If after AMALL
you thought Amisha looked good, then we've got good news for you - it's not that
your standards are going down, after all. It's the outfits. And here's where you
can get yourself some Rajasthani beadwork, too.
Kalasruti, a rural educational handlooms and handicrafts artisans welfare association, is organizing a handloom and handicrafts mela, exhibiting creations by traditional artists from all over India.
More than 150 artisans from all over India will take part in this 10-day mela. Artisans from places like Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu will set up stalls. Kalasruti is organizing the fair to provide marketing support to artisans and to popularize their products among people.
The crafts and handlooms to be displayed at the mela include Rajasthani bead work, Tanjavur paintings, wooden lacquer, Rajasthani bed sheets, lac bangles, Hyderabad pearls and jewelry, Banjara work, Aplic work, silver filigree, sandalwood and rosewood work, Kondapally toys, leather puppets, Nirmal paintings and Kalamkari paintings.
Please contact 322-6096/322-2997 for further details.