With the aim of bringing together the diverse works of Bangladesh’s artisans and highlight the country’s rich heritage and culture, Bangladesh Heritage Crafts Foundation (BHCF) is going to arrange a two-day exhibition on Oct 5 and 6 in the capital’s Gulshan area.
On the occasion of the exhibition, BHCF organised a press meet on Sunday (Sep 30) in Dhaka. Members of the Parliament Mainuddin Khan (Badal) and Nahim Razzak, wife of the Brazilian ambassador to Bangladesh Sandra Esteves Tabajara and BHCF president Tootli Rahman were present as speakers at the event. Besides, members of the executive committee of BHCF were also present at the press meet moderated by BHCF general secretary Alisha Pradhan.
The exhibition of BHCF is set to showcase various types of handicrafts, and about 35 other items those represent the rich heritage of the country. The items on display will range from deshi textiles like Dhakai Jamdani, Rajshahi silks and muslins to household items made from 'Shitol Pati' and traditional items that are quintessentially Bangladeshi.
There will be items from most regions of Bangladesh under one roof.
The exhibition will remain open to all from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: House 1-B, Road 71, Gulshan-2, Dhaka.