The exhibition was launched by Revenue Divisional Officer S. Venkata Rao and can be called as the perfect place to shop for college-going girls.
Fathers can now relax as the mother and daughter go out and shop to their heart’s content at the reasonably priced Lepakshi crafts mela, inaugurated on Friday in the Mogal Exhibition Hall.
The exhibition was launched by Revenue Divisional Officer S. Venkata Rao and can be called as the perfect place to shop for college-going girls because of its pocket-friendly prices. The exhibition displays a wide variety of items from single stone studs to pretty little anklets for the girls. There are a lot of imitation jewellery sets, kurtis, dress materials and also pure leather bags on sale at this exhibition.
Apart from these items for the young crowd, the exhibition-cum-sale also has items for the older generation like cotton bed spreads, sarees, and dresses for kids, shirts for men etc. There are also a few decorative items like Kondappali toys, wall hangings and replicas of Taj Mahal on sale at the exhibition.
The exhibition has a 10 per cent discount on handicrafts and 20 per cent discount on handlooms. Organised to increase the awareness and importance of handlooms among the general public, it has some of the items on display like Nirmal paintings, Banjara embroidery, pearls from Hyderabad, gold-plated ornaments, silver jewellery, wood carvings, just handicrafts etc.
In the handloom section there are daily wear sarees from Pochampally, Venkatagiri, Bengali cotton, Madhurai etc and Mangalagiri dress materials along with bed sheets from Kalamkari and Jaipur. This exhibition-cum-sale organised by the Lepakshi Handicrafts Emporium will be open to August 5, daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.