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“I see the draping of the sari as a traditional art, and it’s always fascinating to think that when we do this, the sari unites us with the ancient past of our culture,” says Mira T. Sundara Rajan, one of the world’s foremost legal experts specialising in the moral rights of the author, as well as a professor, a writer and a trained classical pianist.
On a recent visit to India, Mira – who is the great-granddaughter of the legendary poet and Indian nationalist Subramania Bharati – took time out of her busy travel schedule to curate a range of her favourite kanjivarams for April’s Vignette. In conversation with the Kanakavalli Journal, she joins the dots between the many roles she inhabits, tracing her love for the arts, opening up about the special bond she shares with her mother and recalling the first time she wore a sari. Browse her curation here, and read the entire conversation online here.
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