this is a non-profitable organisation working for the crafts and craftsmen in India and the unparalled levels of proficiency and excellence attained by india artisans in their vocation through a fusion of traditional crafts with enduring innovation
the various handloom items available at the exhibition are banaras silk sarees, lucknow chikan work, carpets, kantha work silk sarees, cotton sarees, pouchanpalli handloom,Bahalpur silk and material, kalamkari works, Corsia hand work, chandhar silk, patiyala Pholkari works, Pholkari bedsheets, hand block prints, sofaset covers, cut work, silk cushion cover handloom items cotton sarees from orissa, silk sarees, and sambal puri Ikat sarees items.
the incredible range of exhibits also incldues heritage collection of textile handlooms, stone painting artifical jewellery, 1 gm jewellery and palm leaf painting, orissa Dokara brass work and wall ironing pieces besides there are also Jaipur Bangles, German silver silk and velvet painting and 3D paints. also rose wood caving, artificial vegetable, kashmir wooden furniture and lac bangles from Rajasthan
the exhibition also incudes a display of home linen and dress material from all over the country.
The home linen display from Rajasthan with traditioanl Rajhasthan designs are also long lasting and are also economically priced. another colourful display of home linen includes the handloom curtain of Tamil Nadu priced from Rs 175 onwards. dress material from all over india are also available
there are also black metal statues of hindu Gods and show pieces and also there are brass artifacts and white metal which includes Jewel boxes key holder wall hanging and a whole lot of intresting articles. the exhibition also has kashmir wooden furniture carved in walnut wood and besides these there is also a whole range of interesting wooden handicrafts as well. the exhibition is open for the public from 10.30 am to 7.30 pm.