The Surajkund of Hyderabad
Shilparamam is Hyderabads tribute to Indias natural beauty, richly diverse cultural heritage and vibrant ethos
Shilparamam is Hyderabad’s tribute to India’s natural beauty, richly diverse cultural heritage and vibrant ethos. It is a place where artisans from across India showcase their individual skills in a variety of arts, crafts and culture. From Indian pottery to a plethora of weaves, woodwork, jewelry, clothes and local crafts of each region of the country, Shilparamam is kaleidoscope of India’s colour, diversity and talent with a special focus of Telangana Handlooms and handicrafts.
The much-awaited jamboree All India Crafts Mela is commencing from December 15 and will go on till 31 during which time the showcase of crafts and arts will be taken a step forward with an array of rich handloom and handicrafts from all over India participating in this mega mela. It is promoted as the biggest melas of our country and stands in the second place after the ‘Surajkund Mela’ of Delhi. More than 500 artisans from all over the country are participating in this mela representing the handlooms, handicrafts, wood carving, Cane Furniture, Pottery. Folk dances and classical art forms are a part of the festival.