Manali Rathod launches Shrujan Kutchi Hand Embroidery Exhibition at Banjara Hills, Hyderabad
Shrujan 1 breads of Life, a Non profit organization Located in Gujarat organized, 3-day Shrujan Kutchi Hand Embroideries Exhibition at Veeves
Boutique, Road no 14, Near Asha Hospital, Banjara Hills.
Tollywood Actress Manali Rathod Formally Inaugurated the Exposition."Platforms such as this are required to reach out women looking for well designed handmade silk wear and cotton saris & exclusive home textile, Which can see the blend of different style and concept of embroidenes"said, Manali Rathod.
"Designers like Smt Chandaben Shroff, Harita kapoor, Swati Dalai, Shimoli Shah and Keyur put in their souls and minds together to bring about the best depiction of these embroideries for urban customers.* said Shrujan Embroidery Designer - Datta Sawanth
Featuring onqinal hand embroidery products by 4000 women in 125 villages of Kutch, use their creativity and skills to create exquisite hand embroidery that is fashioned into high end apparels and home furnishings for urban and international markets'he added.
The exhibition will be on till 17th October 2015
16 different types of embroideries
The Exhibition showcases 16 different types of embroideries, which have been social and cultural symbols of kutchhi communities and are passed from mothers to their daughters. Embroideries such as aari, ahr, chakan, gotanv, jat fakiram, jat garasiya, kambiro & Khuditebha, kharek, mukkko, neran, pakko, rabari, soof on exquisite sarees, kurtas, dupattas, stoles, mufflars, tops, quilts, ihawls and life style products such as bags, mobile covers, wall hangings, Home furnishings are the main features of this exposition.
Started in 1969, Shrujan used the wealth and wisdom of the ancient craft of hand embroidery to enable 30 crafts women from Dhaneti village of kutch to secure for themselves a sustainable yet home based means of livelihood.
Started by Smt Chanda Shroff, a Rolex award laureate, Shrujan has now become a successful model of providing dignified livelihoods for women artisans who work from their homes in villages and are connected to urban markets through the silken threads of life that shrujan