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T-Works to host India's largest 'Maker Faire' from November 9 to 11

Devdiscourse News Desk Hyderabad
Updated: 02-11-2018 20:47 IST

T-Works, a Hardware prototyping centre promoted by the Telangana Government will host the city's first and the country's largest 'Maker Faire' from November 9 to 11 here, a top company official said Friday.

According to an official release, Maker Faire, started over a decade ago in the USA, is a celebration of invention, creativity and curiosity, showcasing the best of the global 'Maker Movement'.

"The three-day event is an attempt to make Hyderabad the hub for maker movement as well. The Hyderabad edition of Maker Faire is the largest in India.

Though a couple of smaller versions held before, this is the first time the large version of Maker Faire is happening in India at Hyderabad," Sujai Karampuri, CEO of T-Works said. Last year, as many as 191 Maker Faires were held in 38 countries, attracting 1.4 million people, the release said.

(With inputs from agencies.)