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Slideshow: Handicraft exhibition by Exim Bank

| Updated on September 28, 2018 Published on September 28, 2018

Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank) has been supporting and curating grassroots enterprises and craftsmen across India, in the areas of product development, design & packaging sensitization, with the twin-objective of reviving the traditional arts and crafts of India besides affording a sustainable means of livelihood to the artisans.

The Bank, through its training programmers and workshops, has been able to motivate second generation artisans into learning ancestral crafts, build a sustainable business and help gain due recognition for the various arts and crafts, at several platforms across India and overseas.

In order to further strengthen these efforts, Exim Bank has organized an exclusively curated exhibition-cum-sale of Handmade traditional & contemporary arts, crafts and textiles from across India.

The three-day event, ‘Exim Bazaar’ is being held from September 28 to 30, 2018 at the Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai.

This exhibition will bring together the best of traditional and contemporary crafts like handwoven pashmina, crystal jewellery, madhubani paintings, paithani sarees, block printed garments and home decor, punjabi mojri, bidriware, terracotta, warli, meenakari, chanderi and many more of such exquisite crafts under one roof. Over 60 participants will exhibit their craft at the Exim Bazaar.

Published on September 28, 2018