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Tradition is the illusion of permanence.

The beauty of the world lies in the diversity of its people.

Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.

Where there is a saree, there is elegance.

I like my money right where I can see it…hanging in my closet.

What we need is a search for fundamentals, not a reiteration of traditions born in days when men knew even less than we do now.

Traditional Quotes

Culture is a way of coping with the world by defining it in detail.

The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mode, but the true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul.

Saree is the epitome of poise, grace, and beauty.

I think there is beauty in everything. What ‘normal’ people perceive as ugly, I can usually see something of beauty in it.

The less there is to justify a traditional custom, the harder it is to get rid of it.

Culture is the widening of the mind and the spirit.

It is the caring that she lovingly gives, and the passion that she shows. The beauty of a woman grows with the passing years.

A saree is a wonderful garment that elegantly flaunts the curves of a woman.

Style is something each of us already has, all we need to do is find it.

Tradition, long conditioned thinking, can bring about a fixation, a concept that one readily accepts, perhaps not with a great deal of thought.

Culture is the name for what people are interested in, their thoughts, their models, the books they read, and the speeches they hear.

When you do something noble and beautiful and nobody notices, do not be sad.

A saree is a beautiful garment that covers enough to make a woman look elegant yet bare enough to make her look beautiful.

Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life.

Sometimes tradition and habit are just that, comfortable excuses to leave things be, even when they are unjust and unworthy.

The role of culture is that it’s the form through which we as a society reflect on who we are, where we’ve been, and where we hope to be.

That’s always seemed so ridiculous to me, that people want to be around someone because they’re pretty.

It is not easy to wrap six yards of fabric, but it looks so fabulous that it’s worth it.

I don’t design clothes. I design dreams.

Sometimes traditions turn into unwritten rules we don’t want to break.

We seldom realize, for example, that our most private thoughts and emotions are not our own.

To me, beauty is about being comfortable in your skin. It’s about knowing and accepting who you are.”

A saree is not just an attire, it’s an emotion.

Fashions fade, and style is eternal.

Tradition is a process of debate over what links past, present, and future in a continuity that is meaningful and authoritative.

For we think in terms of languages and images which we did not invent, but which were given to us by our society.

The simplest way to look both modest and hot is by wearing a saree.

In difficult times, fashion is always outrageous.

Tradition: one of those words conservative people use as a shortcut to thinking.

We may have different religions, different languages, and different colored skin, but we all belong to one human race.

The best piece of jewelry that goes with a saree is a precious smile.

You gotta have style. It helps you get down the stairs. It helps you get up in the morning. It’s a way of life.

When traditions become so hard and fast that their adherence frustrates the original point of their adoption, then it’s time to rethink their utility.

Human cultural diversity is vast; the range of cultural practices, beliefs, and languages that we speak is vast.

A woman whose smile is open and whose expression is glad has a kind of beauty no matter what she wears.

Many people have different wishes, mine is to have different types of sarees for all occasions.

Fashion is very important. It is life-enhancing and, like everything that gives pleasure, it is worth doing well.

As tradition is a gift of the Spirit, its trajectory moves in the right direction, although it has not arrived at its destination.

Culture makes people understand each other better.

Beauty is about enhancing what you have. Let yourself shine through.

Be it Holi, Diwali, or a party night at my friend’s house, a saree is what I wear to look drop-dead gorgeous.

Fashion is what you’re offered four times a year by designers. And style is what you choose.

Every tradition grows ever more venerable — the more remote its origin, the more confused that origin is.

If they understand each other better in their soul, it is easier to overcome the economic and political barriers.

Butterflies can’t see their wings. They can’t see how truly beautiful they are, but everyone else can.

Wear a saree and make heads turn.

The dress must follow the body of a woman, not the body following the shape of the dress.

Cultures grow on the vine of tradition.

Given New York City’s cultural diversity, it has always attracted creative people.

People are like stained-glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within.

There are different ways of draping a saree, but everyone looks beautiful in it.

Fashion you can buy, but style you possess. The key to style is learning who you are, which takes years.

Tradition means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. It is the democracy of the dead.

An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.

Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself.

Show your Indianness with a saree.

Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.

The bird that would soar above the level plain of tradition and prejudice must have strong wings.

Every man’s ability may be strengthened or increased by culture.

Beauty is not caused. It is.

Be it winter or summer, a saree is for all seasons.

There is no cosmetic for beauty like happiness.

People will stare. Make it worth their while.

I’d rather be at the end of a dying tradition, which I admire, than at the beginning of a tradition that I deplore.

Every one of us is a perfect human being, deformed by the family, society, and culture.

No one can ever say no to the magic of a saree.

Elegance is elimination.

Traditions are important, but there’s always that balance between traditions and newness and change. Change is hard, but this will be the start of new traditions and experiences

Cultural differences should not separate us from each other, rather cultural diversity brings a collective strength that can benefit all of humanity.

There is a kind of beauty in imperfection.

Schooldays aren’t fun unless a girl wears her mom’s saree.

Shoes transform your body language and attitude. They lift you physically and emotionally.

Strength lies in differences, not in similarities.

Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything beautiful, for beauty is God’s handwriting.

Happiness is when mom lends you her saree to wear for a school party.

Style is the only thing you can’t buy. It’s not in a shopping bag, a label, or a price tag. It’s something reflected from our soul to the outside world—an emotion.

Our cultural diversity has most certainly shaped our national character.

Beauty is in the heart of the beholder.

Our hearts leap with joy when draping a saree.

To be irreplaceable one must always be different.

One of the greatest regrets in life is being what others would want you to be, rather than being yourself.

The absence of a flaw in beauty is itself a flaw.

A saree is an attire that makes a woman look more attractive.

We must never confuse elegance with snobbery.

We are increasingly recognizing and accepting, respecting, and celebrating our cultural diversity.

No matter how plain a woman may be, if truth and honesty are written across her face, she will be beautiful.

A saree is not just an outfit, it is an identity.

Playing dress-up begins at age five and never truly ends.

No culture can live if it attempts to be exclusive.

When you are balanced, and when you listen and attend to the needs of your body, mind, and spirit, your natural beauty comes out.

I feel more comfortable in a saree than a gown.

Elegance is not standing out, but being remembered.

The difference is the essence of humanity. The difference is an accident of birth and it should therefore never be the source of hatred or conflict.

Beauty lies not in a flawless complexion but in the stories that are told by each transitioning line on a woman’s face.

When I wear a saree, I think of you complimenting me.

The hardest thing in fashion is not to be known for a logo, but to be known for a silhouette.

I know people who’ve had a nose job, and they’ve walked out feeling like a million dollars, and their confidence is tenfold.

Wearing a saree is much less complicated than telling you how much I love you.

I want people to see the dress but focus on the woman.

If art is to nourish the roots of our culture, society must set the artist free to follow his vision wherever it takes him.

Beauty is not something you buy; instead, beauty is what lies within.

Love is that feeling when your man kneels to help you make perfect pleats for a saree.

What’s my style is not your style, and I don’t see how you can define it. It’s something that expresses who you are in your way.

Over the years I have learned that what is important in a dress is the woman who’s wearing it.

Real cultural diversity results from the interchange of ideas, products, and influences, not from the insular development of a single national style.

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