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The winning moment - L & T HMR Brand Ambassadors Contest Finale

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RIP Joy Mukherjee.

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"After making a mad dash to an array of shops in search of a bridal ready-made blouse for my cousin's reception (with only a few hours to go for the event), I made a desperate call to a family friend, who suggested that I take the bride to a shop called 'Anagha.' Being an NRI and generally out of touch with the Hyderabad shopping scene, little did I know that this boutique would have everything that I'd ever hoped for.


My attention soon left the blouseless bride to be, as the sensory overload of colour and rich heritage of textile began to dance in front of me. Pink or blue, striped or polka doted, warli men and women strutting about borders, or block printed floral motifs--How is a woman to decide? I finally came across this stunning jute tussar and held it against me --It was perfect and as if it was designed especially for me. Its vibrant colours were reminiscent of an old Oriya that my Amma has: hot orange with a black and white temple border with a funky geometric kaleidoscope of pattern on the pallu--a delicate balance between yesteryear and the contemporary.

Oh right, as for the bride-- she did find the perfect blouse and I found my 'little shop of chic.' "

Keya Naomi Balasundaram
Washington DC
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"After making a mad dash to an array of shops in search of a bridal ready-made blouse for my cousin's reception (with only a few hours to go for the event), I made a desperate call to a family friend, who suggested that I take the bride to a shop called 'Anagha.' Being an NRI and generally out of touch with the Hyderabad shopping scene, little did I know that this boutique would have everything that I'd ever hoped for.


My attention soon left the blouseless bride to be, as the sensory overload of colour and rich heritage of textile began to dance in front of me. Pink or blue, striped or polka doted, warli men and women strutting about borders, or block printed floral motifs--How is a woman to decide? I finally came across this stunning jute tussar and held it against me --It was perfect and as if it was designed especially for me. Its vibrant colours were reminiscent of an old Oriya that my Amma has: hot orange with a black and white temple border with a funky geometric kaleidoscope of pattern on the pallu--a delicate balance between yesteryear and the contemporary.

Oh right, as for the bride-- she did find the perfect blouse and I found my 'little shop of chic.' "

Keya Naomi Balasundaram
Washington DC
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