Sudha Srinivas, Kanakavalli’s July Vignette, is a homemaker whose quintessential South Indian childhood with her grandparents instilled in her a deep love for culture and tradition. In this conversation, Sudha reminisces about growing up learning about the festivals that still bring her joy, and about the cities she spent time in. Sudha finds comfort in the rituals of prayer and delights in the little things—cooking seasonally, decorating her prayer room, and filling her home with objects she has collected over the years. She loves to visit temples, learning about their histories and mythologies, while soaking in the peace of the spaces. For Sudha, the kanjivaram is an extension of her personality, and beauty lies in being a good person.
Browsing through the Kanakavalli repertoire Sudha curates a selection of elegant saris that speak to her sense of beauty and tradition. Read the entire conversation on the blog, and shop the curation right here.