Gujarat women embrace 'Modi print' in their fashion trend
These sarees with Modi's face printed on them are becoming popular among the natives of the state.
New Delhi: The Modi fervour now has reached from very nook and corner to wedding cards, t-shirts to Gujarati sarees with the imprints of Prime Minister on them.
These sarees with Modi's face printed on them are becoming quite popular among the natives of the state.
The sarees with digitally printed pictures of former Gujarat Chief Minister are selling like hotcakes, one of the shopkeeper selling the 'Modi saree' told media, "It is a different kind of saree which has been launched recently. It is very popular among women. Right now, we have at least four types of sarees with PM Modi's pictures on them."
"We might get sarees with faces of other politicians also soon," said another shopkeeper, Ronak Shah.
Subhash Rao Kishan Rao Yande, a 68-year-old Hydrabadi man used wedding invitation cards to urge people to cast their precious votes to Modi instead of giving wedding gifts in his son's wedding.
On festive occasions, earlier, Gujurat has sold many rakhis, t-shirts and mugs with the imprints of PM Modi on them. A jeweler on previous Diwali sold silver and gold bars with Modi's face engraved on them.