The Hindustani word sāṛī (साड़ी, ساڑی), described in Sanskrit शाटी śāṭī, which means 'strip of cloth’ and शाडी śāḍī or साडी sāḍī in Pali, and which evolved to sāṛī in modern Indian languages.
Saris are generally considered an unstitched garment. Mora has taken inspiration from the wide canvas of saris to collage textiles that otherwise cannot be woven on the same loom, and thereby can come together only by mindful intervention of stitching, giving form to Mora stitched saris.
All saris come with blouse fabric. Some saris are given 2 blouse fabrics so that two can share. Or sometimes, a summer and winter blouse is also given as an option. This decision is mostly intuitional.
Average width: 40 inches
Average length: 40 inches- 60 inches (to offer range to make blouse, to short Kurti)
May have border attachments with the fabric
Average length: about 46 inches
Average width: 5 metres 20 inches to 25 inches Reverse side has been finished for fall. No fall or beading required.