India is becoming including countries, corporates, and different multinational institutions are participating in Expo 2020 and more than 25 million visitors are expected. Last week the Indian Consulate in Dubai has released a video on Twitter, explaining the themes, design, and events that India will showcase at its pavilion at Expo 2021 Dubai.
Releasing the video on Twitter, the Indian Consulate said in Arabic, the India Pavilion will showcase to the world, #IndiaAt75 [75 years of India’s independence]. It will present a new and dynamic India with its never-ending opportunities.
The progress of the India pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai site is as per the schedule and almost 75% complete including flooring, utilities, facade, and painting. The project management team working on India Pavilion is optimistic of physical completion of the Pavilion by end of April 2021 and then works like curation and exhibition-related work will be done. India Pavilion will be handed over to Expo 2020 team by end of July 2021.
Bhandari Marble Group explained it is an amazing opportunity to strengthen India’s diplomatic and business relations with UAE. “India UAE trade is on a growing trajectory and we are hopeful of achieving the figure of USD100 billion in bilateral trade in the near future,” he added.
Expo 2021 will give an opportunity to the Indian businesses and companies to promote themselves and provide them with a global platform for tapping the markets in the region. They will be able to showcase their goods and technologies across the sectors to the clientele from UAE as well as other countries particularly the Middle East, CIS countries, and Africa. The buyers in UAE will be able to meet the Indian suppliers from across the sectors from whom they can source their requirements. Since Dubai is a major transit port the Indian businessmen will also be able to tap new sources for their supplies which can be routed through UAE.
Indian pavilion details and theme
The India Pavilion features a kinetic facade developed as a mosaic of rotating panels which depicts different themes as they rotate on their axis. It represents the theme of “India on the move” and is a unique amalgam of rich heritage and technological advances of the nation. The India Pavilion is a State of the Art building, one of the largest pavilions at Expo, and one of the 3 pavilions that would remain for posterity as an India center in the legacy phase. The design elements would also reflect the vibrant diversity of India’s rich culture, heritage, thriving business milieu, and multiple other aspects.
Visitors will have a huge opportunity to understand India as an attractive destination and land of opportunities which is unique in the following respects. A modern and technologically advanced nation which retains the connection with centuries-old traditions, culture, etc. A nation which is credited with the invention of zero in the ancient world and at the hub of the modern digital world as a world leader in IT & ITES. Software (IT & ITES) exports amount to 45% of India’s total exports.