Indian handicraft gets special attention at Vivaha Wedding Exhibition

L-R, Tarn Sharda, Shahnaz Hussain, Delhi BJP chief and MP Manoj Tiwari, Social Activist Parull Mahaajan at Vivaha event, New Delhi

Indian handicraft is famous all over the world. The indigenous products consist of a huge variety of products made by the rural population of the country. It’s very important to promote made in India products to increase the demand for the Indigenous products in the world and something like that is happening at Vivaha, Asia’s Most Luxurious Wedding Exhibition, which is underway at Ashoka Hotel, New Delhi from Friday to Sunday.

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The event features a lavish range of wedding accessories and bridal wear. This year the organisers, Tarun Sharda and Ratika Seth are looking beyond profit as they teamed up with social activist Parull Mahaajan to help the local artisans and weavers of the country to get their fair share of recognition in the country.

“It takes 25 days to weave one saree for a weaver, it’s very important for them to get themselves recognition and fair price for their efforts,” Parull Mahaajan said.


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