Know about books that shaped Sabyasachi’s universe

Sabyasachi Mukherjee is perhaps one of the most famous Indian fashion designer. Every girl loves to drool over his breathtaking lehengas and hopes to own a piece of clothing by him. Sabyasachi recently took to his Instagram account to share the two books that according to him shaped his universe. Check out the post:

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My father was a voluntary librarian at a jute mill in the suburbs of Calcutta. And I used to be his assistant. Every week he would buy me a Gold Spot (Gen Z can Google) for arranging the books on the shelves. I was in my mid-teens. Young, eager and impressionable. When I look back at my life, I think the years spent assisting my father as a librarian, and reading books on love, art, history and literature shaped the person I am today. Lennon said, "You may say I'm a dreamer," but it is those fragile dreams that gave flight to the brand that I helm today. You know, it's funny when I see my name on shopping bags and billboards across the country; I smile and thank my father, the voluntary librarian who opened up my sheltered universe with books, and gave me the courage to dream. #StayHome #StayHomeIndia #SocialDistancing #StayResponsible #Sabyasachi

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In the post, Sabyasachi talks about his father and his childhood. In the following posts he names two books that he believes changed him. The names of the books are Love Story and Oliver’s Story by Erich Segal.

Sabyasachi talks about both the books in the posts and about his preferences. In the end, he urges people to stay at home and be responsible.

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