All in the FAMILY
"Our shop's USP continues to be wedding sarees. We get four generations of customers," says 67-year-old Kuppusami, who has also authored about 20 books.
Nalli’s strength lies in the warp and weft of tradition
Sourcing silk from 30,000 weavers and selling 1.5 m sarees a year, the brand reinvents to retain appeal
The warp and weft of time - Memories of Madras
Going to school in a maatu vandi, selling nine-yard saris for Rs.18 and listening to M.S. from outside his store… Nalli Kuppuswami Chetti revisits the T. Nagar that was
The First Woman to Join the 89-Year-Old Family Business
Lavanya Nalli’s great great grandfather Nalli Chinnasami Chetti started selling silk saris in Chennai in the late 1800’s.
Lavanya Nalli: The dream weaver
A fifth-generation scion has designs on modernising her family's traditional Indian sari business
Lavanya Nalli's leadership mantra
As a fifth-generation businessperson, Lavanya Nalli, vice-chairman, Nalli Group, understands the difficulties