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Handloom mela at Mapusa

Panaji: Rajasthan Grameen Mela Fair an exhibition of handicrafts textiles and handloom from various parts of India is held at Mapusa Residency from Sept 13 to 29.  The exhibition contains many handlooms items such as Banaras Silk sarees, Lucknow Chikan work, Kantha work Silk Sarees, Cotton sarees, Pouchanpalli Handloom, Bahalpur Silk and material, Kalamkari works, Crosia Hand work, Chandhar Silk, Patiyala Pholkari works, Pholkari bedsheets, Hand Block prints, Sofaset covers, Cut work, Silk Cushion cover and other handloom, Cotton sarees from Orissa Silk sarees and Sambal Puri Ikat Sarees items.  The exhibits includes heritage collection of textile handlooms, stone painting artificial jewelery 1 gm jewelley & palm leaf painting, Orissa Dokara Brass work and Wall Ironing pieces. It has also on display Jaipur bangles, German Silver Silk and  Velvet painting and  3D paints, Rose Wood carving, Artificial Vegetable, Kashmir Wooden Furniture and  Lac bangles. NT

PNG’s ‘The Pure Price’ offer

Pune: Legacy brand PNG Jewellers has launched an innovative offer “The Pure Price” for customers just ahead of festive season . Customers can avail this offer by pre booking their gold jewellery during offer period of September 10 – 28 and take the delivery by October 31, 2019.  This offer will take care of any fluctuations in rates thereby enabling the customers a happy experience of buying gold during their favourite festive season. For example if a customer buys gold for a current rate of Rs  38,000 per 10 gm while pre booking during the offer period and if the rate goes up later during actual buying and taking delivery till October 31, the customer can still avail the best rate during the offer period. If the rate goes down say to 37,000 Rs per 10 gm post the offer period,  then the customer can still get the benefit of having more grams of gold which will be proportional to the difference. In any case the customer will come out winner and won’t have to regret the decision of buying during offer period even if there is fluctuation. Speaking on the occasion Saurabh Gadgil, chariman and Managing Director PNG Jewellers said, “It is a tradition to buy gold during festive seasons and buying gold is a unique and memorable experience in itself. Gold buying surges considerably during Diwali. Whether it is Dhanteras, Laxmi Pujan or Padwa all major festive days during Diwali are considered auspicious to buy or gift gold to near and dear ones or for any upcoming important family occasions like weddings. But the fluctuating and peaking prices and a challenging economic environment has got the customers in a fix. 

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