19 - 23 जनवरी 2023 | होटल क्लार्क्स आमेर, जयपुर

Festival Buzzaar

Festival Buzzaar, Jaipur Literature Festival 2023

19th January- 23rd January 2023

Charbagh Timings: 9 AM- 6 PM and  7 PM- 10 PM

Front Lawn Timings: 9 AM- 7 PM

The Festival Buzzaar ensures a diverse range of products, showcased for the world in a colourful and vibrant space. This year, the Festival Buzzaar is all set to feature a variety of products, including fashion accessories, garments, footwear, home decor, jewellery, stationery, bags, skincare products, healthy snacks, and many other organic items. 

Apart from being a change-making platform for new thought, it is also an iconic platform for artisans, weavers and craftsmen of talent and repute from across India. It aims to empower those working  in the handcrafted industry to reach a wide consumer-base.

There is centralised billing and the mode of payment at the Festival Buzzaar is only through the Top Up Cards which customers will have to buy at the Festival from our cashless booths. Stalls  at the Festival Buzzaar will not be accepting payments in cash.


Resonating with our vision under Threads of Care, Veaves aim to resurrect the life and limb of the handloom culture that was once the blazing glory of our nation. At Veaves, they set their sight on bringing back the very essence of handicrafts through home furnishings and fashion accessories.

No Labels

No Labels celebrates beauty unconditionally. It's body-positive womenswear that flatters all age groups - comfortable and stylish, handcrafted in natural fiber. The cuts and fits are carefully crafted to flatter all body types. Their signature range of dressy casuals includes anti fit loungewear, dresses and kurtas.


Nikyta is a fashion brand that delights in creating garments that represent their love for craft and nature. They work with traditional handmade craft techniques


Mayori promotes slow fashion by creating wardrobe essentials, which are minimalist and elegant. Their garments are made consciously with 100% natural fabrics and responsible dyes, carbon positive operations and less waste facilities, and they guarantee zero shrinkage in all their clothes.

Looms of Ladakh

Looms of Ladakh is an ethical, herder-artisan-led luxury brand that brings the cutting edge of design to heritage crafts – upskilling traditional artisans and providing sustainable solutions to preserve cultural legacies while creating exquisite collectibles that will appeal to global audiences.


At Khwabidah, Shalini Joshi works with real flowers and turns them into beautiful accessories. Everything is done authentically by hands and no machines are used in the process.

Indian mores

Indian Mores is an online traditional jewellery store.


HOSHI BY A&T is a 100% pure cotton clothing line for children of the ages 1-5. They believe in creating skin friendly, soft and sustainable clothes.

Hi Fashion

Vinayak Gupta is the founder of Hi Fashion, a spinoff denim brand. He knows that nothing beats that worn-in feeling and the brand has managed to achieve that cozy classic with each silhouette.


Fatfatiya is a homegrown brand with roots in Rajasthan's Shekhawati region. They create fashion bags with contemporary designs, wall art, and accessories. They modernise traditional designs and colours to make them more contemporary, pop, and quirky, resulting in a fun new home-grown aesthetic.


EkiBeki is a social enterprise dedicated to creating livelihood at scale through crafts. They aim to revive Indian crafts on the verge of extinction through design interventions, skill and capacity building, product development, market development, and creating self-governing mechanisms; all of which eventually help the artisans to sustain and grow their community clusters in their natural habitat.

Beads & Beyond

Beads & Beyond is a female owned small business initiated in February 2021. Their designs are made of copper based alloy and their jewellery is skin friendly & tarnish resistant. They have a diverse collection which can be styled for both formal occasions and casual wear.


ANEK has tied up with artisans from NGOs and underprivileged backgrounds who keep the tradition of craftsmanship alive. They make a variety of handmade products, including paper diaries, wood paper, painted bottles, masks, wooden trays or cushion covers.

Anam Husain

Anam Husain uses khadi handloom linens from indigenous clusters in Bhagalpur as her base fabrics. Her products range from core pieces that include shirts with one-of-a-kind details for men to hand shibori dyed kaftans, sarees, tops, dresses, corsets and jackets for women. Everything is manufactured one at a time in a design house in New Delhi with talented tailors and seamstresses.

Hand N Art Design Pvt. Ltd.

'Hand N Art' is a home decor brand that works cohesively with local artists of India to make woodcraft and showpiece products and to promote the cause 'Vocal-for-Local'.

The Bare Bar

THE BARE BAR is a home grown, hand-crafted, sustainable beauty & wellness brand. Their motto is Simple, Clean, Sustainable and they make use of natural and clean ingredients, packaged sustainably. They make a diverse range of products including soaps, scents, scrubs, clay-based deodorants, face cleansers, masks, facial care creams,and many more.

The Whole Truth Foods

The Whole Truth Foods is a 100% clean label brand. Their products have no added sugar, no preservatives, no added flavours, colours, no gluten, no artificial sweeteners. They make protein bars, energy bars, muesli, chocolates, and nut butters.