The India Pavilion in Expo-2020 Dubai starting on 1st of October is set to showcase a resurgent India’s march to becoming a five Trillion dollar economy in the post-COVID world. The Pavilion which is a technology marvel will not only capture the vibrant Indian culture and its past but also the capabilities and opportunities that it presents as a global economic hub to the domestic as well as the foreign investors.
Outlining the overarching theme of India’s participation at the six-month Expo-2020 Dubai running up to March 2022, Commerce Secretary B. V. R. Subrahmanyam said, the India Pavilion will see participation from number of Indian states who will be displaying their culture, tradition and tremendous business opportunities along with the top corporate groups from India and the public sector companies. Large number of prominent government ministers, officials, celebrities are set to visit India Pavilion during the six months of Expo-2020 which will also host number of cultural events.
Mr Subrahmanyam said, at Expo-2020 Dubai, the India Pavilion is ready to showcase the face of an India rising on the pillar of sustainability along with opportunity and mobility, a nation ready to lead the world’s future. The pavilion will exhibit the country’s cultural diversity, ancient treasures, achievements, and leading opportunities with cutting-edge technologies. One of the largest pavilions at the Expo-2020 Dubai, India Pavilion will feature an innovative kinetic façade made up of 600 individual colourful blocks. It is developed as a mosaic of rotating panels that will depict different themes as they rotate on their axis. It represents the theme of ‘India on the Move’ and is a unique amalgam of the rich heritage and technological advances of the nation.
As India celebrates 75 years of its independence, the India Pavilion will mirror the celebrations of Amrit Mahotsav, which was launched by the Prime Minister and will bring to the world the New India through many activities and cultural extravaganza.
The entire four-storey structure is divided into two parts. The zones are identified based on 11 primary themes – Climate and Biodiversity, Space, Urban and Rural Development, Tolerance and Inclusivity, Golden Jubilee, Knowledge and Learning, Travel and Connectivity, Global Goals, Health and Wellness, Food Agriculture and Livelihoods and Water. The India Pavilion will also host and co-create leadership discussions, international trade conferences and seminars to explore opportunities to partner with other participating nations.
At the India Pavilion, the visitors will also get the chance to witness star-studded nights, multiple cultural shows, Indian festivals celebration and relish the Indian delicacies.