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    This massive complex is the venue of the annual India International Trade Fair usually held in November. It has permanent buildings for pavilion of all the states of the country. Many business and industrial organisations from all over the world participate in these fairs, resulting in exchange of industrial collaboration and joint ventures. Worth visiting are Nehru Pavilion, Defense Pavilion, Indira Pavilion, Son of India Pavilion and Village Complex, which brings out a beautiful presentation of diversified India. 

    This was founded in 1982 on the eve of Asian Games and various Trade Fairs are organised throughout the year. States have found their permanent stalls here with their products and merchandises. Four gates at different sides enter this 7-acre village complex offering the states pavilion housing the handcraft skills of Indian artisans. 

    Appu Ghar (a mini Diseney land) at gate No.4 is famous for a modern play ground for young comers offering some of the Globe's most sophisticated equipment meant for children at play. Recent events Auto Expo 2002 15 22 January 2002 For two weeks every November, part of central New Delhi becomes a nightmare for motorists and traffic police as mammoth crowds clog the streets near Pragati Maidan. They visit the India International Trade Fair (IITF), where some 6,000 companies - mostly from India and its Asian neighbours display their products at the country's biggest exhibition complex. The IITF has grown into one of the largest trade fairs in the region. 

    This exhibition complex -- the only one of its kind in India and has 18 halls, 22 permanent pavilions, covered space of 130,000 square meters and an open area of 180,000 square meters. Situated in heart of New Delhi, this is more than just a modern exhibition complex .it is another name for the most cost effective conduit to the vast Indian market through the medium fairs. Pragati Maidan hosts a series of high-quality international trade fairs. Its scientifically designed exhibition hall, complete with a network of infrastructural facilities in a lush green setting, makes it the automatic choice of exhibition organizers from India and abroad. The fair complex offers excellent infrastructure including air-conditioned auditoria and conference room, a press lounge, a business information center, restaurants, banks, post offices etc. 

    Visited by captains of trade and industry from different parts of India, decision makers and top government officials, Pragati Maidan is clearly attuned to the requirements of the vast Indian market. As an exhibition venue par-excellence, Pragati Maidan has been the automatic choice of leading organizers of expositions that invariably cover a wide industrial canvas
    Pragati Maidan has also emerged as the ideal setting for the holding of innumerable fairs by other organizers of the recent run of fairs ,the successes stories have included auto expo, Indian engineering trade fair, plastIndia, Information Technology exhibition, IYT Asia and many others. Exhibition of ITPO have focused on a wide range of products that have both a domestic appeal and export connotation. These range from consumer goods and home appliances, garments, shoes, children's ware, handicraft and gift items to power generation, technology and equipment related to petrochemicals, oil and gas industries, hospital and medical equipment, machinery and machine tools related to different industries, agricultural products and engineering goods. 

    It also houses the Crafts Museum, which is having collections of 20,000 specimens of weaving products, metal products - Daru and wooden products- earthen moulds, images and artifice. The state pavilions are a must visit to witness the variance of various Indian states at one place

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