Saturday, 25 August 2012

Travel & Tourism Fair, Ahmedabad, 2012

While I was going through the Times of India, Ahmedabad edition yesterday, my eyes caught this full page advertisement of Travel & Tourism Fair (TTF - as it is called) which is the country's biggest travel and tourism fair being held from 24th till 26th of August 2012, at Gujarat University Exhibition Hall, Ahmedabad.

It is one of the biggest travel fair being organized, wherein different countries of the world like China, Dubai, Nepal, Singapore and many more are taking part. All the states of India along with renowned travel agents are coming together on one platform to showcase their regional art & culture and promote travel and tourism on the global as well as national level. 

This is one of the best move taken up by the States' Tourism Departments and it will surely boost and fetch some more tourists as well as generate revenue to the Government treasury. 

I visited the fair yesterday and saw that all the states had put so much efforts to visualize their tradition, culture, arts, crafts, and the beautifully designed brochures were providing all the required information to the prospective tourists. 

I am posting here some of the pictures I had taken yesterday which will give you the feel of the event. The TTF is going on till the 26th of August and the entry is free for all. A must visit for everyone enthusiastic about travel !

Photogallery:

Counter at Gujarat Tourism

Beautifully made earthen-wares on display



Odisha Tourism

Outer View of Odisha Counter

Sculpture at Mukteshwar Temple

Lord Tirupati Balaji Temple Replica

 
Inside view of replica of Lord Tirupati Balaji Temple



I'll be visiting the event again today and will keep you all updated.

Cheers !

Day 2:

Having visited the event on the first day, it was obvious that I'd be visiting TTF again and there I was with my daughter on the second day...

My daughter was very excited about the event and we both decided to spend our weekend chilling out at the venue.

Here are some more pictures ...

Counter at RTDC

Incredible Rajasthan!

Rajasthan - so colourful and amazing!

Beautifully made Handicraft from Kutchh