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The Talk Of The Town......!

Our grand 'Rakhi Exhibition ' held every year around the festival of 'Rakhi' has earned laurels and is the most awaited exhibitions of Jaipur. This event is for two days. Approximately 100 booths are put up by and 10,000-12,000 people visit the exhibition. Apart from our members, people from all over India come to participate in this exhibition. This exhibition gives a platform to the up coming entrepreneurs to publicise and display their products.

Although the main attraction of this event are the beautiful handcrafted rakhis on every stall, there are a variety of other stalls like garments, furnishings, furniture, jewelry, home embellishments, pottery, gift items etc. To beautify the exhibition many a time we have stall decorations with diversified themes like Disney Land, Cultural Heritage, Hues and Shades, Aquamarine World, Each one teach one etc. Raffle prizes, kid's corner, mouth-watering food stalls and games contribute to make this fair an absolute 'visitor's delight'!

Click here for the information on Rakhi Exhibition Annual Feature

Rang Gulabi in January 2006

A royal exhibition put up for two days on 21st & 22nd January 2006 at Hotel Clarks Amer, in aid of underprivileged children, under the umbrella of Jaipur Virasat Foundation The exhibition showcased the collections in jewellery, garments, handicrafts, artifacts, paintings, furnishings etc. The exhibition was an opportunity to see the rare collections from Kashmir to Kanyakumari under one roof. The stalls were put up by people from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Ranchi and the leading outlets of Jaipur. The event was organized by Shubham, Disha School (Jaipur) and Akshay Pratishthan ( Delhi). The object behind the exhibition was to enable the Jaipurites to experience royal shopping and at the same time indirectly contribute to the all round development of under priviledged and mentally retarded children.

Events organized during the past years

Garba Dandia            Gallery
Screening of plays

1. 'Riyaz' directed by K.K.Raina March 1996

Fairs and Carnivals

Garba Dandia   Gallery
Play 'Riyaz' directed by K.k. Raina March 1996  
Anand Mela October 1997  
Fun Fair- ‘Clown Town’ April 2001  
Christmas Carnival December 2003 Gallery
Rakhi Exhibition Annual Feature Gallery

Association with internationally acclaimed Jaipur Virasat Festival Janurary 2005

Anti Polythene Drive August 2000 (Gallery)

Our 'Anti Polythene drive' is our constant endeavour to protect the environment, to educate the literate and the illiterate about the harmful effects of polythene and benefit the society.

Our rally against polythene in August 2000, was one of the first ones in Jaipur. The then Governor of Rajasthan, Shri Anshuman Singhji, flagged off the rally. A memorandum of demands was presented to the Governor.The Nagar Nigam Authorities, 20 renowned schools of Jaipur, 12 popular ladies Clubs of Jaipur supported it and particiapted in the walk. Pamphlets and cloth bags were distributed and the shopkeepers were educated about the harmful effects of plastic. Covering a distance of 2 kms. it started from Ramniwas Baug and going through Chaura rasta, Badi Choupar and Johri Bazar, it concluded at Ramniwas Baug.

Our drive does not end there. We encourage people to use alternatives to polythene bags. Shubham Sewa provides vocational training to the children of Majdoor basti and others and gets paper bags and cloth bags made from them.

Old used linen, sarees, dupattas etc. are used for making these bags. Use of polythene bags is prohibited in our grand Rakhi Exhibition held every year.

Workshop- Many beneficial workshops on varied topics have been organized by inviting recognized people from and outside Jaipur. The subjects undertaken are;

1. Sugar crafting, aromatic coffee making by Miss Suman Sarawgi from Kolkata February 2003
2. Gift Wrapping by Mrs. Jyoti Nikunj Parekh from Mumbai February 2004
3. Bonsai by Mrs. Jyoti Nikunj Parekh from Mumbai February 2004
4. Salad carving by Mrs. Jyoti Nikunj Parekh from Mumbai February 2004
5. Glitter and Arabic mehandi by Meeta from Mumbai July 2002
Sports, treasure hunts, Fashion Shows, Antakshari and many more activities!
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