By  on October 12, 2017

Considering that it is a garment worn by an estimated near-100 million women in India alone and many more around South and Central Asia, the sari has gone relatively undocumented.

Realizing there was a knowledge gap and that increasing urbanization was eroding some of the sari’s daily wear in favor of western dress, Malika Kashyap decided to begin The Sari Series. The non-profit project comprises an anthology, documenting how to drape over 80 sari styles through short films, along with three videos exploring the garment’s past, present and future.

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