Cotton fab – 2015


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An attempt to bring buyers and weavers on a common platform and popularize the Indian art and weaving craft, the weaver’s exhibition in the name of Cottonfab -2015 will start at Putharikandam Maidanam, East Fort, Thiruvananthapuram from 13th June to 22th June 2015 timing 1.30 am to 9.00 pm to organised by our society M/s. Awadh Hathkargha Hastshilp Evam Gramodyog Samiti, Lucknow under the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, brings a whole new range of cottons and silks wear options.  Weavers from all over the country have displayed their collections, crafted by renowned artisans

We are pleased to inform you that our exhibition will inaurrate by Smt. Chandrika, Hon’ble Mayor, Corporation of Thiruvananthapuram in the presence of Shri Happy Kumar, Hon’ble Deputy Mayor, Corporation of Thiruvananthapuram on 13th June 2015 at 11.00 AM

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Fine fabrics  in cotton and silk were put on display, traditional and best collections form Chikankari from Nawab’s Capital of Awadh (Lucknow), Banarasi Silk Brocade and Jamdani from Bank of Ganga & Hon’ble Prime Minister’s Loksabha Constituency of Varanasi (UP), Chanderi silk & mercerised cotton from incredible state, Madhya Pradesh and Kota Doria, Block print with dhaboo from Rajputana State Rajasthan, designer batik and block printed dress materials from Kumbh city of Ujjain (MP) colorful Banjara Ethnic designs from Katch Bhuj of Gujrat, Cotton and soil embroided dress material and sarisfrom paradist of Earth, Jammu Kashmir, Kanta, Bailu, Baluchari and tant saris from Tiger State of West Bengal, Traditional Sambhalpuri Ikkat from Konark Temple State of Odisha, Natural Kalamkari Print pochampalli, Uppada, Dharmaswaram from Eastern Coastal area of Andhra Pradesh, Kanjiwaram and Coimbatore saris from Cotton state of Tamil Nadu, Belgaum and Hubli, Bangalore silk saris from silk state of Karnataka, Champa & Vaya silk from tribe area of Chattisgarh, Kora Kosa and raw silk cotton from Magadh & Patliputra (Bihar), Mooga and ary silk from Tea Garden State of Assam, The collection includes stitched, semi stitched fabrics, kurtis, shalwar kameez and traditional kids wear and everything comes at n affordable price range of Rs.400 onwards

Home furnishings includ export daris, carpets and rugs, runner, aasan doormats, all suited formthe season.  The other handy pickup options include Hyderabadi pearl jewellery, bombay artificial jewellery, Rajasthan Stone Jewellery, Delhi Antique Jewellery.  The artwork of weavers from self help groups has also been placed on the display

Though most of the weavers exhibition their stuff are regulars at such events, this time the display are for sale directly from the weavers to the consumers

This exhibition will run only 10 days till 22nd June.


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