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National Handicrafts Fair provides platform to traditional artisans

National Handicrafts Fair “Master Creation” in New Delhi will provide a direct marketing platform to artisans/weavers
National Handicrafts Fair provides platform to traditional artisans

The National Handicrafts Fair “Master Creation” at Dilli Haat, New Delhi will provide a direct marketing platform for innovative products developed by 120 handicrafts and 42 Handlooms master artisans/weavers from all across the country.

Union Textiles Minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar will inaugurate the Fair today, which will be on till 15th of December, 2015.

The event will showcase the best of Indian handicrafts in quality, design and versatility from all over the country. The Council proposes to organise the event in a bigger way by giving wide publicity and also organize a thematic display at Dilli Haat for the benefit of the master craft person/weavers. A cultural programme, representing the folk art is also being organized on the occasion.

The Fair is being promoted and marketed by Council of Handicrafts Development Corporation (COHANDS), with financial assistance from the office of Development Commissioner (Handicrafts). Secretary (Textiles) will be the guest of honour. Development Commissioner (Handicrafts) & (Handlooms) and other dignitaries will also be present on the occasion.  

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