BENGALURU: Bagh prints, the geometrical and floral designs made from vegetable prints, will be one of the rare exhibits at GoSwadeshi exhibition, in Banashankari 2nd Stage, which will close today at 8.30 pm.
The event is to bring handloom weaves from across India and start an interaction between artisans, who will be attending the event, and the consumers. The organiser, GoCoop, hopes that this will help the artisans get an understanding of the consumer’s changing expectations.
On display will be sarees, fabrics, home furnishingss and apparels. One of the stalls will also sell sarees from Desi Charaka, which is a weavers’ cooperative set up in North Karnataka. This is being led by a theatre personality Heggodu Prasanna. There will also be Ikkat and Kadua from Orissa and Lambani embroidered clothes from Sandur.
Products will be priced between Rs 1,500 and Rs 6,000. The exhibition is being held at Sahakara Samudaya Bhavan, Regional Institute of Co-operative Management, #67, Padmanabha Nagar, near Deve Gowda Petrol Pump.