There is something about anything ethnic. And, we are not just talking of women. Saras 2004 is organised by DWCRA Bazaar, a self-help group. This is their sixth exhibition. Apart from Andhra Pradesh, there are fifteen other states participating.
On display are Chanderi silk, Batik prints from Madhya Pradesh, Aadivasi paintings from Bastar, lampshades and sea shells from Goa, Rajasthani marble idols and products, tie and dye sarees, and Banhini sarees from Rajasthan, Pipli work and Sambalpur sarees from Orissa, Kantha stitch sarees and Tussar silk sarees from West Bengal, Banaras silk sarees, carpets, and brassware of Moradabad from Uttar Pradesh, Kanchi sarees from Tamil Nadu, herbal products and herbal oils from Maharashtra, Mysore silk sarees from Karnataka and bamboo products, coir products and ayurvedic medicines from Kerala.