The saree can be anywhere between four to nine metres in length. It is vastly popular and largely worn in India, Bangladesh, Sri- Lanka, Bhutan, Burma, Malaysia and even Pakistan. The saree is worn over a petticoat as it is usually a thin draping material and a blouse worn over the top body. The sarees gradually became synonymous with the culture and today it is an epitome of Indian culture.Racing against time, the culture of wearing sarees has not only survived the testing times but over a period of time they also came to be weaved in their respective countries. They have survived by evolving new styles of draping and has today a large following amongst the young enthusiasts. It is a part of these cultures that traditionally dictates the women to adorn a saree.