The saree is one of the world’s oldest and traditional garment worn by most Indian women. Mostly women begin wearing a sari regularly when they are 16 to 18 years old. A saree is a Asian womens garments that consists of a drape varying from estimated five to nine yards in length and two to four feet in breadth that is typically wrapped around the waist, with one end draped over the shoulder, baring the midriff. The Indian Sari is more than 5000 years old. It was first mentioned in Rig Veda, the oldest surviving literature of the world, written somewhere around 3000 BC. The Sari, originally intended both for men and women, is probably the longest incessantly worn dress in the history of mankind. Sarees may very well symbolize the ethnicity and the rich culture of India, but alongside, they are even endowed with the responsibility of bringing to the fore the true religion and passion of a woman. The most popular known about the fabrics of sarees, there are net sarees, georgette sarees, cotton sarees, cotton-blend saris, crepe saris, art silk, jute sarees, silk sarees etc.