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IITF 2015 and Indian Sarees
The 35th edition of India International trade Fair 2015 has kick started at its favourite venue of Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. Once again, the people of Delhi are crowding this venue to indulge in the best form of shopping where they can explore the arts and crafts not only from the different states of the country but also from the other nations of the world. This year, IITF has introduced Indian handlooms at this expo. This step is taken well especially by the women who can now get the dekko at some of the best handloom products here.
These products include Indian sarees and other Indian dresses like unstitched salwar suits, shawls, stole, etc. Whether you are looking for a shimmering silk saree or Mangalgiri cotton sarees, there are plenty of them available here. The sellers from the textile cities of the country have their stalls at IITF 2015 to cater the growing demands of these beautiful handloom Indian sarees.
Indian sarees available at this expo also encompasses the delicate Banarasi Tanchhoi sarees, ikkat sarees, and Kanchipuram sarees. These Indian dresses have a global appeal due to their intricate patterns and versatility. As such, buyers from other parts of the world are also flocking these stalls to know more about them and buy these striking sarees.
The handloom pavilion of IITF is attracting huge crowd from the day one, open for the businesses only. Here, Indian sarees are available at attractive prices. They may be slightly higher in price but are certified for their high quality. This is specifically ensured by the Ministry of Textiles. The Government has taken steps to make a brand called ‘India Handloom’ and certify the genuine sellers under this label. Hence, this is the best opportunity to buy authentic Indian fabrics and dresses from this pavilion as the sellers have the label of Ministry attached with their products.
Here, the varieties of sarees are varied and attractive. The latest designs of the sarees are exhibited at this event. The intricate work of Maheshwari sarees, Kerala’s Kasava sarees, and Chanderi sarees will surely allure you to own one. These Indian dresses are charming and absolutely traditional in designs. At the same time, they are eternal in their appeal. So, you needn’t worry about your style. You can wear these sarees to any occasion, be it a wedding, festival, or party. In fact, many leading fashion designers and designer houses are also working to promote these sarees and dresses among their elite clientele.
So, visit IITF 2015 and indulge in the most intriguing Indian dresses shopping there.
Author : This article has been written by a fashion designer who is working with kalkifashion.com. He provides the information about latest fashion.