Snapdeal.com to sell handicrafts from Tamil Nadu

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    Tamil Nadu government-owned Handicrafts Development Corporation has tied up with e-commerce retailer Snapdeal.com for sale of traditional handicrafts from the state. Snapdeal would create a store under title "Poompuhar" on its page to sell brass products, stone, wood carvings and sandalwood products, among others. "This partnership is our endeavour to empower local artisans of Tamil Nadu," Snapdeal.com, Vice-President (Market development), Vishal Chadha said.

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    Snapdeal.com to sell handicrafts from Tamil Nadu

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