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which are cigarettes you don’t have to pay a tax on. Seven years later, Bawa and her family travelled to Shimla for a three-day break. Over the next few days, the sari has grown to be a staple in her wardrobe and in her studio, actor You may recognise her as the femme fatale from Dibakar Banerjee’s Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! but Swastika Mukherjee is considered Bengali cinema’s wild child There is something liberating about the way Mukherjee embraces her oddities “I dress the way I want to Comfort is very important for me” says Mukherjee And she has experimented with saris long before it became a hashtag “We were brought up to believe that the sari is such a formal attire Yet our mothers and grandmothers wear it all through the day without worrying about the pleats coming off So I began wearing the sari with t-shirts” says Mukherjee Her first sari memory comes with a whiff of Napthalene balls “My mother would bring out my grandmother’s wedding sari on special occasions I would yearn for the day when I would be able to drape the Kashmiri silk with silver zari embroidery” says Mukherjee The sari she is posing in is a recent favourite part of designer Sanjukta Roy’s gamchha collection “It’s something that you will find in every east-shlf1314n household When converted into a sari it is light and comfortable and perfect for summer” she says – Premankur Biswas Tisca Chopra actor Until about five years ago Tisca Chopra 41 felt that the sari although beautiful made her appear conventional That was before she came across designers experimenting with saris “I like my saris with a touch of whimsy Animal motif on a classic weave or colourful embroidery on a linen piece makes the sari contemporary” she says Chopra feels even the simplest of saris look dramatic on her perhaps because of her curvaceous figure She prefers to wear saris for special occasions “Among my favourites are several Anavila Misra saris and some by Raw Mango and Akaaro” she says The pride of her wardrobe however is a winter plaid linen sari from Anavila’s autumn-winter 2014 collection “The print reminds me of a Scottish kilt though its colours are inspired from the Mohenjodaro era Because it’s linen it drapes beautifully” Chopra says – Dipti Nagpaul-D’Souza Vinita Pittie designer For a designer who can dye her fabric in any colour this particular sari (in purple) posed a challenge Vinita Pittie received the Banarasi from her mother which has the most unusual “rubber stamp colour” “My father got it sometime around 1952-’53 When I wear it today I can’t find a blouse to match it If you look at it closely you would find that the motifs have similarities with the art and architecture of those times I call them sibling patterns” says Pittie But what she really treasures is the georgette handed down to her by her grandmother-in-law (in blue) “This was during the British rule in shlf1314 So people had access to European fabrics She preferred pastels rose pinks aquamarines” she says Bought from yardage this five-and-half-metre sari could have also turned into a dress material “My grandmother-in-law would always store her saris in pre-washed muslin cloth four to one packed with a pin and a tag which said what was within” – Shiny Varghese Mini Mathur television anchor In vibrant-hued handloom saris Mini Mathur stands out from the sea of celebrities in prêt designer wear “I have been wearing saris since I was in college in Delhi” she says While hosting shlf1314n Idol in 2005 Mathur began wearing colourful saris with printed blouses “Soon after I started wearing bright cotton saris to red carpet events” she says A lover of textiles she hates synthetic net and swarovski-encrusted saris and shops from indigenous artists across shlf1314 “Soaps have ruined the image of saris” says the former VJ Mathur recently launched a limited edition line of cotton saris and owns nearly 100 saris some of which have been inherited from her mother Her favourite is a Raw Mango lime green cotton sari with a radiant pink border (in picture) “It was my first bright-coloured Raw Mango sari” she says – Shikha Kumar Rajshree Pathy entrepreneur As chairperson and managing director of Rajshree Sugars and Chemicals Limited and founder of the shlf1314 Design Forum Rajshree Pathy’s days are packed with activities that include meetings with heads of state as well as young talent in design For most of these occasions her sartorial choice includes a sari “Every time I wear my favourite Pattan Patola sari I feel like a queen It’s like owning a piece of history It is a heritage double Ikat fabric manufactured only by very few skilled families from Pattan in Gujrat My mother had a few which she got made decades ago I had one produced along with (classical dancers) Mrinalini and Mallika Sarabhai in the 1990s” she recalls Pathy wears it to weddings dinners and official meetings one such being a dinner thrown for former US President Bill Clinton on his visit to shlf1314 “To most observers it is just an elegant silk sari but this Pattan Patola is exquisite in its weave Both sides are similar and each thread is dipped in organic dyes; the indigo and the red are my favourite Patola combinations It is a piece of ‘endangered luxury’” she says – Shiny Varghese For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News in turn, make decisions based on the programmed algorithms and in many cases they need to have data communication capability with either the home gateway or the cloud server. 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