Orissa Art and Craft Committee, founded by a group of artisans, designers, social activists, academics and environmentalists, have organized a exhibition cum sale in Bhopal, under the theme, â€˜Cotton and Silk Fab of India. An attempts to promote exquisite traditional skill, cotton and creations of the weavers and encouraging them to be contemporary and economically relevant.
For the first time, artisans from all over India have come to Bhopal to exhibit their ethnic weaves and traditional pure silk and cotton products on the start of the wedding and winter season.
The cotton and silk handloom products on display have a price tag ranging from Rs 500 to Rs 20,000 at the upper end for exclusive hand-crafted sarees. Dokra Tribal Jewelry and Channapatna toys are also catching the attention of the customers.
More than 100 designers and weavers are part of this yearâ€™s exhibition which includes gorgeous Uppadas, Banaras silks, Gadwals, Dharmavaram, Jamdanis, Jamawars and Sambalpuris.
From saris, dress materials, items of silk and cotton saree, suit dress material, fashion jewelry, home furnishing designer clothes from each region of the country, the exhibition provided shoppers with a kaleidoscope of Indiaâ€™s color, diversity and talent.
Artisans from 14 handloom weaving states including Assam, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Bihar, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir, West Bengal and many designers from metros working in collaboration with the weavers are displaying more than 1,50,000 variety of their work here.
The exhibition-cum-sale is open from November 17 to 26 at the Community Hall, Ravishankar Nagar, Bittan Market, Bhopal.
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