Large croud is turning up at a textile exhibition underway at the Bhagyamala auditorium of Chandrasekharan Nair stadium.
The expo, organised by the khadi and Village Industries Commission, features a host of product, with the saris from West Bengal being the highlight.
A stall of the Kerala Sarvodaya Sangh includes a vary of product at a 30% discount. Cotton churidar material, khadi shirt and material, readmade shirt and kurtas, silk shirts, white material, mundu, bedsheets, and so on are available at the expo.
There are a lot of stalls from west bengal that sell saris in numerous materials and styles. It also includes cotton, cotton silk, jute silk, raw silk, tussar, Kantha, Tant cotton and Tant Banarasi, loom silk and so on.
The starting price of the materials is Rs. 800 after all the discounts.
There are also several stalls that sell Kolhapuri chappals, bags, belts, wallets, jackets, pillows, soaps, bedsheets, towels, and lungis.
On the first floor of the stall, there are stalls that sell Bangal sarees including hand decorated saris, dress material, and bedsheets. There are also different product like cane and bamboo furniture; soaps; cereal powders like arrowroot, maize rava, palm flour, rice like bamboo and navara, and rice flakes; banana, jute and different fibre product like luggage, purses, handbags, keychains, table mats, footwear, and so on.
There is one stall that sells handicrafts made up of animal horn. Lemongrass oil, dipteran repellant, iron knives, honey are out there.