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Kalamandir named 'Most Progressive Fashion Retailer'
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Kalamandir was listed among Top 25 of “India’s Most Dynamic & Progressive Fashion Retailer” across the four regional divisions of India, in the 14th year of IFA, Fashion Forward League 2014, in the category of ‘Country’s Most Progressive Regional and Local Fashion Retailers’. 
 
The event was held at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, on January 18, 2014. IFA (Images Fashion Awards), widely renowned in the circles of fashion, is aimed at appreciating outstanding brands and channeling inspiration for designers and fashion retailers of the future.  
 
The Director at Sai Silks (Kalamandir) Limited, Kalyan Srinivas Annam said “It is an honour to be awarded this title. At Kalamandir, we have always endeavoured to be the leaders of change in our industry, providing the best in fashion to our customers in terms of design and price, without compromising on quality. 
 
We are strongly committed to this policy, and these awards keep motivating us to plan, produce and offer better than the best to our customers. I would like to extend my humble gratitude to not only our customers, but Kalamandir staff and well wishers who have always shown faith in us.”
 
About Sai Silks (Kalamandir) Ltd:
Kalamandir—a household name, a trusted brand, a home to collective and collaborative Crafts, and a story of triumph. Beginning as a store in 2005 at the ever-busy Ameerpet, Hyderabad, Kalamandir grew exponentially in size and number—20 branches across AP, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Two of its brands—Varamahalakshmi and Mandir are also hugely popular catering to the economical and premium categories.
 
All this was made possible in good measure by the vision, perseverance and ability to lead a 2500 strong workforce, of Mr Prasad (Chalavadi Naga Kanaka Durga Prasad), the Founder, Chairman and Managing Director of Sai Silks (Kalamandir) Ltd. 

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