Hundreds of Colourfully draped Ladies of all race and religion took plart in the annuaul Sari stroll on the promenade at  Durbans Beachfront. The walk started at Pirates and ended at Durban Beachfront Amphitheatre.
Picture: Shelley Kjonstad
Picture: Shelley Kjonstad
Picture: Shelley Kjonstad
Hundreds of Colourfully draped Ladies of all race and religion took plart in the annuaul Sari stroll on the promenade at Durbans Beachfront. The walk started at Pirates and ended at Durban Beachfront Amphitheatre. Picture: Shelley Kjonstad Picture: Shelley Kjonstad Picture: Shelley Kjonstad

Sari safari

By DAILY NEWS REPORTER Time of article published Aug 1, 2016

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Hundreds of women brought a riot of colour to the Durban beachfront on Sunday as they joined the annual Sari Stroll. The stroll began at Pirates Surf Lifesaving Club and continued to the Amphitheatre, where an afternoon of tea, treats and entertainment was laid out. The event, in its seventh year, was intended to celebrate culture and encourage unity, said the organisers, who provided saris for women who did not have a drape of their own.

Picture: Shelley Kjonstad

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