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SARISSearch and Rescue Information System
SARISScattering And Recoiling Imaging Spectrometry
SARISSexual Assault Referral and Information Service (University of Washington)
SARISSavannah River Simulator
SARISSouthern Appalachian Regional Information System (Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere Program)
SARISSpatial/Spectral Airborne Radiometric Imaging Spectrometer (Spectral imaging system used at Eglin AFB)
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I think, if you tell me that you do not know how to wear a sari, I would say shame on you.
At the Sara Sari Corner, Abdul Rahman and his young helper are showing white saris with zari work to customers.
Simple loin cloth worn by the women of the Indus Valley civilisation is believed was the early precursor of the many-splendored sari of India.
At some places women complained that saris measured only six yards instead of nine yards.
Three years later, the luxury brand opened a boutique in Mumbai and also came out with a limited edition of printed saris (figure 6).
Some of the fabrics used for saris are intricately embellished, or soft and simple.
Showstopper Aditi Rao Hydari, commanded the runway in a pink and gold embroidered sari worn over leggings and a bandhgala blouse.
Beyond serving as a site for customers to rent and lend saris, Love That Sari alsoprovides new content on expressing personal style through saris, keeping up with current trends, and accessorizing saris for different events.
Michele Andreasen, president of AWG, who was wearing a sari for the first time, said she loved the experience.
At a working width of 132", this results in two matching saris being produced next to each other.
Rajkot (Gujarat), July 22 (ANI):The traditional Patola silk sari business has been hit by the rising prices of silk in Gujarat.