QUEEN’S ROAD: As a land of varied cultures, languages, customs and festivals, colours define India. These beautiful hues have been brought under one roof at APS College Grounds, Basavanagudi, as part of the 53rd edition of the Bengaluru Ganesh Utsava.
The ‘Colours of India’ fair is nothing less than a beautiful amalgamation of the country with contributions from every state. The Shree Vidyaranya Yuvaka Sangha’s Bengaluru Ganesh Utsava
is known for its musical treats and the traditional feast. This year, the organisers’ focus was on bringing a little bit of everything to the table.
Be it juthis (footwear) from Jaipur, saris from West Bengal and Tamil Nadu, marble knick-knacks from Rajasthan, furniture from Gujarat or leather products from Kanpur, the fair has it all. A wide variety of silk saris, jewellery, homemade nibbles and home artifacts are available.