An expo for silk lovers

An expo for silk lovers
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Artisans and Weavers Welfare Association have organised a 6-day Silk India Expo - 2015 at Sri Sathya Sai Nigamagamam, Srinagar Colony. The expo, which was inaugurated by actress Manali Rathod, will conclude today. “I’m glad to see various apparel, particularly silk designer wear, designers sarees, and furnishings all showcased under one roof,” said Actress Manali Rathod.

Hastashilpi - Artisans and Weavers Welfare Association have organised a 6-day Silk India Expo - 2015 at Sri Sathya Sai Nigamagamam, Srinagar Colony. The expo, which was inaugurated by actress Manali Rathod, will conclude today. “I’m glad to see various apparel, particularly silk designer wear, designers sarees, and furnishings all showcased under one roof,” said Actress Manali Rathod.

“Various silk saree weavers, handloom clusters and silk co-operative societies are showcasing products in the expo. The intention was to make the products from artisans accessible to the customers” said organiser Abhinand. Handblock print sarees, suit and silk bed covers, designer ware and border, lazes, kurtis, hand woven matka and Assam Muga fabrics, Apoorva silk sarees, Baluchuri sarees, embroidered designer silk sarees and dress materials, Bhagalpur suits, printed silk sarees, Reshmi plain and butti sarees, Karnataka silk sarees, Maheswari, Chanderi silk sarees and Kota silk, mulberry silk with temple border, Banaras jamdani, hand-woven saris will be on display.

Mysore silk sarees, crepe and Georgette silk sarees, Chiffon silk sarees, Tassar silk sarees and suit, Kanchipuram silk sarees, designer fancy sarees, Darmavaram silk sarees, jute silk sarees, Dhaka silk sarees, handloom silk cotton sarees, and many more products from across the country will also be on display at the expo.

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