Bringing India’s rich handloom traditions from different parts of the country under one roof, Weaves of India is being organized from 1st to 6th December. While the exhibition is helping buyers to do shopping for the ongoing wedding season, the stall owners are further pinning their hopes on the upcoming winter and wedding season which has traditionally been a peak business period for exhibition organizers.
A collection of handlooms is sticking as Tussar, Jute, Uppada, Kanjiwaram silks, Maheshwari and Kota saris and dress materials are available at the do. Bed covers and bed spreads, and cushion covers are also on display. From Baluchari, kantha work from West Bengal to Kosa and Ghicha silk of Chhattisgarh, from Kantha saree to Jammu’s Tabi silk, Pashmina shawls, this exhibition has the best to offer.
The popular real zari work paithani saree from Maharashtra, Maheshwari, Chanderi, from Madhya Pradesh, Bangalore and Mysore silk crape, baylu saree, Shanti Niketan, Kantha, Neemzari, Dhakai Jamdani from West Bengal, Bomkai, Sambhalpuri from Orrisa, Patola, Bandhini Saree from Gujarat, Block Print, Bandhej, Sanganeri Print from Rajasthan, Banarasi Silk, Jamdani, Lucknow chikan work and chiffon sarees from Uttar Pradesh, Uppada, Gadwal, Pochampally, Kalamkari from Andhra Pradesh and other silk materials from the interiors of India, are available in myraid options. Expo will conclude on 6th December 2019.