Aagor Daagra Afad participated in LAKME FASHION WEEK We glad to share an achievement by our member Aagor Daagra Aafad for their contribution and participation in LAKME FASHION WEEK – 2016 held on 25th August at St. Regis Hotel, Mumbai. We congratulate our member, based in Assam for their participation and for showcasing the fashionable… Continue reading Our member participated in Lakme Fashion Week
Karnataka: Our members Aagor Daagra Afad, Maya Organic and Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra participated in ‘Sampoorn Sante’s ‘Back to Nature’ exhibition cum sale at Karnataka from 16th to 26th June, 2016 and presented their mesmerised crafts and skilled designs. Working with the women weavers of Bodo Tribe in the district of Chirang of Assam, Aagor… Continue reading Close to the Nature with Sampoorn Sante
Assam: Aagor Daagra Afad participated in a four day exhibition organized by Birla Academy Of Art And Culture from 11th March to 14th March, 2016. The event was titled SyutiShaili and shoppers were able to choose from a wide variety of products which included sarees, apparels, textlies, handwoven products, handicrafts and much more. Designers, organizations, social enterprises… Continue reading Aagor Daagra at SyutiShaili
It was the 30th edition of the annual festival, supported by Ministry of External Affair and the Embassy of India in Myanmar, collaborated hands to exhibit traditional crafts like shell crafts, basketry, mat weaving, handloom textile weaving, jewellery form the neighbouring country.
The Craft Bazaar was inaugurated by Lalitha Kumarmangalam-Chairperson National Council for Women, Meenakshi Lekhi-Member of Parliament, New Delhi, His Excellency-U Aung Khin Soe-Myanmar, Ambassador to India and many other dignitaries from craft world. The main highlight of the program was the Craft Women from Myanmar. Starting a long term friendship, artists of Sadhna from Udaipur, Rajasthan, Purkal Stree Shakti from Purkal, Uttrakahnad, Aagor from Assam shared a common platform with the art across India and Myanmar and saw the similarities between their works with Myanmar artists.