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And then there was light

And then there was light
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This festival of lights showcases the creativity and quality of textiles, crafts and natural products, perfect for indulging in and gifting to friends, family and colleagues. The 80 and more participating craft groups represent regional craft traditions from across India.

Try some special gifting options this Diwali with a pick from hand-made organic and perfumed candles, paper lamps, tea lights and hand-carved gourd lanterns. Gadhwal and Upada weaves, vivid woolen shawls to sarees from Chanderi and Maheshwari, garments embellished with regional embroideries from Kutchi Suf, Lambani, Kantha, along with appliqué textiles from Rajasthan will also be on display at the festival.

Traditional jewellery ranging from terracotta, lac to Meenakari, Dhokra and tribal silver will alos be on offer for the visitors alongside pottery, metal crafts, grass weaving and wood carvings, miniature painting and folk art traditions of Madhubani, Phad, Kalamkari and Pattachitra will all be present at the fair providing all with ample options to indulge in.

Food from Maharashtra, Himachal and other regions will be available to satiate the taste buds along with cultural performances from across India.

‘Diwali lights lamps both in our homes and in our hearts. It is a time of sharing and giving; and what better gift than something hand-crafted. Something which an artisan has spent time and love, and which represents our culture and traditions,’ says Dastkar’s Chairperson, Laila Tyabji.

Pamper yourself with some retail therapy before markets get too crowded. Head over!

WHERE: Nature Bazaar Venue, Andheria Modh
WHEN: 10 October till 19 October, 11.00 am - 7.30 pm ENTRY: Rs. 20  

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