From paper painting to rare weaving techniques, traditional arts and crafts from all over the country, in all their varied hues and textures, are on display at Hastakala, a 10-day exhibition at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat here.

Be it blue pottery, miniature paintings, lac work from Rajasthan or stoles from Kashmir, shoppers are in for a treat as over 100 stalls will display geographically unique wares from remote corners of the country.

The main attractions at the fair include Tussar silk from Bihar and Jharkhand, phulkar and jamdani weaves from West Bengal, chanderi handloom from Madhya Pradesh, kantha work from Chhattisgarh and Kanchipuram saris.

The exhibition, which was inaugurated on Friday by Minister for Kannada and Culture Govind M. Karjol, will continue till February 26.

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