Sankranti in Hyderabad: Eight distinct weaves from Six Yards Plus
New Indian Express Indulge - 13th Jan. 2021

"Sari start-up in Hyderabad, Six Yards Plus, is celebrating Sankranti this year with a showcase of exquisite weaves from Telugu states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. 

We reached out to the founder Mrinalini Shastry to understand the details of the weaves that can be fitting for the Sankranti season and even find a place in your wardrobe as heirloom treasures later."


Meet four women entrepreneurs helping women up their saree game
YourStory - 19th Sep. 2020

"Here are four women entrepreneurs who are bringing various weaves, colours, and patterns of sarees to the Indian and international market.

Mrinalini Shastry, Six Yards Plus. When draping a saree to work made her feel powerful, Mrinalini Shastry decided to start a brand that catered to urban working women in 2017."


Making of the Indian Women Entrepreneur 
ET NOW - 21st Aug, 2020

How this woman entrepreneur is reviving a love for sarees 
YourStory - 14th Aug. 2020

"Six Yards Plus features Godavari, Ikkat, Gamcha, Shibori, Kalamkari, Kota, Maheshwari, Phulla, Ponduru, Jamdani, among many others. The sarees are available online on the company’s website, its flagship store in Hyderabad, and at Project Eve stores in Bengaluru and Hyderabad."


This Saree Adda Got Us All Heart Eyed

"The adda curates sarees from different parts of India and some of them are designed in-house. Right from popular Uppada silk to the lesser-known (but stunning) Goan Kunbi pieces, there is a wide range for you to pick from. But hey, don't forget to chat with Mrinalini to know a thing or two about the history of these sarees."


Drape it in your style 
Telangana Today - 20th Jul. 2018

"You can outgrow jeans, a dress, or even a skirt, but a sari is forever. Even after many years, you will find your sari as beautiful as the day you bought it."

Homogeneity in India doesnt work 
The Hindu - 16th Jul. 2018
"Nikaytaa Malhotra and Mrinalini Shastry talk of tapping into the sartorial styles of a sari and moulding it around fluidity, empowerment, cultural heritage and body positivity."