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Panachee, the two-day gala festive sale, concludes on Sunday

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Panachee, the two day long premium lifestyle shopping expo, that brought together under one roof apparel and jewellery designers and dealers from across the country, concluded today. The exhibition and sale was hosted on August 27 and 28 at Vivanta by Taj Surya.

Close to 50 vendors from across India participated in this edition of Panachee.

Priya Santhosh, of Rithis Boutique, had a huge crowd in her stall. This Coimbatore-based boutique owner had on display exclusive ethnic wear for women. “This is the first time that I’m participating in Panachee. I’m happy because the crowd likes the apparels that I have for sale. My stock is sourced from across India and I handpick the pieces that I sell in my boutique,” Priya said.

In one corner of the venue, a variety of lamps, including organic ones, were being sold. From lamps with simple decoration to ones with heavy works, they came in different sizes. This was at the stall put up by Bangalore-based Shilpa Doshi, regular participant at this lifestyle expo. All in all, this edition of Panachee kept its promise of having on display and for sale exclusive products for women and the home.

This edition of Panachee was declared open by city-based fitness expert Jaya Mahesh. Sahana Sumanth and Sindhu Vikram, the organisers of Panachee, joined hands with the Ladies Circle, India, to host this shopping expo.

A part of the proceeds from this expo were donated to an NGO in Coimbatore that supports children with cancer.

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