This type of Maharashtrian sari requires no introduction. The traditional Marathi sari style was earlier donned by men and women and has nine yards of grace. They are also known as Lugade or Kaashtha. Usually worn at functions and weddings, their draping pattern always stands out and they are available on satin, cotton, and silk fabrics coming in bright colour shades which look clean, neat, comfortable, and breathable. Earlier, the tribal women used to wear them high up to their knees, whereas the coastal fisherwoman draped them like a Kacham for easy movement in the water.

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