Surat trader creates Rs 2,000 note sari to pay tribute to demonetisation

The sari has been created out of 504 printed notes

It has been more than fifty days since demonetisation but the country has still not got over the phase and the craze. Creative people are making the most of this time and creating something different; a Rs 2,000 note sari is the most recent.

According to media reports, a Surat trader has cashed on the opportunity to make Rs 2,000 saris, literally. “Rs 2,000 note is new in India. Few days back saree with Modi ji’s face also came. So, we thought of coming up with this saree. The reason was to try something new,” trader Shiv Shaini told ANI. Every six-metre long sari has about 504 notes printed on them. The saris are priced at just Rs 160 and the demand for is supposedly a lot from states in which the elections are soon going to be held like Punjab, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Goa and Manipur.

This is not the first time that people have come up with creative ways to make the most of the demonetisation phase. Earlier, a demonetisation-themed cake was also on auction in Kolkata.

( Source : deccan chronicle )
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