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The Embassy of India in Belgrade and the National Assembly of Serbia, in association with Indian Council for Cultural Relations, is organising an art exhibition “Rumals of Chamba: Embroidered Expressions of Pahari Women” at the House of National National Assembly, Nikole Pašića Square 13.

On 1st November H.E. Indian Ambassador Mr Bhattacharjee inaugurated the exhibition. The inaugural event was attended by Serbian Government and Parliament Officials, University Professors, cultural personalities, friends of India and media.

The exhibition is based on explorations, revivals and innovations using diverse stitches and textures in Pahari (hills) embroidery. The products like partitions, coverlets, wall hangings and apparels have been embroidered on a diverse range of fabrics with naturally dyed yarns based on traditional themes. The exhibition is conceptualised and curated by Dr. Rohini Arora, academician and design consultant who has researched, revived and worked with traditional embroiderers.

The exhibition will run from 1-7 November 2018. It is open to public and entry is free.

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