The nivi drape starts with one end of the sari tucked into the waistband of the petticoat, usually a plain skirt.
The cloth is wrapped around the lower body once, then hand-gathered into even pleats just below the navel.
After one more turn around the waist, the loose end is draped over the shoulder.
The loose end is called the pallu or pallav or seragu or paita depending on the language. It is worn across the right hip to over the left shoulder, partly baring the midriff.
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