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Rajasthan state Handloom Development Corporation (RHDC), central department of Handlooms and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) on Wednesday started a five-day long workshop ‘Colors of Rajasthan – an exclusive exhibition of handloom products from Rajasthan’ at Kalinga Hall, Hyderabad.
Mohammad Mahmood Ali, deputy chief minister of Telangana, was the chief guest for the programme and inaugurated the exhibition whereas Shuchi Sharma, managing director RHDC, was the guest of Honour.
Ali took a keen interest and admired the craftsmanship displayed in the products and commended the efforts put up by RHDC and FICCI to provide a marketing platform like “Colors of Rajasthan” to the artisans. Devendra Surana, chairman, FICCI – Telangana state council; Padma Rajgopal , chairperson , FICCI ladies organisation (FLO) Hyderabad chapter; Nayab Khan, chief general manager, RHDC and Akhilesh Mahurkar, head , FICCI – Telangana state council were also present on the occasion.
Shuchi Sharma informed that more than 30 artisans from Rajasthan are exhibiting their unique products which include Kota doria, zari sarees, zari dupattas, dyed yawn dress material, self designed dress materials, jewelry & lac items, bandhej, mojri, cotton razai, cotton khes, designer bed covers and Sanganeri, Bagru and Barmari prints. Nayab Khan said that that artisans in Rajasthan are producing a wide range of products based on diversified culture, traditions and heritage and explained how RHDC is helping the artisans by providing them access to capital, technology and markets.