International Leo Expo at IG Park

leoITANAGAR, Mar 3: The International Leo Expo organized by Northeast's one of the premier advertising agencies-cum-event management companies Leo Advertising in association with All Arunachal Pradesh Tribal Union (AAPTU) formally began at Indira Gandhi Park here on March 1. The Expo was formally inaugurated by Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner Mige Kamki on Monday evening.

A good number of participants from the country and abroad, including Thailand, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are taking part in the expo, which is scheduled to conclude on March 14.

Apart from these countries, products from Egypt and Turkey will also be available to the visitors.
Jewelleries and a range of flower imitations, modern decorative items etc. will be available for purchase in Thailand stalls.
The Sri Lankans have brought their world famous precious Gemstones; Jamdani, Tangail, while locally made handloom sarees of Bangladesh are available along with handloom bedcovers in the Expo.

Lovers of comfortable blankets can easily jump to the Turkish stalls and lighten their pockets happily. Traditional hand-made decorations of Egypt are the added attraction of the Expo.

Apart from these international traditional products, Jaipur's rajais, ladies kurtis, churidars, decorative lamps etc., are also receiving good response from different customers who thronged the Expo so far. Taste buds of the people of Itanagar have also been tickled by the various eateries available in the Expo.

Special attraction of the Expo this year has been the exhibition of world famous luxurious car brand Audi.
The visitors on March 1, 2 and 3 were also enthralled by the fireworks for Barpeta, Assam.

src: arunachal times

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