The Great Indian Bazaar in pics

As we announced the Great Indian Festival at a virtual event, here's a glimpse of the virtual Great Indian Bazaar. All the elements at this virtual venue were clickable and for those who browsed through the store it revealed a unique selection and the stories of sellers behind them.
on 08 October 2020
Great Indian Bazaar

The grand entry to the virtual Great Indian Bazaar
Great Indian Bazaar

An aerial view of the Great Indian Bazaar
Great Indian Bazaar

Bringing the beauty of India together. A special virtual zone to offer a glimpse of what’s in store for customers this Great Indian Festival.
Great Indian Bazaar

This zone depicts unique selection from entrepreneurs, artisans and small & medium businesses from the Central States of India. These include crafts such as Dhokra art, Madhubani and Gond paintings, Kosa, Chanderi sarees and more from Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, and Madhya Pradesh.
Great Indian Bazaar

This section depicts unique selection from entrepreneurs, artisans and small & medium businesses from the Northern States & Union Territories of India. These include crafts such as Phulkari work from Punjab, Handstitched leather shoes from Agra, Banarasi handlooms from Uttar Pradesh, Hand embroidery from Delhi and more.
Great Indian Bazaar

This zone depicts unique selection from entrepreneurs, artisans and small & medium businesses from the Eastern States & Union Territories of India. These include crafts such as Jamdani sarees from West Bengal, Mekhela Chador from Assam, Bamboo & cane work from Manipur and more.
Great Indian Bazaar

This zone depicts unique selection from entrepreneurs, artisans and small & medium businesses from the Southern States & Union Territories of India. These include crafts such as Pochamapally ikkat from Telangana, Tanjore Paintings from Tamil Nadu, Bidri ware from Karnataka, Kalamkari sarees from Andhra Pradesh, banana chips from Kerala and more.
Great Indian Bazaar

This zone depicts unique selection from entrepreneurs, artisans and small & medium businesses from the Western States & Union Territories of India. These include crafts such as Blue Art pottery from Rajasthan, Kolhapuri chappals from Maharashtra, Rogan Art from Gujrat and more.
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