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Head to the Khadi Exhibition happening in Charbagh & shop from a wide variety of swadeshi items!

Last day to get your hands on some home-grown products at affordable rates!

In order to promote the use and sale of swadeshi, the Khadi Gram Udyog Committee has set up an exclusive Khadi exhibition in Lucknow. Being hosted at the Bal Sangrahalay in Charbagh, this expo showcases a range of Khadi products, including clothes, shoes, purses and much more. Today is the last day of the exhibition, so if you haven't visited it yet, make sure you do now!


A huge variety is up for grabs!

Arraying a range of quality products, this year's Khadi exhibition has on display- silks & linen sarees, Kashmir shawls, jackets, sweaters, leather belts and much more. Around 102 merchants from 12 states are participating in this expansive exhibition, where one may find various ancient herbs and medicines, domestic handlooms, designer furniture and decor range, home-seasoned pickles among other stellar products.

Interestingly, this is the first time that the exhibition has brought artisans from Rajasthan, Mumbai, Punjab on board, widening the reach and display of its diverse flair. The quality & variety of the swadeshi items here is pulling people by the dozen. The highlights of this exhibition have been the Phulkari and Anarkali dresses from Punjab and Chunari print shawls from Rajasthan.

Besides commodities, this one-of-a-kind exhibition has also stationed a service stall for a special kind of acupuncture treatment within its premises. So be it the retail therapy or an actual one - the Khadi Expo has you all covered!

A unique shopping experience!

Keying up the magnificence and festive spirit of the event are the cultural evenings, Special interactive sessions and competitions that can get you some exciting prizes. If you want to be a part of this cultural bonanza on its final day, make sure to reach the venue before 6 PM. Do venture out to this place for a unique Khadi shopping experience amid a vibrant set up.

Pro Tip: If you have good bargain skills, do test them here!

Location: Baal Sangrahalaya, Charbagh, Lucknow

Time: 1 AM to 9 PM

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