Pragjyotika (Assam Handloom)

What’s Interesting :- Assam silk and Assam tea

Market :-

Products :- Gifts and Handicrafts  Handicrafts and Home  Kurtis  Sarees  Shawls and Scarves  

Days Closed :- Sunday

Timing :- 11am to 7.30pm

Phone :- 011 - 23344784

Address :- B 1, State Emporium Complex, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, NewDelhi - 110 001

Landmark :- Opposite Hanuman Mandir

Parking :- available

Bus/Metro :- Regal Bus Stop/Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, on the Yellow & Blue Line

Price Range :- Rs. 500- 10,000

Payment Methods :- Cash and card

Assam Emporium – Assamese Handicrafts

Pragjyotika – The State Emporium specializes in a variety of Assamese handicraft and handloom items and, of course, tea. The Emporium has a fine selection of attractive bamboo lampshades, baskets, magazine and letter holders, flower vases and trays.

Tea in Assam Emporium

Assam is a Northeastern State of India. A land of high rainfall, Assam’s biggest contribution to the world is tea.

Muga Silk sarees

The handloom section houses very distinctive pure Assam silk saris whose prices start from Rs 6000. Muga silk is the main product of Assam and due to its low porosity, the Muga yarn cannot be bleached or dyed and hence its natural golden color is retained in the fabric.

Others like Pat silk are usually in brilliant white or off-white colour.

Eri Silk /Endi Silk

Eri silk, also known as Endi or Errandi, is soft and warm and is popularly used in shawls and quilts. Pragjyotika also have special bedcovers made from cotton and silk threads starting from Rs 500 per piece.

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