Seven Strange Sales-Related Observations After Shopping For / Buying a Sari in India

Adapted from Anna Purni by Michael Pravin (Flickr Creative Commons).

My wife spent some time selecting and purchasing a sari (sometimes spelled saree) in India recently, and I got to observe the process. A sari, for anyone who doesn’t know, is a piece of traditional women’s wear in India. They range from normal, every-day type saris all the way up to elaborate wedding saris.

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This publication features articles about the NFT space, especially focusing on generative art and 10k NFT sets. Editor: Jim Dee of GenerativeNFTs.io  —  jim@arraywebdevelopment.com.

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