Sampoorn, the society for Crafts & Crafts People is hosting Sampoorn Santhe – an exhibition featuring over 80 craft groups showcasing handcrafted products and handwoven textiles. Sampoorn Santhe is on till June 23 from 11 am to 8 pm at United Theological College, Benson Town. The grand 10 day santhe comprises art, craft, apparels, home décor and furniture pop shops from across India. From traditional Lambani art to eco friendly cutlery, Sampoorn Santhe will have a range of unique products under one roof. If you love wooden artefacts, check out Maya organic from Channapatna. Apart from this, you can also shop for a range of antique and metal jewellery, pots, board games, paintings and Rajasthani traditional food. Love all things recycled? Check out Chatur Chidiya at Sampoorn Santhe! This Gujarat based brand focuses on design conscious handmade products made out of (recycled, reused, up cycled) materials such as bamboo, fabric, clay and paper.
With more than 80 stalls, Sampoorn Santhe offers a range of products that are a blend of age-old artisanal techniques and new-age design. With an aim to connect artisans and designers directly to the customers, Sampoorn Santhe provides a platform for artisans to showcase their skills and earn their livelihood. Sampoorn collaborates with artisans and self-help groups to create exclusive collections of art, craft, apparels, home decor and furniture. While you indulge in shopping, don’t forget to participate in workshops. From pottery to gond art, indulge in a variety of workshops at Sampoorn Santhe. Entry is free.