Monday, 7 October 2019

Karva Chauth–Diwali Themed Exhibition ‘Afreen’ Starts: Thailand Stalls Become Centre of Attraction

By 121 News

Chandigarh 07th October:- To make the forthcoming festival Karva Chauth – which is a celebration of the bond of love between husband & wife both memorable and colorful, an exhibition – 'Afreen' has begun at Himachal Bhawan, Sector 28, Chandigarh. The exhibition is themed on the upcoming festival of 'Karva Chauth' and 'Diwali'.

The exhibition which will be on from October 5 till Monday-October 7, is being organised by Planning Gurus in collaboration with Royal Day Events.

Thirty(30) exhibitors from across the country have brought  fresh, elegant & ethnic designer wear and other lifestyle-enhancing products. The stalls from Thailand are also attracting eyeballs with their authentic Thai products in the genre of ladies' accessories, bags and much more.

Rattandeep Singh Walia, Director of the Planning Gurus said that the exhibition is totally dedicated to the upcoming 'Karva Chauth' and the other festivals on the horizon. The exhibitors have come from across India under one roof with exclusively designed suits, sarees, lehengas etc. The exhibition also has exclusive items like 'Miniature Karva Thalis', designer earthen lamps and lots more.

A unique feature at the exhibition is the fillip it is giving to women artisans from rural areas of tricity. Label 'Plumtales by Kuhu Enterprises' which is owned by a young entrepreneur Rupali Saini,  has roped in rural women living in Chandigarh's vicinity, to create beautiful stuffed toys like dolls, giraffes and pencil toppers, bookmarks and posters.

Pooja Chaudhary, Director of the Royal Day Events added that keeping in mind the upcoming festival season, we have tried to curate an exhibition which is a one-stop-destination for all. Apart from that we also have a good range of jewellery, traditional & western wear collections, apparels and home décor items available at very reasonable rates; for tricity residents.

The exhibition witnessed a heavy footfall on its opening day. At the exhibition décor items which have been made especially for the festive season like torans (decorative door hangings) which can also be lit up, murals and colorful diyas are catching the attention of women and young girls.  

At the exhibition, visitors flocked to see the comprehensive range of beautiful designer long dresses & suits from Agra being presented by the 'Sufiyaan Couture'.  

'Shilpa Designer Clothing' from Ludhiana is displaying some magnificent designer dresses, while a city-based studio 'Arth' by Leena also has showcased designed dresses & suits.

 A city based label - 'Kaaya Casual & Ethnic', which is showcasing at an exhibition for the first time, presented beautifully designed dresses and suits. 'Nouri from Chandigarh' is also there with a lot of designer dresses for ladies there are bed sheets from Jaipur too available.

Jewellery items were not far behind the other products in any way, as women and young girls gathered at stalls displaying exclusive traditional jewellery items. 'Runway Fashion Jewellery' is attracting a lot of attention.

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