A seminar organized at the Rajiv Gandhi Handicraft Bhawan by Rohit Sharma
Meghalaya culture, Tourism, commercial industry, Behaving and handicraft.
It is a brilliant place to simply explore. Traditional looms, stitches, weaves, semi stitched apparel, interior pieces, souvenirs, which you don't otherwise seem to find in everyday markets, are all available here under one roof. We do not know about Meghalaya culture and handicraft and their beautiful places. Only because neither be do not want go over their nor we are interested in culture, handicraft, tourism.
Head here to check out atypical items in every stall - Gurjari miniature paintings, printed cottons in Gujarat Emporium, Darjeeling and other varieties of tea at manjuha, the West Bengal Emporium, as well as cotton and silk Sarees - with all kinds of prints – Taanth ,Dhakai, Batik to name a few.
So be must go over there and we must know about their incredible handicraft and their culture and most beautiful places and lake.