If you like the traditional Indian silk saris and you like enjoying music on the go, here’s something that can help you combine those two particular interests. Check out ‘Swaramadhuri,’ a ‘singing’ silk sari which has eight micro-speakers tucked in its border that has the capacity to play 200 songs for four hours at a stretch thanks to an iPod hidden in the pallu of the sari!
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In an effort that spanned two months, the designer P Mohan has used a 2-GB memory chip to support the iPod. He has earlier created ‘the lighting sari,’ which has small LED bulbs, and the ‘Sandalwood sari’ using pure sandalwood. That is what I call modern style-traditional wear!