A sari is a garment worn by women in India and other Asian countries including Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh. It consists of a strip of cloth usually between four and nine metres long, which can be draped over the body in a number of different styles. In the past saris were commonly woven from silk or cotton - today they can also be made from a variety of artifical materials.
" you and I have not yet freed ourselves from the cycle of re-birth "
The immortal soul is re-born on Earth - Credit: Anantashakti
Juli is referring to the Hindu belief in reincarnation. According to Hinduism we have an immortal soul which reincarnates on earth over and over again until it attains perfection. This is stated in the Bhagavad Gita.
Purusha is described in the Rig-Veda as a primeval man from whose body all of the Hindu castes were created. The Brahmins came from his mouth, the Ksatriya from his arms, the Vaisyas from his thighs and the Sudras from his feet.