It’s Grand- India Gets Largest Pavilion at Dubai Expo2020

Unlike previous exhibitions, this time the soft power of modern India will be exhibited on a snazzy Kinetic Facade of imposing grandeur at Dubai Expo 2020.

A four-storey Pavilion is being designed by a Delhi-based Architect firm which claims to  complete it by the end of August this year, a month before the showcase world event starts. More than 191 countries will be participating at Expo 2020 Dubai.

The sale of tickets for the Expo has already started from July 18 and it will be on for 182 days starting from October 1 and concluding on March 31, 2022.

According to the firm, the pavillion is stretched in the area of one lakh sq ft and the design is inspired from the Jantar Mantar and Ashok  Chakra on the Indian Flag, the pavilion includes a multistory building that has space for B2B meetings, socio-cultural events and digital exhibits.

In addition to the art and craft, this year, a holistic view of India showcasing the transition of the country into a progressive modern nation will enthrall the audience. With the opening ceremony at Al Wasl Plaza, the Expo will run for 26 weeks, at the pavilion as each state will also present its story. The digital display and graphics will keep on changing every week to keep the curiosity and interest alive.

As India celebrates 75 years of independence, the dynamic facade having 600 individual movable blocks  will project the opportunities in various disciplines like technology, tradition, trade, tourism, mobility and sustainability to let the world know about the power of modern India.

In the evening, the façade will turn into a vibrant show with sound, light and projections. Campaigns of the government, which include Make in India, Digital India, Skill India and Start-Up India, will be the key highlights.

Cover image source: Dubai Media Office

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