The silk saree exhibition 2015 recently winded up at Goregaon, Mumbai. The main highlight of the sale cum exhibition was the fine and rich heritage of silk sarees from different parts of India. Exhibitors from almost all parts of India showcased their artistic work. The major attraction was the hand made sarees by weavers. The response was very good. Womens were accompanied by their husbands , relatives and kids. Every one seem to have a good time, enjoying their shopping. The range of silk sarees exhibited were Kanjeevaram silk, Mysore silk, Chanderi, Kota, Uppada, Jamdani, Georgette,Crepe,Chiffon, Paithani, Banarasi. In simple words, all types of silk sarees were available. The main usp of the exhibition was quality of fabric. In addition, exhibitors generously offered good discounts. It was a satisfying shopping for saree loving people. You can have a look at the clip of exhibition and some images, if you were not present at the exhibition.
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