Fabric The Soul of Pleasant Attire

           From the ancient time India is popular in creating the rich, unique and diverse creation of a fabric material which pleased the heart of the women in every generation as they are created from the prosperous fabric material India had a strong tradition apart in creating, dyeing, printing, and embroidering the cloth as it is obviously continuously running from past records. Today the variety of cloth varies from place to place, season to season, local tradition, social atmosphere and the basic availability of raw material. The exceptional ranges of textile have made India an incredible country in fashion market. Till today it not only maintains, but increases the richness in fabric.

There are many varieties of raw materials like silk, cotton, jute etc. which use to create fabrics. As we know the silk and cotton are the basic material which are used for making a attire but as we go on climate in Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and North India they are used create the cloths or fabric.

As it is a modern period of generation the technologies have changed the lifestyle of the people and a new machine have published in the market to create modern attire. The craftsman who made these cloths is using modern machinery, but as per the need the craftsman also they have to go with hand work embroidery. The Indian fabrics are unique for their outstanding workmanship, vibrant colors and durability. More precisely now else anybody can wear the range of color combinations like the Indians do.

The demand of Indian fabric is not only in India but also in out of India like abroad, USA, Dubai and many more. They carries unity in diversity as in every place you will find different fabric according to their culture and lifestyle.

Indian Clothing Past to Present

    In India clothing style varies from state to state and region to region. Over a decade ago Men’s and Women’s are wearing simple clothes (langotas and loincloths) to cover the body. There cloths are same for all not only for daily use, but for the festival too.

India has a great variety in terms of fabric, colors, threads, etc. Along with this the color codes or meaning in cloths are different bases of religion and ritual concerned, for instance; In Hindu, ladies white clothes indicate mourning, while in Parsis and Christian’s people prefer wearing white clothes on the wedding.

As years passed Indian clothing style changed. Men are stated wearing clothes like dhoti-kurta and women’s are wearing sarees with different style. These cloths are mostly made up of cotton. Because of dry and hot summer, cotton clothes are well adopted by Indians. Along with this, in other regions and state of India, people start wearing some different patterns of cloths like in Maharashtra- Saree (9 waree and 6 waree), in panjab- salwar kameez, in Rajasthan- ghagra  choli, in south India- pattu pavadi, and many more.

After, some decades as thinking of people grows up they started doing innovation in their clothing. They started doing work on cloth with different types of threads like, cotton, silk, nylon, resham, rayon, zari, etc. These works on material is known as embroidery work, zari work, resham work, etc.

For the Last 10 years, Indian clothing style seems changing drastically. More and more variety of designs, patterns, material, colors, and fabric are used for making clothes. Now days, India is known as one of the largest fashion market in the world. Because, here one can get large variety of designs, patterns and colors in clothes. Fashion designers in India have blended several elements of Indian traditional designs into conventional western wear to create a unique style of contemporary Indian fashion. Like salwar kamees become chudidar and anarkali suits, ghagra choli become lehenga saree and many more. Along with this, new style of clothes hit in the market like gown, which can wear on formal affairs, parties, function; Miniskirts; Jeans; trousers; Kurtis; etc.