Shilparamam Hyderabad brings back its much sought annual “All India Saree Mela” along with Dasara Festival from 28th September to 8th October, 2019 for the benefit of the art & craft lovers of Hyderabad and to encourage and provide marketable facilities to the original artisans to put them direct contact of the customers without the involvement of the middle man.
The highlights of this year’s festival is not only the annual Saree Mela that Shilparamam conducts every year to promote and encourage the handloom sector but also the Dasara Festival in its authentic way.
The Sarees of India Mela is famous for the variety of sarees represented by all the states of our country, where the artisans and weavers showcase and sell their products like Benaras from U.P, Maheshwari and Chanderi from MP, Patola, Bandini from Gujarat, Uppada, Mangalgiri, Venkatagiri, Kalamkari from AP, Kota from Rajasthan, Gollabama, Gadwal, Pochampalli from Telangana, Balucheri, Lenin, Muslin, Kantha work, Zamdani Sarees from West Bengal and Tussar Silk from Bengal and Silk sarees of Karnataka etc etc.
The Shilparamam adorns its amazing ambience with attractive lighting from 28th September to 8th October, 2019 along with Bathukamma Play.
The ladies Staff of Shilparamam played Bhathukamma.
Shilparamam & South Central Zone Cultural Centre Nagpur Jointly Presents the “Rangoli Portrait on Gandhiji’s Life” – Exhibition at Ethnic Hall. The exhibition will open till October 8th to public.
Today Cultural programs- Bhajans by Smt. Parwathi Kumar Garu & Group and “Mohaname Gandhi” by Smt. Anitha Peter.