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Manipal shops locally at Namma Angadi

Namma Angadi, a three day long exhibition and sale of traditional handloom, handicraft and eco-friendly products, was held at the School of Communication campus from March 3-5. It was the 14th edition of the collaborative project between media students and local artisans from ‘Namma Bhoomi’

Vanita Pai, an alumnus of Manipal Institute of Communication and the founder of Art First kick-started the 2017 edition of Namma Angadi || Photo Courtesy: Niharika Nayak


Residents from in and around Manipal, both young and old, attended Namma Angadi || Photo Courtesy: Niharika Nayak


All funds from the event will go to Namma Bhoomi, a residential campus based in Kundapura which houses over 200 children under the care of Concerned for working children (CWC) || Photo Courtesy: Nischhal Sharmaa


Products offered ranged from earrings, wooden furniture, kurtas and bedsheets to animal shaped soft toys and religious idols || Photo Courtesy: Radhika Chatterjee

Featured Photograph: Shitiz Goel

Niharika Nayak


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