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ITBP shopping ‘mela’ begins

2 November 2012, New Delhi, Agencies

From Pashmina shawls to Assam gamchas, a wide variety of art and handicraft products are on display for Delhiites at the ITBP ‘mela’.

Organised by the wives welfare association of the border guarding force, the annual three-day exhibition that began today showcased handicraft products from various units of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police. Carpets, shawls, dry fruits, herbal products, cane furniture, Lucknowi ‘chikan’ embroidery and a host of other local products are being displayed at the mela.  The ‘mela’ will continue till 4 November.

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