State Times News JAMMU: Director Handicrafts & Handlooms (H&H), Vikas Gupta, on Wednesday urged the artisans and Weavers of Jammu to participate in Indian Handicrafts & Gifts Fair (IHGF)- Delhi which has gone virtual in view of Covid pandemic. IHGF is amongst Asia’s largest gifts & handicrafts fair, held biannually (Spring & Autumn edition) and is organised by Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH). “In step with the new normal, the 49th edition of the Indian Handicrafts & Gifts Fair (IHGF)- Delhi Fair has gone virtual showcasing how wearer/artesian in this pandemic can still be relevant and sell their products”, Gupta said while chairing an Artisans and Weavers meet, here at Meeting Hall, UDYOG Bhawan. Joint Director Handicrafts Jammu, Anju Gupta; Deputy Director (ADM), Ghulam Rasool; Development Officer Handicrafts (Tex), Fareed Ahmed Kohli, Deputy Director (Plg), Megha Baogia, Deputy Registrar Induscos Jammu, Joginder Mangool, senior officers of the Handicrafts and Handloom department besides leading entrepreneurs and craftsmen of Handicraft/Handloom sector attended the meeting.
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