Delegation of Indian Ambassadors and High Commissioners urged Rajiv Arora for a large display of handicrafts
A delegation of Indian Ambassadors and High Commissioners from five countries on Monday paid a courtesy call on Rajeev Arora, President, Rajsico. Inspired by Amrapali Museum, the delegation urged Arora to make a big display of Rajasthani handicraft products under “India Mission Abroad”.
The delegation included the Indian Ambassadors and High Commissioners from the countries of Morocco, Bulgaria, Nambia, Armenia, South Sudan. Commissioner Industries Shri Mahendra Parakh was also present in the said courtesy call.
Rajsico President Shri Rajiv Arora also reviewed the preparations for the 41st India International Trade Fair 2022 to be held from 14th November at Pragati Maidan, Delhi. The coordination committee constituted under the chairmanship of Shri Rajeev Arora saw the submission of interested firms for the construction of Rajasthan Pavilion. Shri Arora informed that this year Rajasthan Pavilion will be built on the basis of unique heritage of Rajasthan, in which a large display of culture, music, handicraft products of Rajasthan will be done.
IITF People coming to the place will be able to enjoy Rajasthani cuisine and enjoy the live exhibition of Rajasthani music. Along with this, efforts will be made to provide far-reaching business benefits to the entrepreneurs, handicraftsmen and weavers etc. who take stalls in the exhibition. Commissioner Industries Mr. Mahendra Parakh, Commissioner, VIP Mr. Omprakash Kasera, Managing Director of the Corporation Dr. Manisha Arora and other senior officers were present in the meeting.