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Drapes that fall like waterfalls, shimmer like sunshine or caress like wind. That’s the Satya Paul signature sari for you.

FASHIONISTA HAVEN: From Aishwarya Rai Bachchan to Soha Ali Khan, a Satya Paul spells six yards of magic. So, if you want to make that ultimate statement, step into the Satya Paul retail outlet in Ranchi’s Sujata Chowk to embrace a world of whimsical chiffon, dreamy georgette and chic crepe. Don’t forget, the legend Satya Paul and his son Puneet Nanda — carrying the creative mantle with aplomb — are the toast of world fashion for combining the best of modernity and tradition in weaves and motifs

Customers check out saris at the Satya Paul retail outlet near Sujata Chowk in Ranchi

LADIES, ALL YOURS: The Satya Paul offers a treasure trove of over 500 printed signature saris between Rs 5,000 and Rs 15,000 and 300 embroidered signature saris, yours for Rs 13,000 to Rs 3 lakh. Gentlemen, diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but she also grows up to be a woman

Store manager Neha Kumari displays an embroidered Satya Paul creation. Pictures by Prashant Mitra

POETRY IN POISE: Dance of the Summer Sun, Take A Walk on the Wild Side, Jewels of the Sea, The Art of the Tarot, Classics, Cocktail…they are some of the signature themes of saris. Drape your mood and wow that special someone

t2 PICK: We loved the red and black floral stunners, multi-shade abstract georgettes, emerald French laces. But if we had to choose one, the sophisticated ivory and gold embroidered sari was the last word in elegance


“Of course it is every woman’s dream to drape a Satya Paul signature sari,” smiles outlet owner Udit Narayan. “We cater to well-heeled, well-travelled women with taste and discernment.”

“We get around nine customers a day. Now, it’s the wedding season, so we are expecting more customers. Black and golden are this winter’s picks,” says store manager Neha Kumari

“I look stylish and feel like a million dollars. The comfort and confidence that I feel cannot be expressed in words,” says Monica Sharma, Morabadi homemaker, socialite and Satya Paul convert

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