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Silk Exhibition attracts shopaholics

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Silk Exhibition attracts shopaholics

Tuesday, 10 September 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

A saree worth Rs 1.25 lakh is attracting a huge crowd of shopaholics of the city. Embedded with real silk and gold threads, this saree is from Tikamgarh.

It is a happy tide for the shopaholics this season, as a cotton handloom and handicraft fair has something new for them.

The National Crafts Expo Silk Fab Handloom Exhibition cum Sale is being organised in city and is evoking a good response by the art lovers of the city.

The exhibition cum sale began here from August 30 and would continue till September 15.

The exhibition is all about handicraft and handloom material, as many as 35 artisans from across the country have displayed the specialty of their region before the Bhopalites.

In-charge of the exhibition Ashish Gupta said, “This exhibition is another chance for the big shopaholics to explore the handloom materials at the exhibition cum sale. The Bhopalites are enjoying having a look at the colourful and fizzy shades of the different states of the country. Other than the most renowned dress materials of the State, one could find the huge collection of handloom materials made up of jute, and wood materials are also at display.”

From Kolkata’s handicraft magic to Banaras’s Chanderi cotton suit material all is available under roof at affordable prizes.  Stuff from Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jaipur, Panipat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajkot, Kashmir, Punjab, and furniture from Saharanpur is available at the fair.

Interestingly, the national handloom award winners from Kolkata and Punjab have also displayed their talent.

A wonderful range of saree is eye catching.

Further, another stall having amazing rare decorative items made of wood capturing the attention of the buyers.

Besides, ladies’ stuff is a major part of this exotic shopping fair.

The mela also shares a major collection of dress materials, enthralling the ladies.

The stalls of household decoration would captivate a big crowd at the spot.

Dress materials embedded with lucknowi chicken, mulberry silk, Khadi and more could be explored at the mela.

One could find a wonderful collection been designed in different patterns and prints.

There are printed materials beautifully embroidered with Batik Print, Dabu Print, Hand-Block Print and one of the most renowned and loved in all seasons, Bagh Print there which are available in the range of Rs 400 to Rs 15000.

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