Celebrating art and handicrafts

first_imgAmidst variety of festivals and exhibitions this season, art enthusiasts can visit ‘Master Creations’ which is being held in the national Capital.Traditional handicrafts will be showcased in Master creations which is being organised by the office of the development commissioner handicrafts, Ministry of Textiles, government of India, where artists from across the country have come together and showcase their craft through more than 150 stalls. The fifteen day exhibition cum sale aims to attract people to visit the variety of stalls at Dilli haat INA.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Titled Master creations, the exhibition, was inaugurated by Santosh Gangwar, Ministry of Textile, government of India on Wednesday and was followed by a cultural programme. The main aim behind organising this fair is to promote artists and generate wide market for them.The handicrafts which will be exhibited in this national handicrafts fair include jute products, terracotta arts and craft,  wooden crafts, stone crafts, mithila paintings, Sikki Arts, bamboo arts, wall hangings, home decorative items and other famous product of handicrafts.last_img