Sakshi Nagar 25-11-2023 05:15 PM My India

This world trade fair is being organized by the India International Trade Fair (IITF), which will run from 14 to 27 November at the Bharat Mandapam located at Pragati Maidan in the capital Delhi. The fair was inaugurated by Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Anupriya Patel and Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Somprakash. This time the 42nd edition of this fair is being organized, the theme of which is based on ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’. 3,500 participants from India and abroad including 25 states along with 13 countries are participating in this fair. The partner states of this fair are Bihar and Kerala. The focus states are Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh.

There are total of 14 halls, let’s see what all you can buy from these pavilions:

Hall Number. 1: Pavilions of Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, and Maharashtra have been made in this hall wherein, people will get a chance to buy products related to these four states. These four states are the focus states in this year's trade fair.


Hall No. 2: Pavilions of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh states have been made in Hall No. 2 located on the ground floor. Apart from this, there will also be a pavilion of Coal India and the Ministry of Earth Sciences in the same hall, in which people will be able to get information related to these two ministries and buy products related to Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. Pavilions of Andra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Odisha, Tripura, and West Bengal have been built on the first floor of Hall No. 2. Visitors can also visit these pavilions and buy products related to these states.


Hall No. 3: A stall of the Khadi and Village Industries Commission has been set up in this hall, from where people can buy Khadi clothes. Pavilions for the states of Andaman and Nicobar, Assam, Goa Ladakh, Nagaland, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana have been built on the first floor of hall number three.


Hall No. 4: On the ground floor, the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and exhibitors from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, Oman, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Vietnam and UAE participating in the fair are located on the ground floor. Stalls have been set up. On the first floor of Hall No. 4 Pavilions for the states of Gujarat. Karnataka. Madhya Pradesh and Punjab have been built.


Hall Number. 5: Stalls related to Central Government Ministries and Departments, Commodity Boards, and Public Sector Undertakings were set up on the first floor in Hall Number Five went. Pavilions of Kerala, Haryana, and Uttarakhand states have been built on the first floor of hall number five.


Hall No. 6: In this, stalls of Handloom and Handicraft, Gujarat State Handloom Corporation, National Jute Board, and the Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry have been set up. Saras Livelihood Fair has been organized by the Ministry of Panchavati Rai and the National Institute of Rural Development in AB and C area of Hall No. 7 for the products made by women. Stalls of various types of products have been set up in the D and E areas of Hall 7. Stalls of startups related to food and beverages have been set up in areas F, G and H.


Hall No. 8, 9, and 10: Stalls related to food, beverages, and spices have been set up in these three halls.


Hall No. 11 & 12: In Hall No. 11, stalls of products related to consumer durables, cosmetics, electrical electronics, footwear, home appliances, jewelry, kitchen equipment, nutraceuticals, and various types of watches have been set up. Similarly, stalls of beauty products, cosmetics, jewelry, and watches have also been set up in Hall No. 12.


Hall No. 12 A: Stalls related to clothes, gifts, education items, handicrafts, home furnishing, and textiles have been set up


Hall No. 14: In this, stalls of Coir Board, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Ministry of Power, Ministry of Steel, National Small Industries Corporation, Security Printing and Mining Corporation, and other products have been set up.


The fair will start at 10 am, and the spectators will be able to enjoy it till 7.30 pm. Common people will be allowed entry into the fair premises from gate numbers 1, 4, 6, and 10. Whereas entry for exhibitors will be from gate numbers 1, 4, 5B, and 10. Whereas ITPO officers will be able to enter from gate number 9 and 1. Whereas entry will be prohibited after 5.30 pm. Metro will be the best option to visit this fair, whereas visitors coming by private vehicle can park their vehicle in the underground parking of Bhairav Road and enter from gates numbers 1, and 6.


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