Weavers from India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives and Sri Lanka are participating at the exhibition, where handloom products from their respective countries will be on display and on sale.
The objectives of the event is to execute and display the skills of the weavers, as well as bring them to one platform for interaction, and help them find new markets and new market trend.
Most importantly, it is to educate visitors, both domestic and foreigners about the unique and fascinating technique involved in weaving and to highlight the traditional handloom of the region.
Ministry of Culture
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