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Nita Ambani stuns in rose hued Banarasi sari

01/5Nita Ambani stuns in rose hued Banarasi brocade sari at first anniversary of NMACC

NMACC (Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre), completed one year of its opening on March 31, 2024. To celebrate the first-of-its-kind multidisciplinary art and culture destination’s inspiring journey filled with landmark moments, the Cultural Centre conceived an exclusive anniversary programme featuring specially curated live performances and a unique visual art exhibit. And the founder and chairperson, Nita Ambani was joined by an array of popular folk artists of the show, “The Folk Journey of India” at The Grand Theatre for the Day 1 of the one year celebration at the NMACC. And no prizes for guessing that Mrs. Ambani looked breathtaking at the occasion in a beautiful Indian drape.

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02/5​The sari

Mrs. Ambani graced the occasion in a Banarasi brocade sari embellished with a delicate Rose hue, and intricately woven using Zari and Mulberry Silk woven by the artisans Vijay Maurya and Shagun Maurya with their team.

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03/5​Sari details

The Banarasi weave is one of the many regional art forms supported by Reliance Foundation’s SWADESH, the foundation’s humble initiative to preserve and promote India’s traditional arts and crafts.

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04/5​The inspiration

According to the official handle of NMACC, the sari draws its inspiration from the Classic “Koniya” (Paisley) designs, with colours from Gulaab Baadi Holi.

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05/5​The jewellery

She accessorised the look with some rustic jewellery. Mrs Ambani wore two bracelets which resembled Rudraksha bangles and she matched it with a long stone pendant, possibly depicting Ganesha.

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