India - The internationally acclaimed, 24th Surajkund Crafts Mela, the annual textile and handicraft festival which begun on February 1 at Surajkund in Faridabad is magnetizing people to visit the exhibition. The fair being one of the major events of its kind in the country is to go on till February 15.
Over 400 Indian artisans, from 23 States across the country are here to exhibit their unique products encompassing finest silk and cotton handloom textile and handicraft characterizing its origin. The product range covers handloom textile, dress material, pottery, paintings, leather goods, stone and wooden sculptures, jewellery, and much more. Each line of product apart from being rural is also attributed with ethnicity.
Diverse products right from cotton handloom saris from Sambalpur of Orissa, Karnataka’s silk handloom saris and dress material, kantha saris of West Bengal, goat leather lampshades, wall hangings and stone and wooden sculptures of Andhra Pradesh and bamboo items of north-eastern states, to silken carpets of Kashmir are all available under one roof.