Pay obeisance to the spirit of India, as the Indian Craft Bazaar is arriving in town in a big way.
Kala Srusti is a rural educational handlooms and handicrafts artisans welfare association, and it is coordinating with the Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), New Delhi, for bringing out this exhibition.
As part of intervention plans for the overall development of Craft Clusters, the All India Crafts Bazaar seeks to help Self Help Group Artisans to market their products under the Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojna (AHVY). On display are the works of 150 artists, mostly from below the poverty line, from all over India.
The exhibition includes wood carvings, Kalamkari paintings, wooden lacquer ware, Hyderabad real pearls, brass sheet metal work, leather puppets, crochet lace, cotton durries and Kalamkari durries for sale.
Please contact 222-110/223-994 for further details.