Trivandrum getting busy and live for onam

Trivandrum is all set and ready to welcome onam before the start of chingam month with a variety and wide range of exhibitions in the major locations and halls. Exhibitions on handicfafts, textiles and electronics good is organised in putharikandam maithanam, VJT Hall, Thyacud Ghandhi Bhavan, YMCA hall and Kanaka Kunnu etc. Accroding to all the organisers exhibitions are having more visitors when compared to the previous years.

Ghandhi bhavan located in thycaud near to trivandrum music college has got Gandhian books along with handicraft items. The sales of handicrafts is from 9.30 in the morning to 7.30 in the evening. The main attraction of the exhibition in VJT hall is kashmiri handicrafts items, pearl ornaments, and stone ornaments. VJT hall also has item from the states like Jammu - Kashmir,Orissa, Kerala and Tamilnadu.

Another exhibition has started in putharikandom maithanam of eastfort is comprised of products from the villages of different locations of kerala. This exhibition is being organised with the support of central and state government. The saras mela is displaying terra cotta and embroidery products from states like Pondichery, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarath, Manipur, and Tripura. There is also some cultural programs associated with the exhibition.

Khadi or Hand loom products, which is made indigenously by different organizations and groups from around the state is also being displayed in the YMCA hall near statue junction. Like every year government has declared rebate of about 30% for khadi products.
For several years onam has become a time for sales promotion and marketing. Along with these exhibitions there are promotional offers from major groups and companies. The situation of even the smallest villages remote place of kerala is not different. Everywhere we can seen exhibitions and sales promotions. Anyway onam is the peak time to generate the most revenue of the year from every kind of business.

Hoping that "Maveli" will also be excited to be here for shopping and not for meeting keralites during onam season.

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