‘Silk India’— an exhibition cum sale starts at Kisan Bhawan, Chandigarh

As wedding bells chime it’s time for you to get decked up with ravishing Indian silk.

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‘Silk India’— an exhibition cum sale starts at Kisan Bhawan, Chandigarh: Silk India’-an exhibition cum sale is opening its doors to the discerning people of Chandigarh, Exhibition starting from today is open to public till 30th Jan 2023 at Kisan Bhawan, Sector 35 A, Chandigarh.

‘Silk India’— an exhibition cum sale starts at Kisan BhawanThe expo is open to visitors from 11am to 8:30 pm.

‘Silk India’-an exhibition cum sale is successfully bringing together Artistes with national recognition from all over India putting on display the best of their intricate works on sale. This B2C ‘business-to-customer Expo is hosting more than 70 renowned designers and weavers from all over India.

Silk India’ — an exhibition cum sale, is an initiative by Gramin Haskala Vikas Samiti– to connect consumers and weavers on one platform and puts forward works by the artisans and craftsmen from all over India, which includes Bunkar craft from Chhattisgarh, sarees, Kantha-stitch silk sarees, Baylusaree, Tangail from West Bengal, Lucknow Chikan work, Banarasi-silk Jamdani silk sarees and Chiffon sarees from Varanasi.

A wide collection of dress materials are on sale, which will help you to flaunt your haute couture on that special night. You will have ample opportunity to choose between Bandhej, block and Sanganeri print from Rajasthan and Gathjoda, Bandhini & Patola from Gujarat and Khadi silk, Tussar silk, etc — all under one roof.

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People who are fond of South-Indian silk can end their search here as a huge range of Kanjeevaram sarees with traditional motifs will be on display.  Not only this, suits woven in Dharmavaram style, gold zari bordered sarees and Gadhwal sarees of Andhra Pradesh will entice you to buy one for your wardrobe.

So, before you finalize your list of what to buy and what not while making the wedding plans do not forget to visit ‘Silk India’ — an exhibition cum sale — that houses a wide range of sarees and dress materials made of silk fabric.

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