Variety of handmade items on offer at Saras Mela

The long awaited Saras Mela began in Gandhi Maidan on December 1 and will continue until December 15. Inaugurated by the Minister of Rural Development of Bihar, Shravan Kumar, the fair has artisans from all over Bihar and other states.

Shopaholics are having a gala moment at the fair. It is the best temporary shopping destination for those who wish to decorate their houses with wooden items, antique pieces and handmade decorative pieces. Sanju Devi, a hand loom weaver from Aarah, said: Visitors can buy designer furniture, vases, terracotta works of art, Madhubani paintings, handmade artificial flowers, tapestries, musical instruments, a variety of lampshades, bamboo and cane chairs, artistic wall clocks and many more items at an affordable price. There is also a range of products available that include sheets, mats and curtains. ”

A wide range of hand loom clothing also sells well. Weavers from various parts of the country have participated to exhibit their products in different fabrics and designs. For women who are still looking for an exquisite collection, this fair is in their alley. Samriddhi, a Patna University student, he said, girls who go to college can buy fashion accessories that include pearl necklaces, elegant earrings, beaded jewelry, thumb rings, pendants and pretty anklets from the fair. People can also buy traditional Kolhapuri sneakers, mojris with colorful rosary beads and handmade leather footwear.

In addition, you can see a large crowd gathering at food stalls selling kitchens from different states. People can taste their lips paani puri , chaat, bhel puri, pav bhaji, litti chokha, sev puri, cotton candy, popcorn and ice cream.

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