6 Senses Handicraft Exhibition Concludes


6 Senses Handicraft Exhibition Concludes

A three day exhibition cum sale of exclusive handicraft and gift items came to an end today at Baba Art Gallery. The exhibition organized by 6 Senses Handicrafts had displayed some of the most enduring gift items, handmade by women artisan and sculptors working in small cottage industries of the city.

 
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6 Senses Handicraft Exhibition Concludes

A three day exhibition cum sale of exclusive handicraft and gift items came to an end today at the Baba Art Gallery. The exhibition organized by 6 Senses Handicrafts had displayed some of the most enduring gift items, handmade by women artisan and sculptors working in small cottage industries of the city.

Beautifully colored and designed artifacts made of wood, fiber, textile, terracotta and clay were put up on sale at Baba Art Gallery, Panchwati.  The exhibition cum sale started on 20th Oct and ended today; however, the goods are available for purchase at 6 Senses Workshop at Ashok Nagar main road.

6 Senses Handicraft Exhibition Concludes

According to Asha Singh, one of the founder members of the organization, the exhibition was successful and the customers admired the wide range of products that were put on display.  Most of the items are best for gifting, as it is a festive season.

Singh told UT that they had first purchased these items from the craftswomen working in several cottage industries and then put them on display and sale.  “By this, we are promoting local and traditional art form and trying to help these women”, said Singh.

6 Senses Handicraft Exhibition Concludes

More than 50 varieties of goods, like Rangoli, Clay Pot, Diya, flower pot, wind chimes, idols of Gods and Goddesses, bags, etc. were kept for display.  The prices of all the items ranged from Rs.20 to Rs.2000.

6 Senses Handicraft is owned by six friends, Jyoti Godawat, Mamta Bohra, Mamta Joshi, Asha Singh, Prem Nahar and Ishita Bhuta.  The company was started in year 2007 with an objective to promote Indian handicraft; 6 Senses also tries to use natural and sustainable material in their products.

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