Just before the Durga Puja, the state government is all set to organise another edition of ‘Banglar Tanter Haat’ – a fair, where the weavers of Bengal will showcase their amazing creations.
The organiser is the state micro, small and medium enterprise and textiles department. Swapan Debnath, the minister of micro, small and medium enterprise, will inaugurate the fair on Sunday.
The fair has been the centre of attraction for women, as various varieties of Saaris and Salwar and other traditional apparels are showcased here. Milan Mela – the state government’s designated fair zone just off to Eastern Metropolitan Bypass – is the venue of Banglar Tanter Haat.
“The weavers across the state will participate in the Haat and will sell their product. The urban population is in love with their production, that we have been seen for last few years. We are expecting a huge turnout in the fair just before the festive season,” said a micro, small and medium enterprise department officer.
But not only the woman but the men would also be happy with variety of the clothes in the haat. “Various men apparels including Dhuti, Punjabi and wide variety of Fotua will be displayed,” said the officer.