Posted on 21-03-2021 by Admin
The preparations for the Dubai Expo, starting on 1 October, are at a peak. More than 192 countries are participating in this mega event lasting 6 months. Every country is creating a high-tech pavilion to showcase its culture and potential. Siddharth Kumar, consul incharge of the expo, told that Rs 500 crore. The Indian pavilion being built at a cost of 4800 square meters has started taking shape.
Approximately 75% of the work, including floor, look, front face and structure, has been completed. Structural work will be completed by April 2021. This will be followed by works related to curation and exhibition. This grand pavilion will be given to the Indian Expo team in July. According to the Indian consulate, this pavilion will present a dynamic India with unlimited opportunities.
Will showcase the rise of India in all regions and celebrate the Amrit Mahotsav (India @ 75). Will share the vision for the next 75 years. Teej-festivals such as Deepawali, Lohri, Pongal, Basant Panchami and Holi during the expo will also be organized and all participants will be invited.
India and the UAE will cross the $ 100 billion mark in bilateral trade in the future. The expo will give Indian companies a global platform to use the markets in the region. People who come here will get to know 20 reasons to go to India. The holographic system will also provide a discussion experience with Gandhiji. The revolving panel is being developed as a mosaic, which will show variations of the country rotating on the axis.
The expo, which runs from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022, will reach 25 million people. More than 192 countries will be a part of this mega event.
30 thousand volunteers will see the system. For this, 55 thousand people have registered.
This expo is taking place in an area of 4.38 sq km. The city is settling near Al Maktoum International Airport in southern Dubai.