Namma Angadi, a three-day exhibition and sale of handicraft, handloom and eco-friendly products will be organized by the students of Manipal Institute of Communication at Kannada Academy Private School in Manipal between April 8 and 10th.
Namma Angadi is a collective marketing network for young traditional craftsmen who have been vocationally trained at Namma Bhoomi’s Regional Resource Centre in Kundapur. Some of these artisans will be present at the venue providing the customers with a live demonstration of terracotta along with other items.
Namma Angadi, with the message ‘Shop for a cause,’ aims to contribute to the cause of empowering the working children and educating the public about the environment concerns by following ‘no plastic policy’.
Namma Angadi will include traditional garments, paintings, decorative items and handicrafts. Over 200 products including the cotton Kurtas for men and women, shirts, tops, skirts, pochampuli, Mangalgiri and Kalamkari materials are available along with stitching facilities.
The attractive decorative items, wooden cutlery, jewellery, cane and bamboo products, Lavancha items, terracotta items, stationery items, baskets, trays and Natural products such as Kokum, Shikakai, alovera soaps and edibles like honey, cashews will be available at the sale.