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All India Crafts Mela is an event that took place between 15-Dec-2010 and 31-Dec-2010 in Hyderabad.
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The Shilparamam Arts And Crafts Society, in association with the Development Commissioners (Handicrafts And Handlooms) and the National Jute Board of Government of India, is organising the 17th All-India Crafts Mela from 12th December to 3rd January. The most sought-after and eagerly-awaited annual bazaar for the crafts-loving people of the city, it has been recognized by the Government of India to be on par with the Surajkund Mela near New Delhi, and has also been declared as one of the national events of the Ministry Of Textiles since 2001.

650 artisans from 25 Indian states - Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Orissa and West Bengal - are showcasing their products in this direct-to-customer exhibition.

A shopping paradise, one can shop for a wide variety of handicrafts including ceramic and crockery, blue pottery, Khurja pottery items, Terracota, white metal, brass idols, wooden sculpture, Kondapalli, Ettikoppaka and Chennapatnam toys, jute bags, Rajasthani marbles and puppets, perfumes and agarbathis, Orissa leaf paintings and applique work, miniature and gem stone paintings, Nirmal and Cherial paintings, Madhubani paintings, Patachitra paintings, Thanjavur paintings, oxidised metal statues, leather puppets and lamp shades, exquisite rosewood and carving furniture, crochet laces and cotton durries, jewellery, Mysore crafts, dry flowers, carpets, leather bags and cutwork panels.

The handloom collection is no less in variety. Barmeri prints from Rajasthan, hand block prints, Banjara embroidery from Andhra Pradesh, Chanderi and Maheshwari saris from Madhya Pradesh, handloom saris from West Bengal, Sambalpuri saris from Orissa, Chikan work from Lucknow, Pulkari work from Punjab, Chettinad handlooms from Tamil Nadu, block prints from Jaipur, room carpets and Tussar silk from Uttar Pradesh, Kashmiri silk saris, and Paithani saris from Maharashtra make up the vast display.

Cultural programs that include concerts of instrumental music, Carnatic vocal and classical dance, and even folk programs will be held every day during the 17-day bazaar. In addition, folk programs like Dappu Nrityam, Yakshaganam, Puli Veshalu, Oggudolu, Garagalu, Tolubommalata, Buttabommalu, Pagati Veshalu, Teppatigullu and Mahagaradi recitals will start at 4:00 pm everyday at the mela lawns, as scheduled below:

15th December
4:00pm onwards - Veera Natyam and Garagalu by Manchavarapu Rambabu
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Kuchipudi by Devi G

16th December
4:00pm onwards - Veera Natyam and Garagalu by Manchavarapu Rambabu
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Folk Songs by Dhompeti Jyothi
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Bharatanatyam by Chitranarayanan

17th December
4:00pm onwards - Veera Natyam and Garagalu by Manchavarapu Rambabu
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Devotional Music by Kodali Venkateshwara Rao
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Bharatanatyam by K V Meghana

18th December
4:00pm onwards - Gondu Nrutyam by Gaddam Ravi
4:00pm onwards - Kaalika Nrutyam by M Prashant Kumar
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Music by S A Rayudu
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Bharatanatyam by Priya Raman

19th December
4:00pm onwards - Gondu Nrutyam by Gaddam Ravi
4:00pm onwards - Kaalika Nrutyam by M Prashant Kumar
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Instrumental Music by S Ramana
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Kuchipudi by K Jaganmohan Rao

20th December
4:00pm onwards - Pagati Veshalu by Pillatla Sailu
4:00pm onwards - Tholu Bommalata by Pavan Kumar
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Carnatic Music by T P Mohan Kumar
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Kuchipudi by S K Dasthagiri

21st December
4:00pm onwards - Pagati Veshalu by Pillatla Sailu
4:00pm onwards - Tholu Bommalata by Pavan Kumar
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Flute, Violin and Keyboard recital by Challa Maruthi Kiran
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Daksha Yagnam ballet by M Pradeep Kumar

22nd December
4:00pm onwards - Pulishakthi Veshalu & Dappulu by Balaji
4:00pm onwards - Chindu Yakshaganam by Gaddam Venkataiah
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Carnatic Vocal by I Swetha Prasad
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Folk Dance by M Swarnalatha

23rd December
4:00pm onwards - Pulishakthi Veshalu & Dappulu by Balaji
4:00pm onwards - Chindu Yakshaganam by Gaddam Venkataiah
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Harikatha by Kocharla Rama
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Kuchipudi by Y Srinivasulu

24th December
4:00pm onwards - Dappulu by G Charan
4:00pm onwards - Lambadi with Dappulu by E Chandu Nayak
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Violin by B S Narayanan
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Kuchipudi by R S V R Chandrasekhar

25th December
4:00pm onwards - Dappulu by G Charan
4:00pm onwards - Lambadi with Dappulu by E Chandu Nayak
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Carnatic Vocal by S Dilip Rajan
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Siluvadhari ballet by M Arjun Rao

26th December
4:00pm onwards - Palle Suddulu by P Pashupati
4:00pm onwards - Dhimsa dance by K Ramadas
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Carnatic music by V Nagarajan
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Kuchipudi by Dr. Saraswati Rajatesh

27th December
4:00pm onwards - Palle Suddulu by P Pashupati
4:00pm onwards - Dhimsa dance by K Ramadas
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Folk Songs by Arjun Rao
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Kuchipudi by Usha Madhavi

28th December
4:00pm onwards - Thappatagullu by P Krishna Rao
4:00pm onwards - Chindu Yakshaganam by Gajiwelli
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Burrakatha by V Lalitha
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Kathak by P Ravindra Raju

29th December
4:00pm onwards - Thappatagullu by P Krishna Rao
4:00pm onwards - Chindu Yakshaganam by Gajiwelli Srisailam
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Devotional songs by M Dasakoteshwara Rao
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Bharatanatyam by J Ramachandra Murthy

30th December
4:00pm onwards - Garagalu by P Lakshmi Durga
4:00pm onwards - Maragallu Y Keelu Gurralu by S Sarala
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Carnatic Vocal by V Hema
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Kuchipudi by V Laxman Kumar

31st December
4:00pm onwards - Garagalu by P Lakshmi Durga
4:00pm onwards - Maragallu Y Keelu Gurralu by S Sarala
6:30pm to 7:30pm - Carnatic Vocal by K Vijaya Kumari
7:30pm to 8:30pm - Kuchipudi by M Seetha Laxmi

Shilparamam entry charges of Rs. 25 per adult, and Rs. 10 per kid are applicable. Please contact the venue at 2310-0455 for further details.
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