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Sarangi to exhibit Kanjivarams at Sarees of India 2018



Akshat Jain


Sarangi - the Kanjivaram sari store

138 Luz Church Road,


Chennai 600004


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Sarangi to exhibit Kanjivaram sarees at Sarees of India 2018 hosted by Delhi Crafts Council

New Delhi, India
Thursday, September 26th 2018

The queen of silks to be represented by Sarangi at India's leading crafts show.

Sarangi, the award-winning Kanjivaram sari store from Chennai is going to exhibit an exclusive range of Kanjivaram silk sarees on the 11th, 12th and 13th of October 2018 as part of Sarees of India 2018. Hosted by the Delhi Crafts Council, Sarees of India is an annual show of beautiful sarees from around India.

Curated specially for the upcoming festive occasions, a wide range of handwoven silk sarees for wedding, festive and office wear would be on display. 

"Sarangi promotes the spirit of the Kanjivaram with a range of specially curated, traditional handwoven Kanjivarams. It is a natural fit for us to associate with the Delhi Crafts Council, who have been promoting sustainable livelihoods by closely working with the craft communities." says Prabodh Jain, CEO of Sarangi.

About Sarangi

Chennai-based Sarangi offers an exclusive range of finely curated Kanjivaram silk saris to a discerning audience in India and 15 more countries.

Sarangi was founded by Prabodh Jain in 2009. The saris are also available online via the ecommerce store at Customers are provided multi-channel shopping assistance via phone, email, WhatsApp and Skype.

Sarangi has tie-ups with reputed worldwide logistics providers such as UPS and Fedex. Customers can shop online using credit card, debit card, net banking and Paypal.

To know more about Sarangi, visit

About Delhi Crafts Council

Delhi Crafts Council (DCC) is a registered, voluntary non-profit organization working for the promotion and development of traditional artisans and craft skills in a contemporary environment.

Sustainable livelihoods is the Council’s first priority, in a sector recognized as the second largest source of employment in India after agriculture.

DCC’s activities include design and marketing development as the means for helping craft communities to achieve a quality of life through responding to changing market trends. The Council has made several path-breaking development contributions including those in stone and metal crafts, sanjhi paper-cut work, zardozi, terracotta, tilu grass, recycled paper and kathwa patchwork. 

To know more about the Delhi Crafts Council, visit

About Sarees of India 2018

Sarees of India - Innovating Tradition is an annual three-day exhibition that brings together a carefully curated collection of handcrafted sarees from across the country.

Organized by the Delhi Crafts Council (DCC), the annual exhibition focuses on highlighting innovative new techniques and designs that infuse new life into traditional weaves and prints.

For more information on this topic, please call Akshat Jain +91 9600067715 or email for more information.


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