The annual Gujarat Handicrafts exhibition cum sale organised under the development scheme of the Government of India is aimed at improving the livelihood of craftsmen and handloom weavers and completely avoids middlemen is back in Kochi city.
The Gujarathi handloom section features block, bhandini, brush, batik, kutch, vegetable print, printed or mirror worked cotton and silk sarees. Various types of churidars include tie-dye salwar sets with shawls and ready to wear dresses like ladies tops, Jaipurian chaniya cholis, lehengas, ghagra cholis, kaftans, kurtas and Lucknow dresses etc.
Ethnic sarees and kurthas of poolkari designs, chikan work, screen print are the other main attractions available at its highest quality. Applique and embroidery worked bed spreads, cushion covers, designer bed sheets and decorative mats with lace works are also available.
The Indian Tussar and Mooga sarees once a symbol of the royal family are being exhibited. There are an extensive range of handicrafts and handprinted items from nine states across India at a government rebate of 20% on handlooms and 10% on handicrafts.
The Exhibition running at Ernakulam Womenâ€™s Association Hall at Diwanâ€™s road will conclude on 14th May.
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