A variety of products, fabrics and garments made of bamboo, jute, cane, cotton and silk from the Northeast are on display and sale in the city. They are part of an exhibition from the Northeast, which began on Wednesday. It will end on March 19.
It is being organised by North-Eastern Handicrafts and Handlooms Development Corporation Ltd., with financial assistance from the Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Union Ministry of Textiles.
There are 150 stalls, including 75 from seven north-eastern States. The stalls have bamboo products (plant-holders, baskets, bags and bamboo root art), silk (“Muga” and “Eri”), cane furniture, jute footwear, and dried flowers.