If Mukta Jain placed her bets on Kanjeevaram, Vidhi did the same for Kotah saris. Vidhi swears by the Kotah, saying that it is the most versatile of hand-woven fabrics and can be worn for simply any occasion. She has actually designed furnishings with this material - an ample testimony to its versatility. But for Bridal Asia she stuck to safari's for the bridegroom and lehngas and saris for the bride.
Almost everyone would agree with Vidhi's estimate of the sari. "It's the most graceful, dignified outfit and an integral part of the Indian heritage. It suits everyone beautifully, taking on the shape of the wearer." To be fair to the sari it is the only outfit that can disguise as well as enhance your body. Much depends on the colours you choose as well.
Please treat these maps as indicative; The maps above will definitely get you close to your destination - but please don't hesitate asking around. After all, the best part of India is that everybody is always more than willing to help when giving out directions.