Sari Nepali Saris
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- Shunu Shrestha, a native of Nepal and also the Duluth Trafficking Task Force coordinator, planned and prepared the meal. Shrestha wore a traditional sari as she introduced the menu: jeera rice, vegetable korma and mango sorbet. The event took place at ...
- It's a wrap!
- “When in doubt, wear a sari.” That's Aparna Sunku's mantra. Sunku, a designer and owner of Studio A, wore her first Kanjivaram sari for her school farewell and has been hooked to the six yards since.
- From exquisite handloom to intricate designs
- Those trying to make it to the Mela on the last day, a must-see is the distinctive handloom of Andhra Pradesh including kalamkari dress material, dupattas and saris. At Stall no. 571, craftsperson S.
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- Social Media Movements Encourage Indian Women to Wear Their Saree Proudly
- The history of the saree is traced back to the Indus Valley civilisation (2800–1800 BC) and currently is widely regarded as a symbol of Indian, Nepalese, Bangladesh, and Sri Lankan cultures.
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