Five Things You Must Not Miss at Delhi Trade Fair

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Five Things You Must Not Miss at Delhi Trade Fair


New Delhi, Nov. 20 -- The India International Trade Fair has 7,000 participants displaying handicrafts and other wares at Pragati Maidan and It is open from 9.30am to 7.30pm. Here's what you can look out for.

Spices, chutney from Maharashtra

If you want to include new spices in your kitchen, visit the topmost floor of the Maharashtra pavilion. Green chilli thecha (a dry chutney) and garlic chutney that go best with rotis and vegetable curry flew off the shelves on Saturday. The vendors also sell peanut chutney, another hit among buyers. 'Kolhapur Kanda Lehsun Masala', made with onions and garlic, is a masala that can be used to a great effect in vegetable curry, said the vendors from Maharashtra. The price ranges from Rs 50 to Rs 100.

Hand-woven garments

Weavers from Bihar, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Punjab sell traditional dresses for men and women at the trade fair. Kanjivaram and tussar silk sarees at the Tamil Pavilion, embroidered silk sarees at the Bihar pavilion are a hit among the women.

Tihar Jail products

Products made by the inmates of Tihar Jail are available at the Digital Tihar exhibit at the three-storeyed Delhi pavilion. Visitors can buy cookies (Rs 42), rusks (Rs 55) and namkeen (Rs 20), and bedsheets (Rs400) woven by the inmates. …

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