Dastkari Haat, Pune's first ever craft bazaar, is back with a bang this year. Situated at Monalisa Kalagram in Pingale Farms, Koregaon Park, the event will be held until November 16, from 11am to 8pm. The brainchild of Jaya Jaitley, this edition of Dastkari Haat saw over 70 craft clan from various parts of India. Celebrating art and culture, this event is a melting point of everything colourful, diverse and rich. From beautiful Odisha ikkat to elegant handcrafted Rajasthani block prints, we found them all at affordable prices. Check out for gorgeous Kashmiri floral embroideries on shawls and stoles and royal Punjabi phulkari prints with intricate mirror work and jutis in vibrant hues of pinks, yellow, purple and red. Love bags? Must check-out the collection of leather-ikkat and tie-dye wallets, purses and slings out here. We also found multi-colour pieces of cute home decor - from jars to wall hangings, paintings, vases, earthen cutlery, quirky clocks, antiques, pots and more. Entry is Free!
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All The Crafts Connoisseur Out There, Have You Visited The Dastkari Haat At KP Yet?
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Carry cash. Some of the vendors might not do online transactions or card payments.
Towards the evening, they have wonderful dance and musical performances by artists from Rajasthan, Gujarat, Odisha and other states. Make sure you stay for that.