The Spring-Summer Edition of Amelia attracted a wide variety of exhibitors from all over the country, who put up their stalls to showcase their exclusive and uncommon merchandise, the exhibition attracted hundreds of people. For those looking to take a break from their shopping spree Cafe Bae had set up a dining area serving their usual menu of sweet and savoury items. Here are some of our top picks from the event:
Orthodox Chatai for Unorthodox Living
Chataikara is run by Puja Agarwal from Delhi who manufactures vibrant and colourful Chatai, Asans, Tablemats and Yoga Mats. Their products represent conventional Indian traditions which can be used in modern settings. They manufacture mats in varying sizes from 10 x 10 inches (smallest) to 6 x 4 feet (largest). The tablemats, chatais and asans come in varying base colours made of the finest plastic with sequins-zari-zardozi trimmings on the side. They also sell easy-to-carry yoga mats which can be wiped down with a wet cloth.
All their products are maintenance free with a price range of Rs. 200 – 4000 only.
Shivay Arts is engaged in trading and supplying beautifully handcrafted drawer chests, decorative mirrors, designer kettles, tapri glasses, lamps, handmade paper diaries, trays, boxes, bags, tissue boxes and much more. Their products are made of wood, iron, ceramic and brass. Their products have a price range of Rs. 50 – 30,000 only.
The Funny Bone
Selling handmade and sweat free canvas shoes for the summers. These colourful and quirky printed shoes can be something new to add to your wardrobe this summer. Most of us hate wearing closed shoes during the summer because of sticky and wet feet. These shoes help air out your feet and prevent sweat formation. They are easy to clean and can be hand washed. These shoes are priced at Rs. 1500 only.
Cauldron Sisters run by sisters Richa and Ratika is a home cooked meal initiative for vegetarians. Serving and preparing items of multiple cuisines like Indian, Thai, Chinese, Lebanese and much more. They offer ethnic cuisines as well as sophisticated contemporary techniques.
Cauldron Sisters organised a free tasting session with never before seen preparations like – Mumbai Masala Stuffed Bread, Focaccia (Tomato, Olives And Cheese), Spanish Sauce, Thai Peanut Sauce, Olive and Cheese Dip and Alphonso Mishri Mawa.
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