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Explore the Indian creativity with the unique Kolkata Handicrafts Fair, 2014

India is truly “incredible” with its rich culture and tradition. Be it the architectural masterpieces or the beautiful handicrafts, India is a treasure-house. Every year at the City of Joy, Kolkata an awesome handicrafts fair is arranged; Kolkata Handicrafts Fair, 2014 is not an exception.

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The Kolkata Handicrafts Fair, 2014 has been arranged at the Milan Mela ground, near Science City. With hundreds of shops, this fair consists of stalls from different parts of West Bengal. Besides buying and witnessing an array of hand crafted products, you can also know a lot about the specialty handicrafts of the different districts of West Bengal.

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While the bamboo craft with beautifully designed totem poles are perfect home decor, the colored jute chairs and stools are a must to complete the decoration. Try out the jute dolls which can be put on curtains for a traditional look. The beautiful jute bags not only are comfortable for use but also environment friendly.

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The terracotta horses, wall collage and dolls from the Bankura district are another set of home decor that you can try out. Besides home decor, you have a lot to take back as jewelry from the Kolkata Handicrafts Fair, 2014. From terracotta jewelry to jewelry of Dokra, sea shells and beads is bound to change your look completely.

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The Kolkata Handicrafts Fair, 2014 is also a must visit for sari lovers. You can get a glimpse of the fine beautifully textile saris here. The gorgeous silks from Murshidabad and Bishnupur are also one of the main attractions of the Kolkata Handicrafts Fair, 2014.

Food lovers need not get upset. The Kolkata Handicrafts Fair, 2014 has a large food court at your service along with temporary stalls within the fair along with ample supply of fresh water.

Thus, if you are in love with the Bengali culture and crafts, this fair is a must visit for you; and if you are not, then also this fair is a must visit for you to fall in love with the Bengali culture and crafts.

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