Tastefully-decorated Bihar pavilion becomes star attraction at 39th trade fair
NEW DELHI: The 39th trade fair at Pragati Maidan (Bihar pavilion) has focused its theme on “Ease of Doing Business” this time.
Upendra Maharathi Shilp Anusandhan Sansthan (UMSAS), Patna has been appointed by the industry department as an Implementing agency for decorating Bihar Pavilion, officials said. The trade fair which starts on November 14 will conclude on November 27.
In the front and main Gate of the pavilion, a display of big statue of Mahatma Gandi on his 150th birth anniversary and cut-out model of Bihar chief minister Nitish kumar on other side main gate will be major attraction.
UMSAS director Ashok Kumar Sinha said the main attraction of Bihar Pavilion this time would be decorated by Bihar’s four major arts and painting – Madhubani Painting, Manjusha Painting and tikuli art.
Another star attraction will be the live demonstration of Bihar’s four crafts – terracotta, Tikuli art, siki art and Stone craft by state award winner artist, officials said.
For the past six years, UMSAS has been given the responsibility of organizing the Bihar Pavilion in Delhi.