spends a day travelling on suburban trains with Jayamalini, who sells beads, baubles and bands Ei! Po po, the policewoman glares at the hawker. She snarls: po-nnu solrenla — Im asking you to leave. Caught midway between a sale, the hawker looks ... The Hindu, 6 days ago
CHENNAI: Training around 300 women in aari embroidery, Jayamalini Kumaran, who runs Sri Aari Creatives, has been popularising the embroidery technique that dates back to the 12th century during the reign of the Mughals, in the city of Chennai. A ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
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