Kutch Handicraft exhibition inaugurated by Mr. Mangal Prabhat Lodha, MLA, Malabar Hill, Mumbai at Sundarbai Hall (Churchgate). Also seen are Mr. Chetan Shah, Managing Director of Ashapura Group of Industries and Mrs. Dina Shah.
Mr. Narendra Modi, honourable Chief Minister of Gujarat, visited Craft Park on 7th October 2006. Also seen in the photograph are Mr. Chetan Shah and Mr. Tarachand Cheda –An active leader of Kutch
Shri Modi at Park Mr Shah explaining the motto Mr Modi enlightened with activity National award winner Gabhubhai showing his masterpiece
Mr Modi is signing on the sketch made by Painter Ashok Jani Mr Modi at Hiralaxmi Craft Park Mrs Dina Shah Director of Craft Park at Mumbai Exhibition Mrs Dina Shah with Pujya Baa
Chaitali Shah Showing her elegent craft Mr Chetan Shah & Mr Lodha viewing activity chart of Trust Deep Jyoti Namostute Mr Kapadia Trustee explains to foreign visitors
Visitors at Mumbai Exhibition Shri R. K. Purohit MLA Warm Welcome to Mr Raj Purohit by Mrs Dina Shah Mr Shah presenting gift to Mr Raj Purohit at Mumbai Exhibition
Dr. Shubha Raul - Mayor of Mumbai The High Commissionar Of Shrilanka to India C.R.JAYashugha Visited The Park Mr. Chetan Shah
Mrs. Dina Shah
Tie And Dye(Bandhani)
Tie and Dye, popularly known as Bandhani, is a famous traditional handwork of the Kutch district.
Wood Carving
Wood carving has an ancient tradition in India. Beautiful woodwork is done on the occasion of marriages etc.
Leather Work
The leather puppets of Andhra Pradesh trace their origins back to around 200 B.C. travelled the countryside.
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