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    The ongoing Hunar Mahotsav at Gymkhana Ground in Secunderabad is attracting visitors with its exquisite array of rare artifacts. From Kashmiri suits to Bhagalpuri silk sarees and Rajasthani wooden furniture to Indian dishes, everything is available in one platform. This expo, organised by Hunar Mahotsav in association with Gandhi Smriti Darshan Samiti (GSDS) in New Delhi, showcases India’s rich heritage of crafts, cuisine, and culture. It started on March 28 and will end on April 8, aiming to provide artisans with direct exposure to the market.

    Over 200 artisans and craftsmen from more than 25 States/Union Territories are participating, including Telangana, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Nagaland, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh. One artisan from Bangladesh is showcasing Dhakai Jamdani, a renowned textile representing the country’s rich history and heritage. Visitors can explore rare handmade indigenous products made of clay, wood, iron, brass, marble, glass, and more.

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    The expo also features stalls offering traditional cuisine from various regions of the country. Muslim Khan from Uttar Pradesh showcases handcrafted brass metalware, while Rohit offers a diverse range of customised ittars at affordable prices. Yang from Nagaland has brought a unique glass bead necklace, crafted using natural materials found in the hilly regions of Northeast India. Johny from Bangladesh is excited to showcase Dhakai Jamdani sarees in Hyderabad for the first time.

    With Ugadi and Ramzan approaching, the Hunar Mahotsav is a great opportunity for visitors to explore and purchase unique handmade products while supporting artisans directly.

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