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Five-day exhibition of handloom products begins

Five-day exhibition of handloom products begins


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Nov 25, 2015 :  A five-day exhibition of cotton and silk products that began at St. Aloysius Pre-University College Hall on Nov 24.  Kanjeevarams, crepe silks, Dharmavaram saris, Pochampally silks, Benaras broacades and traditional silk specials of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat are on display.


Five-day exhibition of handloom products begins


Also, Coimbatore cottons, Pune and Nagpur cottons of Maharashtra, Sambalpuri cottons of Odisha, Manipuri cottons are some of the traditional handloom woven cotton varieties on display.  In addition, the exhibition features Bandhej and Kutch embroidery of Gujarat, block and Dabu prints of Rajasthan, Batiks of Madhya Pradesh, and Kantha and block prints of West Bengal.

The exhibition, will be open until November 28, also showcases bed spreads, chudidars and other handloom products.    The exhibition, open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., has been organised to arrange a direct market link between weavers and customers, a release said.


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Aini Saldhana, Mangaluru Wed, November-25-2015, 12:51

We get to see and purchase a variety of sarees, kurthis and bedspread under on roof. Thanks to Mangalore Today for publishing this news and attracting the Mangloreans towards the exhibition. We are on a countdown till November 28.

SudhaJagdish, Mangaluru Wed, November-25-2015, 12:11

The Aloysius Pre- University will be crowded from 28 November for sure . The women never compromise with their dressing. They love to wear a variety of sarees and dresses. they want to look attractive and unique. This exhibition is best suited for the working as they go out frequently.

Rajeshwari Shet, Bejai Wed, November-25-2015, 12:06

Wow its a great news for the women. Women are lover of jewelry and sarees. How much they have but the desires are unsatisfiable, they want more and more.

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