Where is that saree and jacket you used to wear in the cold weather.
She untied the corner of her saree and took out the three stones.
Balna took her saree and went down to the river to wash it, and as she washed it she wept bitterly.
I'll send your saree back again, or better still, your missus will buy you a new one!
She pulled out a saree and some jewels, and began to dress him as a woman.
She thanked him and tied the stones in the corner of the saree, and then she ran on home again.
I hear Parbuttee Bai has a saree more costly than any of mine.
A huge cobra was tightly coiled round his right arm, while on the left hung the saree and the jewels.
His mother took an unguarded step forward and asked: “Are not my jewels enough that you want the saree off my back?”
With tender hands she arranged the saree, draping it well over his head to conceal his face.
also saree, long, wrapping garment of silk or cotton worn by Hindu women, 1785, from Hindi sari, from Prakrit sadi, from Sanskrit sati "garment, petticoat."