Kozhikode based Henna brings poetry into her sari designs

The fashion world is witnessing a whole new revolution when it comes to designs. But then it is also true that saris can never go out of fashion and will always be a showstopper on special occasions. The different cultures and ethnicity were reflected in the saris. These include Banaras sarees from Uttar Pradesh, Kanchipuram silk sarees from Tamil Nadu and Kerala's own Kasav sarees.

Now, Kozhikode based Henna brings something new to saris. Considering so many different colour sari prints are now available in the market, what more variety can one aspire for was the big question? The answer lies in the bookshelves. Poems. Instead of fancy designs, poetry was printed on these saris.


She decided to print her favourite poems of Madhavikutty. And then just like that, her poetry saris became a huge hit. As to why she picked Madhavikutty, she says not only is the poet her favourite but feels she understands women perfectly as well as reflects that in her writings.

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