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Jaipur Rugs to show wide variety of carpets at ICE
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Oct '15
Jaipur Rugs, a marketer of hand knotted branded carpets will be showcasing its widest ever variety of its products at India Carpet Expo (ICE), which will be held from October 11-14, 2015 in Varanasi.

“This year, Jaipur Rugs will have the biggest stand at the event, showcasing the widest- ever variety of the company’s award-winning rugs,” a press release from the company stated.

“At ICE, visitors can get close and personal with beautiful works created by Jaipur’s leading designers and its unique pan India network of artisans,” it added.

Jaipur Rugs has partnered with award-winning designers from around the globe including Kavi from India, Jenny Jones from Australia and Luli Sanchez from the U.S.

“A network of 40,000 artisans from across 600 villages create carpets for Jaipur Rugs, who are given fair wages and further training and education in order to uplift their lives and communities,” the company informed.

“This year’s expo promises to be an exciting event and we are proud to be able to showcase our talented artisans’ creations in the biggest stand at ICE,” Yogesh Chaudhary, director, Jaipur Rugs said.

“Our hardworking artisans create gorgeous, one-of-a-kind carpets and we want the world to see the fruits of their labour,” he too added.

Asia’s largest carpet expo will take place at Sampurnanand Sanskrit University Ground in Varanasi and is organised by the Carpet Export Promotion Council of India.

ICE provides a platform for international buyers to discover the most beautiful handmade carpets, rugs and other floor coverings from across India.

Jaipur Rugs is a manufacturer of hand knotted carpets and follows a social business model which puts emphasis on empowering marginalised communities by providing sustainable livelihood to artisans. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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