The basic clothing of Indian cultural identity, the saree, has almost been forgotten, according to Arjoe’s Brand Ambassador and erstwhile Mrs. India 2017, Anmol Gill, who was speaking about the Saree Styling and Draping Workshop. Today’s young generation considers wearing a saree to be a major liability. In order to make wearing a saree simple in every manner, we are teaching students how to wear them with western clothing, including denim. Renuka Salwan, the workshop’s guest of honour, stated that the high-end apparel retailer Arjoe hopes that by hosting workshops like this one, the younger generation would once more embrace the splendour of Indian culture. It is significant that Miss Wheelchair India Soumya, who will represent India in the Mrs. Wheelchair World championship being hosted in Mexico, has entrusted Arjoe with the task of designing and creating all of her gowns. Starting at 11 am, a free session will be presented in Showroom 3 in Chandigarh. Hema Tuteja, Garima Khungar, Archana Rajal, Sheena, Rene Singh Vin Dosanjh, Alka Khanna, Archana Rohela, and others took part in the session.
This initiative is something really worth praising and heart touching. It’s a sort of initiative which would keep our tradition alive and apraised. The initiative is also helpful for the new age generation who consider saree as a hectic to wear outfit and now that this seminar had helped them to understand how to pair it with western outfits, it’s been even more appreciable.
Well the initiative has the hearts of many people and now that things have been modernised this will definately be something really different.
Tradition is something which is the essence and nation like India needs such culture which have diverse and renowned appreciation all over the world. Well saree is something which is the essence of the tradition of any state be it Kerela, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh etc. hence such diversities have always been appreciated by everyone.