Jawahar Kala Kendra, a place that houses all things fancy and all things quirky. Be ready to find all things under one roof that cater to handicrafts and textile, home décor and jewellery and a lot more. Shoppers coming in an abundant number and splurging out their money on all these gorgeous and fancy items is just a very common sight to see here. We are taking you to the Sahara Arts and Crafts Exhibition that’s taking place in the interiors of Jawahar Kala Kendra.
There are colourful kiosks that beautifully arrange before you and showcase the handicraft items all over the kiosk for you to gaze at and pick from amongst the rest. These handicraft items are from across the diverse states of the country. Be prepared to be spoilt for choice as soon as you enter the exhibition and stand amongst the stalls.
Offering you multiplicity for items and designs and patterns further to charm you, each and every stall has a unique and distinguished item to offer. Brass products from the state of Uttar Pradesh, carpets and rugs from Jammu and Kashmir, not far behind are the Pattachitra traditional cloth-based scroll paintings from the state of Orissa.
Embroidered Lucknowi suits and sarees from Lucknow just become every woman’s favourite here. Every stall here at the Sahara Arts and Crafts Exhibition will cast a spell on you with their magical collection of items.
The exhibition not only caters to handicrafts, textile and home décor items but also to gemstones, hand-painted saris and marble products for people who are admirers of these.
As mentioned that Sahara Arts and Crafts Exhibition also had jewellery being exhibited, these jewellery are oxidized in nature and are in-line with the fashion trend. Kurtas and more were also on display for the people who experiment and are wardrobe maniacs.
A businessman Devendra Chawla expressed that the exhibition charms you with a lot of creative items and styles that hail down from diverse parts of the country and that’s the best part of the Sahara Arts and Crafts Exhibition.
A stall owner Momin Mohammad shared his selling experience and quoted that Jaipur serves as a good place for him when it comes to business and expanding the same. The stall owners who set up their stalls here always we try to offer and bring forth something new and conceptualized before the potential shoppers of the Pink City.
A fashion jewellery lover and a shopper at the Sahara Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Shivani Lodha expressed that she loves funky jewellery. The reason she likes to visit and make a purchase from the Sahara Arts and Crafts Exhibition is because she gets a lot of variety to choose from and that too without burning her pocket. Oxidized earrings are her favourite jewellery to pick.
The Sahara Arts and Crafts Exhibition is taking place in the South Lawns of Jawahar Kala Kendra and the exhibition will conclude on September 4, 2016. The timings to visit for the exhibition are from 10.30 am in the morning to 09.30 pm in the night time.