The school for saris | The Australian

  • Date:May, 2014

In one corner, a lithe American woman struggles to tie a knot, her brow knitted in a determined frown. In another, a girl in a black cotton sari with a prominent tattoo on her arm helps a fellow student drape a length of fabric over her shoulder.

Elsewhere, two women admire their handiwork in a mirror. They have suc- ceeded in manipulating a long piece of fabric into a single wearable garment. They have mastered the art of the sari.

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