Ministry of Textiles' #MySariMyPride campaign reaches 40 Million

The Ministry of Textiles recently hosted 'Viraasat - Celebrating 75 Handwoven Saris of India', a month-long mega event celebrating the beauty, diversity, and richness of India's handloom industry at Handloom Haat, Janpath, in New Delhi. Laqshya Media Limited, one of India's largest independent, comprehensive marketing communications groups, successfully executed the PR, Digital Marketing, Ambiance Branding, and Advertising duties for the grand Sari Festival and achieved a potential reach of almost 40 million on social media for the #MySariMyPride campaign which was the brainchild of the Ministry. This event and social media campaign served as a platform to promote and preserve India's handloom heritage, putting it in the spotlight for all to see.

Laqshya Media made the most out of live feed of designer workshops, influencer marketing with micro vloggers, buyers' and sellers' audio-visuals, cultural programs by the folk artists, hobby-looms and live-looms, user-generated content, product and ambiance imagery, targeted strategic digital advertisements, curated content creation (posts, reels, and shorts, etc.) for social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Koo along with traditional print advertising. During the tenure of this mega event, the #MySariMyPride campaign achieved close to 40 million potential reach, over 31 K interactions, 1.4 K shares, 25K likes, and over 1000 mentions on various social media platforms. In addition, NHDC's Instagram followers increased by 468.6%, Koo followers increased by 394.12%, Facebook followers increased by 45.44%, YouTube subscribers by 443.63%, and Twitter followers increased by 40.6%. 

“At Laqshya PR, we are honored to have played a significant role in the triumphant Viraasat exhibition, which beautifully showcased the heritage and splendor of India's handwoven and handicraft saris post a multi- agency pitch. Our team of skilled professionals strived to deliver an immersive experience, attracting a diverse audience and drawing much-needed attention to the sector, leading to increased sales for the weavers. We extend our gratitude to the National Handloom Development Corporation and the Ministry of Textiles for entrusting us with such a remarkable cultural celebration. It is a moment of pride for us as we successfully executed the event's branding, advertising, and marketing campaign,” said Mr. Manoj Barman, VP & Head of Laqshya Public Relations, a Laqshya Media Group company. 


Laqshya Media Limited also successfully executed the Digital Marketing and Print promotions of “Viraasat– Celebrating Handloom Home Décor,” a special Handloom Expo – at Handloom Haat, New Delhi, from 20th Jan to 30th Jan 2023. It showcased the Handloom Home Décor products made by 20 artisans from across the country.  

More about the event:   

  1. The event "VIRAASAT- Celebrating 75 handwoven Saris of India", was organized in two phases. The first phase was from 16th to 30th December 2022 and was inaugurated by Hon'ble Union Finance Minister, Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, along with Hon'ble Minister of State Smt. Darshana Jardosh and other women parliamentarians. The second phase of the Sari Festival was held from 3rd to 17th January 2023. A social media campaign with the hashtag #MySariMyPride was promoted across the platforms.
  2. The festival was visited by thousands of patrons who bought handwoven saris directly from over 160 weavers in both phases in the past month. The celebration of six yards organized by the Development Commissioner (Handlooms) at Handloom Haat, Janpath in New Delhi, had great commercial and cultural success.
  3. The selected 75 saris in the exhibition were from Weavers Service Centres (WSCs) collections, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India.
  4. A wide publicity program was used for promoting this mega event through Digital and Print Media by Newspapers, Posters, invitation cards, Social Media, Location-Based Digital advt., Cultural Programs, Designer Workshops, Influencer Marketing, strategic PR, etc. 
  5. In total, over 160 artisans and cooperative groups participants from different parts of the country in both phases, bringing enhanced attraction by the participation of famous Handcrafted varieties of Saris like Tie and Dye, Chikan embroidered Saris, Hand Block Saris, Kalamkari printed Saris, Ajrakh, Kantha, Phulkari, Jamdani, Ikat, Pochampally, Banaras Brocade, Tussar Silk (Champa), Baluchari, Bhagalpuri Silk, Tangail, Chanderi, Lalitpuri, Patola, Paithani, etc. Also available will be Handloom Saris like Tanchoi, Jangla, Kota Doria, Cutwork, Maheshwari, Bhujodi, Santipuri, Bomkai, and several other varieties like Garad Korial, Khandua, and Arni Silk Saris. 
  6. Visitors had the opportunity to see and learn about the intricate designs and craftsmanship that goes into traditional garments, Saris. The exhibition also highlighted the cultural and historical significance of the sari in Indian society.
  7. The Handloom sector is a symbol of our country's rich and varied cultural heritage, besides being one of the key sectors employing many people, especially women. 

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