India International Trade Fair 2019
Every year, the International Trade Fair, which will be held in Pragati Maidan, will start from tomorrow i.e. November 14, Thursday. This time the 39th Trade Fair (Trade Fair) is being organized. This trade fair will be held from November 14 to 27. If you are planning to move around in the trade, then you have to remember its date and time, because from 14 to 18 November it will be opened only for traders. And it will be open to the general public from 19 November. This time in the trade fair, entry has been kept from only three gates. 20 to 25 thousand people are expected to come to the fair daily. Which can cause traffic jams. That is why you have to take care of roadways as well.
Date, opening and closing of the trade fair
This trade fair will be held from 14 to 27 November. The time of entry to the fair is kept from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm. This time the theme of the trade fair is “Ease of Doing Business”.
How much is the ticket of the trade fair?
The price of the ticket for the traders in the trade fair has been kept at Rs 500, which will be from 14 to 18 November and can be booked online. The ticket rates for the common people are kept slightly higher on national holidays, while the rates are less on the common days. These tickets are set aside for children, youth, whose list is given below.
International Trade Fair Ticket Table:
Square day ticket price
14 to 18 NOV for traders. 500 rupees / –
Aam Aadmi Monday-Friday Rs 60 / –
Children Monday-Friday Rs 40 / –
Aam Aadmi (Holiday) Saturday-Sunday 120 rupees / –
For Children (Holiday) Saturday-Sunday Rs 60 / –
Which gate to enter?
According to the Delhi Traffic Police, the entry for the common people will be given only from gate numbers 1, 10 and 11. And entry will be given only till 5 pm.
What to see in which hall?
There are very big halls in Pragati Maidan and one day may be less to see the trade fair. If you go to the fair with a little system, your time will not be wasted and you will be able to see more and more stalls in the fair. For this, you have to remember the list given below, in which halls are stalls in which category: –
7 Stalls associated with the Ministries of the Government of India – Small Scale Industries, Health, Justice, Minorities etc.
9 and 10 foreign stalls will be installed in this hall.
11 Stalls related to items of common need will be set up here – like cosmetic, electronics, kitchen, computer, mobile, shoes, health, food etc.
12 and 12A pavilions of different states of the country will be installed here
How to reach the trade fair?
If you come to see the trade fair from the metro, then you can come here on foot directly after landing at Pragati Maidan and Mandi House metro station. And if you are coming by bus, then people coming from Delhi-NCR can get off at Mathura Road and Bhairo Road Bus Stand.
How to reach your car and where will the parking be?
If you want to come to see the fair with your car, then you have to go to Bhairo Temple, Zoo, Jabat Masjid on Man Singh Road, behind Raksha Bhawan, Vigyan Bhawan, behind Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra, where you can parking your car. They will have to pay a fee for the parking of Bhairo temple and zoo.
In view of the traffic problem, Delhi Police has appealed people to come to the trade fair by metro or bus. Or you can pool your car and come. If you want to use auto, then prepaid auto facility will also be available at gate number-1.
Where can I get the ticket?
Trade fair tickets will be available online only and in some metro stations of Delhi-NCR. You have to take care that before coming to the fair, you must book your ticket online or take it from any metro station because this time no ticket window will be available at Pragati Maidan Metro station. And tickets will not be sold in and around the trade fair. To book tickets online, you have to go to Trade Fair website (http://indiatradefair.com/) or Book My Show website or app.