Wikipedia defines sari as a strip of unstitched cloth, worn by females, ranging from four to nine metres in length that is draped over the body in various styles. But for me sari always signifies Nepal and femineity.

There were times when I needed two people to help me wear a sari but now I can proudly say that I know how to wear a sari without any help. (I may need to try a few times to get it right 🙂 )

Over the years I have been lucky to have occasions to wear my different saris. Here are some of the photos I want to share with you.



9 responses to “Sari

  1. great to see all these pictures of you in a saree, I just love love love my sarees as well ❤

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  3. Looking so nice and beauty.
    I m back in Germany since some hours. And what to say? I m so sad, missing so much Nepal and my better half.
    I had so agreat time, we were in Khotang District, it was a hardly way, but a greau expiriences for me. I mean, in the village witch born my lovely I saw the right Nepal. Next days and weeks I will write a lot of posts about that.
    We saw a wedding there…………Wau it was so great.
    I saw so many things this time.
    Namaste Basundhara
    Tapai lai kasto chha? Thick chha?

  4. Wow so many hues, so many saris! Fantastic! I’ve loved them, I just never have an occasion to drape one. you look fab M!

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