What Is It?

Promising the best in craft, fashion, shopping and food, Heritage 365 is bringing together some of the most creative minds in the country under one single platform, aiming to highlight the treasures hidden in Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

Weekend plans are sorted, we believe?

Who Is It For?

Everyone, because this is a unique opportunity for you to experience the heritage of your country right here in your city. 

Why Should I Go For It?

 
 
 
 
 
 

With a theme that revolves around ‘Crafting The Future Of The Past’, Heritage 365 will bring together a carefully curated selection of 130 artists from around the country. With a wide range of products crafted by master craftsmen like Nirmal Salvi, Abdul Jabbar Khatri & Padamshri Tyab Khan, local artisans, women entrepreneurs, NGO’s, exporters and retailers on display, there is so much that you can add to your shopping cart here. 

For those interested in traditional designs with a contemporary touch, make sure you head to the Designers Enclosure where Swati Kalsi, Aneeth Arora {Pero}, Sanjay Garg {Raw Mango} and more will showcase their talent. These designers will work closely with traditional weavers and craftsmen to craft contemporary clothes with traditional sensibilities. 

That’s not all. With out-of-town brands like Amrapali, Anupama Bose, Purvi Doshi, Button Masala, Rasa and Anantaya across jewellery, accessories, furniture and lifestyle, this one is for all the shopaholics out there. 

Anything Else?

If travelling to Rajasthan, Gujarat or Madhya Pradesh is on your bucket list, make sure you stop here. You’ll discover hidden and unexplored gems across the cities, along with some great stay options. 

Also, with a special focus on food from these three states along with music and dance by Neemrana Music Foundation, weekend plans could not get better.

Excited? Well start making your plans right away. 

When: Nov 25 – 26

Timings: 10am – 8pm

Find out more about the event here. Follow Heritage 365 on Facebook here, Instagram here and Twitter here.

This article is in partnership with Heritage 365.