A saree once can make one’s own

An Indian bride’s trousseau is incomplete without a Benarasi (or ten!). There’s an evocation, an invocation, and primal memory for every Indian’s femininity and is a feast to wear and a delight to an observer.

An answer to a search. The six-metre tale of a nation, a culture and a civilisation, the saree is sisterhood itself, sharing secrets, stories and sagas, wrapped within its folds, echoing across time.