Trade Fair 2024

Important information

  • Trade Fair (Delhi) 2024
  • November 14 to 27, 2024 (14 days),
  • Location : Mathura Road, Railway Colony, New Delhi, Delhi 110002
  • Nereast Metro Station : Pragti Maidan,
  • Nereast Railway Station : Hazrat Nizamuddin 3km from Pragati Maidan,
  • Business Days: November 14 to 18, 2024  (5 days),
  • Public Days : November 19 to  27, 2024 (9 days),
  • Timings : Business days- November 14 to 18, 2024 -  9.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m.
  • Public days – November 19 to 27, 2024 - 9.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m.,
  • Business Visitor Ticket: Rs.500/- per person per day,
  • Seasonal Ticket : Rs.1800/- per person,
  • Student Ticket (In Uniform with School ID): Rs. 50/-
  • General Public Ticket :
  • Adult : Rs.50/- per person per day (working days),
  • Rs.120/- per person per day (Saturday / Sunday / Holiday),
  • Children  (Below 12 years of age) : Rs.30/- per child per day (working days)
  • Rs. 60/- per child per day (Saturday / Sunday / Holiday),
  • Senior Citizen and Handicapped Person : Free Entry
  • Parking Charges: Bhairon Road, Pragati Maidan
  • HMVs : Rs. 400/- per entry
  • LMVs  : Rs. 150/- per entry
  • 2-wheelers: Rs.75/- per entry
  • Bicycle: Rs.5/- per entry,
  • Tickets Outlets at Pragati Maidan:
  • Gate Nos. 1, 2 and 10
  • (Week days   :    09.00 a.m. to 04.00 p.m.)
  • (Holidays       :    09.00 a.m. to 02.00 p.m.)
  • Tickets Outlets (other than ITPO’s Gates): Designated Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Stations (DMRC)
  • Arrangement of Wi-Fi at Hall No.7-12A, 14 and 18 and at 10 prime locations

India International trade fair is organised every year at Pragti Maidan which is situated on Bhairon road, New Delhi.  The trade fair is one of the largest trade fairs of the world.

Every year the trade fair starts on 14 November and lasts for about 2 weeks. First few days are business days meant for business people and rest of the days the trade fair is open for general public. Every year lakhs of people visit the trade fair. All the states of India participate in the trade fair and display the cultural, tourism, trade and progress of their state.

The trade fair was first organised in the  year 1980. India International Trade fair (IITF) provides a collective platform for all sorts of producers, traders, exporters and importers. The trade fair spans across 72000 sq metres.  The trade fair is organised by India Trade Promotion Organization(ITPO) which is the trade promotion department of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India.

The heart of India's bustling capital, Delhi, hosts an annual extravaganza that echoes the country's vibrant culture and economic vigor - the Delhi Trade Fair. This esteemed event stands as a testament to India's commercial prowess and cultural diversity, attracting visitors from all corners of the globe.

Celebrating Diversity and Commerce

The Delhi Trade Fair represents a confluence of cultures, traditions, and commerce. Held at the Pragati Maidan, it showcases an incredible array of products and services. From traditional handicrafts, textiles, and artifacts to modern technological innovations and international commodities, the fair embodies the fusion of tradition and modernity. It becomes a melting pot where diverse cultures converge, promoting economic exchanges and fostering cultural understanding.

A Shopper's Paradise

The fair tantalizes visitors with an extensive array of shopping opportunities. It offers a treasure trove of goods, ranging from traditional Indian handlooms, exquisite jewelry, and ethnic artifacts to state-of-the-art gadgets, home appliances, and international merchandise. It's a shopper's paradise where one can explore, bargain, and indulge in an unmatched shopping experience.

Cultural Extravaganza

Apart from commerce, the fair is a celebration of India's rich cultural heritage. It features vibrant folk performances, music, dance, and art exhibitions from various states, showcasing the nation's diverse traditions and artistic prowess. Visitors get a glimpse into India's kaleidoscopic culture, adding a touch of festivity and entertainment to the trade fair.

Platform for Businesses

For businesses, the Delhi Trade Fair serves as a significant platform for networking, brand visibility, and product launches. It provides an opportunity for small-scale industries, artisans, and entrepreneurs to showcase their products to a larger audience, fostering growth and economic opportunities.

Social and Economic Impact

Beyond commerce, the fair significantly contributes to the economy by boosting trade and tourism. It generates employment opportunities, stimulates local businesses, and fosters economic growth, making it an integral part of Delhi's socio-economic fabric.

Embracing Innovation and Tradition

The Delhi Trade Fair encapsulates the essence of India - a harmonious blend of innovation and tradition. It celebrates the spirit of entrepreneurship, showcases cultural diversity, and highlights India's march towards progress while cherishing its heritage.

The Delhi Trade Fair stands as a testament to India's ethos - embracing diversity, fostering commerce, and celebrating culture. It remains an event that not only boosts the economy but also serves as a vibrant cultural platform, leaving an indelible mark on every visitor.

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