This is graceful Printed chiffon Saree are based on ancient regional Indian design are used on chiffon saris. Chiffon sarees with resham work done on them increases the beauty of a lady. Gold metallic embroidery increases the look of a chiffon saree. The printed Saree has its birth in both South and North India. The word ‘sari’ was taken from the Prakrit word ‘as written in the most primitive Jain and Cotton printed Sarees. The first known portrayal of the saree in Indian is the figurine of an Indus valley priest wearing printed Sarees.
In early Indian tradition and the Natya Shastra (an ancient Indian treatise describing ancient dance and costumes), the navel of the Supreme Being is considered to be the starting place of existence and creativity; hence the midriff is to be left printed Sarees uncovered by the saree.