London. The 'India Day', held for the first time at 'London Fashion Week', saw the flow of sarees worn in different parts of India. 17 different types of sarees selected for a catwalk organized by the Indian High Commission in London wooed the public. These saris included Kashmiri and Phulkari from North India, Kantha and Baluchari from West Bengal, Gharchola from Gujarat, Paithani from Maharashtra, Kanjeevaram from Tamil Nadu and Kasavu saris from Kerala.
Indian High Commissioner Ruchi Ghanshyam said in Britain, Cultural Heritage. Sarees were borrowed from many people to show. I also had a sari in it. Ruchi is very interested in sarees and she is seen only in sarees in all public events. He said that this ceremony was in the name of the amazing artisans and weavers who manufacture them. Each state has a different weave and science, art and creativity contribute to the making of a saree.
Union Textiles Minister Smriti Irani said in a video message, these thousands of textures bring you a rich variety of Indian textiles. Has come. Sari is not only a fabric but it is a matter of Indian pride with an important reflection of our heritage of textiles. UK Foreign Minister Lord Tariq Ahmed, Israel's Ambassador to the UK Mark Regev and Bangladeshi High Commissioner to Britain Saeeda Muna Tasneem attended the special ceremony. 'India Day' began on Friday at London Fashion Week and will conclude on Tuesday.