Sahara exhibition luring shoppers

Sahara exhibition luring shoppers


The Sahara handicrafts exhibition is back in city with excquisite collections of handlooms, handicrafts, dress materials and traditional home decors.

The expo being held at Maharaja college grounds is beckoning the people with a taste for fashion and new trend.

The expo this time has brought some of rare collections of Kashmiri shawls and dress materials for women, specials Rajasthani handlooms, paintings and traditional art works and Hyderabadi pearls. The Kashmiri shawls and women’s dress materials have turned out to be a lure for the women in the expo, while Hyderabadi pearls are attracting young girls from colleges.

Dress materials with specials embroidery works from Gujarath and Rajasthan are also a big attraction.  The Kolkata leather bags and slippers made of jute, Jaipur dresses, home decors (artefacts and handicrafts) and cotton handlooms from Bengal are also new additions made in the expo. “The beed works dress materials from Delhi are really luring.

While, the Odisha Patachitra paintings could be a perfect wallhanger at home. These wallhangers depict plots from mythology like Ramayana and Mahabharatha.  The palm leaf paintings are equally attractive,” Monica, a tourist from Bangalore told City Herald.

The Rajasthani thorans and other decorative items and handlooms from Jhansi, slippers from Mumbai, terracotta handicrafts and handicrafts from North-East are also a big hit in the expo, says the organisers.


DH Newsletter Privacy Policy Get top news in your inbox daily
Comments (+)