Greater Noida (Uttar Pradesh) [India], September 22 (ANI): The Uttar Pradesh International Trade Show held at India Expo Mart saw the participation of over two thousand exhibitors showcasing products from various corners of the state.
These exhibitors expressed their enthusiasm for the trade show and expressed their gratitude to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
One such exhibitor, Angika Kushwaha, hailing from Varanasi, informed that she specializes in crafting Banarasi sarees and manages a workforce of one thousand individuals operating 300 looms.
Angika, who holds a PhD in Textiles, is here to showcase the intricacies of making Banarasi sarees. She further added that weavers are getting all kinds of facilities under the Yogi government and no longer have to worry about taking loans.
Dilshad Hussain, a Padmashree-awarded craftsman from Moradabad, displayed brass carvings at the event.
He emphasized that international trade shows offer UP exhibitors a platform to present their products to international buyers. Dilshad Hussain expressed his gratitude to CM Yogi for providing such excellent facilities for exhibitors, describing it as a unique opportunity.
Sheesh Ram, an art enthusiast from Meerut and a Padmashree Award recipient, was delighted to participate in the UP International Trade Show.
After serving in the Indian Army for 40 years, he made significant contributions to portrait painting and sculpture, gaining global recognition.
Sheesh Ram emphasized that events like the International Trade Show not only elevate the prestige of artists and craftsmen but also enhance the reputation of Uttar Pradesh and India on the global stage. (ANI)