color. Assamese mostly prefer these saree for their marriages.
Apart from these there are other traditional sarees that would bring the authentic flavor of Indians. They are Pochampalli, Gadwal, Raw Silk. Tussar Silk, and the list are endless. Temple wear is always expected to be more auspicious and that is the reason Indian who lives abroad mostly choose these authentic collections when they have to celebrate their festivals and for the temple visit. As it is happens occasionally and every pious Indian would be waiting for the occasion to dress up and feel the traditional touch.