Rajasthan Pavilion steals the show at Delhi Trade Fair
The Rajasthan Pavilion was immensely popular among the visitors at the 32nd edition of India International Trade Fair this year, which witnessed the participation of almost every state of the country showcasing their diverse art, culture and industrial development.
The pavilion was successful in capturing the state's vibrant and diverse art and culture under one roof. Tourists from all over the world throng here to experience the land-marvel at the legends of maharajas, the expansive desert sands, exotic wildlife and colourful festivity.
Deeply steeped in tradition, Rajasthan is a repository of amazing handicrafts, which bear the hallmark of excellent workmanship and superb quality and command sizeable markets worldwide.
While it had the state's world-renowned jewellery, known for its intricate 'meenakari' and 'kundan' work on display, the pavilion also showcased Rajasthan's footwear comprising of the very popular 'jutis'.
Indeed, Rajasthan is a treasure of delightful products made by gifted hands-Textiles, Ready-mades. Paintings, Blue Pottery, Marble ware and more all of which are showcased in the Rajasthan Pavilion.
The pavilion also turned out to be a delight for foodies, as it offers a wide range of mouth-watering Rajasthani delicacies.
Minister of State for Rural Development Lalchand Kataria, who recently visited the pavilion, was elated to see the way the state's inherent beauty had been showcased at the pavilion.
"I saw Rajasthan's art and culture here. I found it's very good. I feel as if I was in Rajasthan and not in Delhi's Pragati Maidan," said Kataria.
Rajasthan pavilion at the trade fair was able to highlight the state government's efforts, which have brought development and progress in the state in the last few years.