WONDER #2808: What Is a Sari?

Question 1 of 3

According to this Wonder, experts believe the word “sari” came from the Sanskrit word for . . .

  1. decorative body wrap
  2. strip of cloth
  3. rectangular cut of fabric
  4. wedding dress

Question 2 of 3

Which of the following is NOT true about the wearing of saris?

  1. People have been wearing them for over 5,000 years
  2. Special saris are often worn at important cultural events, like weddings
  3. Saris are ONLY made of cotton and silk
  4. Saris are often passed down for many generations

Question 3 of 3

This Wonder is mainly about . . .

  1. how to design and make your own traditional clothing
  2. the cultural heritage of the Indus Valley Civilization
  3. a comparative review of many types of traditional clothing including kimonos, kilts, and saris
  4. the cultural importance and history of a traditional type of dress called a sari

Check your answers online at https://www.wonderopolis.org/wonder/What-Is-a-Sari.