With the festive season of Ganesh Chaturthi, Ramzan and Navratris round the bend, Revathi Creative Communications is organising an exhibition-cum-sale of silk and cotton saris, at the Kamma Sangham, Ameerpet, from 14th to 24th September. Weaves 2007, as the exhibition is titled, showcases various silk fabrics from different states:
Gadwal, Dharmavaram, Pochampally, Kothakota, Mangalagiri, Chirala, Kalamkari and raw silk from Andhra Pradesh
Tussar and Kantha from Bihar
Kantha, Tribal Work and Kosa Silk from Chattisgarh
Gharchola, Patola, Pannetor, Block & Ajrak Printed Materials from Gujarat
Printed Silk saris and Embroidered Dress Materials from Jammu and Kashmir
Chintamani, Kasouti Work, Printed Silk saris & Dress Material from Karnataka
Chanderi and Maheshwari Silks from Madhya Pradesh
Paithani and Karwati saris from Maharashtra
Bomkari and Sambalpuri from Orissa
Bandhej, Kota and Dabu prints from Rajasthan
Kanjeevaram and Chettinads from Tamil Nadu
Tanchoi, Jamdani and Jamavar from Uttar Pradesh
Baluchari, Kantha, Tangoli, Tangail, Jamdani & Daccai from West Bengal
Women get to choose from a variety of traditional silk saris and dress material priced quite attractively. Traditionally, women prefer silk saris for pujas during this occasion, and so this is a good opportunity to select from a vast mix.
Please contact Revathi Creative Communications at 2331-0670/2331-0671 for further details.