CSCC Holds The Curated Market Event For The SC-ST And Other Artisans & Entrepreneurs, HastShilp

HastShilp, 1st Edition held On 23-24th January 2019: SC ST craftsmen/women showcased their diverse products to the domestic and foreign buyers and the general consumers at the Constitution Club of India. It was supported by NSIC/Min. of MSME.

The first of its kind Craft exhibition, it showcased the craft traditions prevalent among the SC-ST. 

The participating Artisans came from all over India, especially Maharashtra, Rajasthan, NCR, and West Bengal. 

The Product categories were Pottery, Handcrafted footwear, Paper bags, Handloom, Apparel, Gift Items, Stationery, Artificial jewelry, Food Items, Moonjh Items, Apparel, Embroidered Items, Paintings including miniature, Papier Mache, glass decorative items, home furnishing.

The others that enriched the participating artisans’ experience was enriched by the contributions of  

NI-MSME, IDEMI, All India Artisans and CraftWorkers’ Welfare Association, AIACA; and other NGOs. 


Mr. Surya Prakash Goud, NI-MSMEExcellent exhibition, an encouragement for the new entrepreneurs to display their products and get buyers as well.

Lalhlimpuii Zadeng, Artisan from Nagaland: Thanks to the whole team of CSCC-Inclusivity who worked tirelessly for the Event and for NSIC. It was a valuable experience.

Devi Lal Verm, an Artist from Rajasthan: Thank You NSIC and the team of CSCC Inclusivity Shubha  Ma’am, Ira Ma’am, Rakesh ji, Surbhi ji for the support in participation.

Press Briefing at the inauguration of Hastshilp 1st Edition

Press Briefing at the inauguration of Hastshilp 1st Edition (angle 2)

Arun Khobraghade flanked by Mr. N. K. Chandan, Dr. Shubha Parmar and Ms. Kanchan Parulekar, (SHG Swayamsiddha)
Dr. Shubha Parmar, Mr. Ravi Narra and  Mr. Surya Prakash Goud Ni-MSME appreciating the utility Artwork

A view of the Exhibition

Mrs. Mira Mehrishi, at the stall of Sabita Saree Boutique.
Lupin Mahila Jagruti SHG from Rajasthan with their Tulsi Mala

Lalampuii Zadang from Nguri Weaving Handicraft, Nagaland.
Sabita Das from Sabita Saree Boutique, West Bengal.

Rabindra Behra, National Awardee with his Patachitra from Orissa.
Another view of the exhibition

Participants enjoying an exotic lunch buffet at the Constitution Club of India.