Splendor of the trade fair returned, 32 thousand people arrived on Saturday; Fair emerged as a shopping destination

The glamor of the India International Trade Fair (IITF) has returned. People thronged the fair as soon as the trade fair opened for the general public on Saturday. A limited number of people were seen in the year 2020 and 2021 due to Corona. But once again the craze of the trade fair was visible among the people due to the arrival of a large number of people in the trade fair on Saturday. According to the India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO), 32,258 tickets were bought at metro stations and online on Saturday.

Splendor of the trade fair returned, 32 thousand people arrived on Saturday; Fair emerged as a shopping destination

The India International Trade Fair (IITF) has a lot in store for the people. People can enjoy the traditional heritage of the state in every state pavilion. Along with this, several new halls and International Exhibition cum Convention Center (IECC) are being constructed at Pragati Maidan by ITPO. After its construction, Pragati Maidan will look even more beautiful. At the same time, the newly built hall number 5 exhibition hall is worth seeing. Entering inside, hall number 4 and 5 also display a variety of products. Whose people are doing heavy shopping. There are also stalls from many countries. 12 countries have participated in the fair. These include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bahrain, Belarus, Iran, Nepal, Thailand, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. People were seen buying many items of these countries fiercely. The fair will be held till 27 November. The trade fair has also become a shopping destination for the people. People are doing a lot of shopping here. With Sunday being a holiday, more people are expected to reach the fair.

The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) pavilion in Hall No. 5 of the trade fair has a lot to see for the visitors. Selfie point has also been set up here for the families. On which people are seen posing for photographs with their families. At the same time, a special counter has also been made for the youth in this pavilion. In which they are being guided by giving information about career opportunities in the Customs and GST Department of the Central Government. Also, six help desks are also present in this pavilion. In which people are being made aware on tax related matters by the experts. Along with this, people are also being made aware about tax through street plays and special magic shows.
People are also enjoying the cultural programs at the Saras Aajeevika Mela in hall number 7 A, B and C organized at Pragati Maidan. Here, a crowd of people is seen in these programs in the evening. Here 300 women from self-help groups from 26 states are displaying rural products from across the country. People are also shopping fiercely for the products displayed in the pavilions of many states and in the various stalls of Hall No. 7.

The trade fair has also emerged as a shopping destination for the people. The best products from various states are on display at the SARAS Aajeevika Mela in Hall No. 7A, B and C. Here people are buying cotton suits, phulkari suits, silk sarees, metal art, bell metal, dry fruits and snacks, papad, mango pickle and turmeric powder from Chhattisgarh. At the same time, people are seen buying a lot of miscellaneous handloom items, silk sarees, dupattas, bell metal, wooden handicrafts, pet chitra as well as bed decorative items from Gujarat. Also, Bamboo Products from Andaman & Nicobar, Traditional Clothing from Arunachal Pradesh, Bamboo Products, Assamese Clothing Materials from Assam, Water Hyacinth Products, Cane & Bamboo Products, South Indian Pickle from Andhra Pradesh, Oil, Herbal Honey, Wooden Handicraft, Sarees and soft toys are also being liked by the people.

In the trade fair, people are also seen buying products like Madhubani paintings, silk sarees, solar torches, lacquer bangles and natural honey from Bihar. These products are on display in hall number 7. Along with this, Kuchi handicrafts and snacks from Goa, cotton suits from Haryana, sarees, dupattas, terracotta items, cloth materials, dress materials, jewelry, Mahua Ladoo famous in snacks, miscellaneous handloom items from Himachal Pradesh, socks, handbags, soaps People are also seen doing shopping. At the same time, Golden grass products, Kuchi handicrafts, cloth material from Jammu and Kashmir are also attracting a lot of people.