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Sunday, 11 November 2012

Swadeshi Mela 2012

Swadeshi Mela 2012

Date: 9th Nov 2012

13th indigenous extravaganza, better known as Swadeshi Mela.
The week-long fair, which began from November 2, is being put together by the Swadeshi Jagran Trust.

 Me (Evewin Lakra ) Standing in front Of
the Picture Of Legendary Birsa Munda(1875–1900)
was a tribal leader and a folk hero,
belonging to the Munda tribe
who was behind the Millenarian movement
that rose in the tribal belt of modern day
Bihar, and Jharkhand during the British raj,
in the late 19th century making him
an important figure in the history
of the Indian independence movement.
Long Live The Brave Hero ! :)
Loved Shopping For Exotic Neem Soap From Khadi Gramodyog Saghan Vikas Samiti Stall  & The Beautiful Hand-Embroidery Handkerchief .
A Small Jar Of Pure Luscious Honey & Exotic Neem Soap & My Hand-Embroidery Handkerchief. Thank You So Much ! Khadi Gramodyog Saghan For This Beautiful Little Eco-Friendly Shopping Bag With Mahatma Ghandi Imprinted On It. A Sweet keepsake :)
I Also Got Myself A New Deep Frying Spatula! I Love Cooking ! :)
Birds Has Always Been Our Constant Friends So Mom Got Herself A Pretty clay Branch With Birds Scuplted On It..From Kolkata (kolkata Artisans ) :)  Tweet  ! Tweet  ! Tweet ! :)
Aimed to promote cottage, handloom and handicraft industries, this year’s fair will boast more than 350 stalls. Artists and artisans from Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh, besides Jharkhand, will display their wares at these kiosks. Government agencies like the District Rural Development Authority and NABARD.

My Sister (Dolly ) Got Herself These Beautiful Hand-Crafted Ornaments From The Swadeshi Mela 2012  :)

My Sister (Dolly ) &  My Mommy Smiling Away As We Strolled Around The  Tribal Fair :) Lovely Sunlit Day !

Dolly Glows With ecstasy For She Got Herself A Heavenly Bottle Of Orange & Honey Face Wash From  Khadi Gramodyog Stall :)

Spending Time At The Swadeshi Mela Feels Like Visting All The Beautiful Places Of India..All Of Them At ONE Place :)

A Big " THANK YOU " To The Swadeshi Jagran Trust & The Swadeshi Jagran Manch For Bringing Us Closer To  Incredible India Through Your Beautiful Initiative...
Time & Again :)

KHADI is not just a cloth, it is a whole movement started by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi . Mahatma Gandhi began promoting the spinning of khadi for rural self-employment and self-reliance  in 1920s .India thus making khadi an integral part and icon of the Swadeshi movement.

  "I believe that where there is pure and active love for the poor there is God also. I see God in every thread that I draw on the spinning wheel."
  ~ Mahatma Gandhi ((Young India,20-5-1926)

 A Sweet Little  Replica Of Hut .Huts are used as temporary shelter by people. Huts are quickly built of readily available materials such as ice, stone, grass, palm leaves, branches and/or mud and exist in practically all nomadic cultures.

 “Many who build castles in the air cannot build a hut on earth”
      ~ German Proverb.

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