Resist dyeing, popuarly known as tied-and-dyed, has been practised across the North Indian belt for ages. Pioneered in the present day by the state of Rajasthan, they call it lahariyaa because the resist dyeing yields unusual patterns of lahar (Hindi for 'wave') on the choicest Indian fabrics. Featuring riotous colours, reminiscent of the numberless tints and shades of each colour the spices of this part of the world come in, you definitely cannot go wrong with this saree. Wear it on a casual evening out or on a shopping-to-catch-up-with-friends spree later in the day and team it with gorgeous danglers, keeping the rest of your accessories understated.
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