Employees Reporter :
The Deepotsav exhibition has been organised by the Madhya Pradesh Handicrafts and Handloom Growth Company, which started on Thursday and can proceed until November 2 at Gauhar Mahal, VIP Street, Bhopal. The exhibition is being held each day from 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm The exhibition has been organized preserving in view the Diwali competition. In wake of this, particular supplies supplies and merchandise have been placed on show on the exhibition. Jyoti Umre of Bhopal has arrange a particular stone mud portray for Diwali on the event. Stone mud portray is made by making a paste of marble powder, filling it in a cone and pasting it on plywood, which is then formed within the type of a tree, flower pot, hen, surroundings.
The work can be found in a worth vary of Rs 500 to 20000. Bhagirath Prajapati from Chhatarpur district has launched his conventional diya (lamp) assortment which incorporates diays of varied shapes, similar to flower pot formed diya, stand diya, coconut diya, fish, turtle and doll diya, amongst which the magic diya is particular, starting from Rs 2 to Rs 100. Jitendra Kumar Rathore of the Sagar district has introduced dung craft materials which is made from cow dung. It consists of pen stand, cell stand, pylon, wall body, facet hanging, diya ring, matka colours whose worth vary lies between from Rs 6 to Rs1500. The exhibition boasts of tiger, batik and dabu print sarees, fits and costume supplies, conventional and printed Chandei Sarees, cotton jackets, picket toys, leather-based crafts of Dewas, brass steel crafts of Tikamgarh, Sahariya artwork of Gwalior and chadar, jute and zari zardozi objects of Bhopal.
Within the cultural program, the Sur Shankara Musical Group will stage cultural performances within the Exhibition on Monday, October 25. Within the efficiency, artists Child Eliza Khan, Child Falguni Purohit, Ayesha Khan, Asmat Rawat Group President Suresh Garg, Prateek Garg, BL Raikwar and CP Purohit will voice evergreen movie songs of their melodious voices.