A fortnight-long Sri Lankan crafts mela featuring masks, rush and reed work, lacquer ware, ceramic ware, wooden toys, batik and jewellery opens at Dilli Haat in Sri Aurobindo Marg on October 29.

The National Crafts Council of Sri Lanka and the High Commission of Sri Lanka in India in cooperation with the Office of the Development Commissioner of Handicrafts of India are organising ‘Shilpa Sri Lanka-2010' craft exhibition for the third consecutive year.

Master craftspersons

Twelve master craftspersons selected by the National Crafts Council from the island country have come out with a range of exquisite items that would be on display at the fare. The exhibition has been organised to open new avenues for the artistes to enter the international handicrafts market.

The exhibition is open up to November 11.