The event occurred in the last days of October and in first week of November 2021 at Sapphire 83 mall in Gurugram. Handicrafts and Artisans came up with varied items on display. The bustling evenings of purchases with people and the sense of satisfaction on their faces were visible. The artisans displaying exquisite items from varied regions including sarees , scented candles and pottery , was actually worth seeing and purchasing . The three day event was interesting in terms of people getting bedazzled with products on display.
The regions were from Varnasi (UP), Odisha ,West Bengal , Gujarat and Maharashtra. All of the states came up with their best items and articles for sale. The sales were decent and pretty good exposure for the artisans and they got to know more about their client demands.
The handicrafts are considered to be a lost art, but again it has revived and the importance of cottage industries is being realized. Preserving and promoting the traditional art forms just by such conventions and events are to be conducted . Karfa has taken a mighty and calculated step to promote the artisans at the international platform.
Our Country India, having various regions and various cultures. Handicrafts and artisans associated with this line are the vital part of our culture and traditions. The handicrafts culture are spread extensively along the length and breadth of our country . The moment somebody thinks about handicraft and artisans, the first region that comes into our mind is Rajasthan . The vibrant colors and exuberance which this state exhibits leaves a colorful imprint on human memory. This is just one state what we actually talking about. Now, states like Gujarat, Rann Of Kutch also share the similar experience when it comes to art and handicraft. The Cultures and art work hailing from the Konkan Region , reminds of the freshness in the art work , which is well depicted in their works
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