Palam Silks

Palam Silk sarees in Chennai

Sri Palam Silks was set up in 2003 by Ms. Jeyasree Ravi ,daughter of Dr. Nalli Kuppuswamy Chetty , the owner of Nalli Silk stores and wife of Mr. P J Ravi, scion of the Sri Kumaran Silk Stores family. Nalli Silks and Kumaran Silks are the two most celebrated Chennai silk sari stores. So ,the next generation has started a new brand of silk stores that would appeal predominantly to the young. They have introduced light weight silks and moved away from traditional dark colours and brought in a variety of new shades.

Palam Silks
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Days Closed :- Sunday

Timing :- 10am to 8pm

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Sri Palam Silks was set up in 2003 by Ms. Jeyasree Ravi ,daughter of Dr. Nalli Kuppuswamy Chetty , the owner of Nalli Silk stores and wife of Mr. P J Ravi, scion of the Sri Kumaran Silk Stores family. Nalli Silks and Kumaran Silks are the two most celebrated Chennai silk sari stores. So ,the next generation has started a new brand of silk stores that would appeal predominantly to the young. They have introduced light weight silks and moved away from traditional dark colours and brought in a variety of new shades.

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