Hastakala MahaKumbh Mela organized at Kanerimath, Kolhapur

We were invited to be a part of this exhibition, which is one of the most exclusive ones among all the Exhibitions for handicrafts. We had showcased almost ten different categories like Kolhapuri Chappals, Kolhapuri jewellery, Fashion Jewellery, Handmade baskets, nauvari sarees, readymade Dhotis. All our artisans got good sales. The exhibition was visited by many dignitaries and Govt. officials. Finally all our artisans were felicitated by Param Pujiya Kadasiddheshwar Swamiji

Visit of Ministry of Textiles at Yalgud

Asst.Director Shri. Chadrashekhar Singh Sir visited our office at Kolhapur and our group of artisans at Yalgud, who are skilled in making the traditional kolhapuri jewellery. He addressed the artisans ,all the facilities that DC office is providing them if they are getting connected with it. #Handicrafts #Arts #Crafts #Artisans #Traditional Jewellery #governmentofIndia

Illkal Sarees & Guledagudda Khan Fabric- A Tradition of Handlooom

We had visited the cluster where authentically the Illkal sarees are weaved. We felt very sorry to see the Handlooms are now replaced by Power looms and the original art is in the verge of dying. But still the beauty of original sari is everlasting. We were amazed to know that it takes around 28 days to make such one authentic sari on handloom. We were then moved 50kms away from Illkal to Guledagudda where there is the origin of Khana fabric. This fabric is loved by almost ea