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Popular Handicraft Fairs of India

21 December 2010- Handicrafts of India are popular world over for their exquisite beauty and the artistic workmanship with which they are made by the skilled craftsmen of India. If you are searching for places where you can find these handicrafts of India, there is no better places than the popular handicrafts fairs of India which are organized from time to time at particular places in India. Some of these handicrafts fairs are permanent and you can visit them anytime while some others are held annually at prescribed dates and prescribed venues. This article lists both the types of handicrafts fairs of India.
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Suraj Kund Handicrafts Fair India Suraj Kund handicrafts fair is one of the most popular fairs of India. Popular by the name Surajkund Crafts Mela, it is hosted by the Surajkund Mela Authority comprising every year during February 1-15. It showcases Indian arts, crafts, culture and tradition at their best. This crafts fair is held at Suraj Kund in the state of Haryana which is just a few kilometers away from New Delhi, the capital of India. Surajkund handicrafts fair has been taking place for the last 20 years. You can find all types of Indian handicrafts here right from carved wooden furniture of Saharanpur to tie and die textile arts of Rajasthan. Award winning craftsmen and artisans of India showcase their special handicrafts items in this fair.

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SurajKund Handicrafts Fair
SurajKund Handicrafts Fair
India International Trade Fair (IITF) is organized every year at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi during the month of November. It is a trade fair by nature but has the finest collections of handicrafts of India. For the first few days, only business community dealing in handicrafts is given entry to to this international trade fair after which it is open to the general public. Here you can find huge pavilions of all the states of India including specialty handicrafts of Indian states . Not only Indian states, but traders and craftspersons of other countries too participate in this trade fair cum handicrafts fair. It is a grand platform for finding all types of Indian handicrafts under single roof.

Shilpgram- Village of Crafts Udaipur India As Rajasthan and its handicrafts have become popular all over the world, Shilpgram -the "Village of Crafts" is just the right place for crafts lovers searching for Rajasthan handicrafts. Shilpgram represents ethnic arts and crafts of India, particularly of Rajasthan. All the handicrafts in this "Permanent Handicrafts fair" are the specimens of art and craft showcased by the original artists themselves. Shilpgram is located 3 kilometers to the west of Fateh Sagar Lake in Udaipur Rajasthan. So, when you visit Rajasthan and want to shop handicrafts of this ethnic state, don't forget to go to Udaipur and find some exquisite crafts items in Shilpgram.

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