During these ten days, over sixty exhibitors from Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Gujrat, Karnataka, Kashmir, Maharashtra, Punjab, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh will participate in the exhibition. Visitors can discover and buy hand-woven products and other handicraft products such as oriental rugs, home furnishings, toys, clothing, jewelry, fashion accessories, leather goods, lamps and candlesticks, musical instruments, perfumes, ayurvedic products, watches and clothing all made in India married. They can also choose from shirts and T-shirts, furniture and jewelry made ??by top manufacturers including contractors of SMEDA.
At the trade exhibition and cultural entertainment will be at the rendezvous. Numbers of magic, puppets, songs Bollywood, folk and ghazal, the fire dance and percussion. Troops of Sega and Bhojpuri were invited to represent the party in Mauritius. A center of entertainment will be free for children. A 'craft market', composed of handmade products, mehendi and rangoli demonstrations rub shoulders acupressure, astrology, palmistry and tarot. Bollywood film festival will be offered on a daily basis. There will also be a center dedicated to fashion.
Beyond the business aspect, the IMTCE offers itself as a forum for investment businessmen Mauritian and Indian. Attendees will explore all avenues of partnership in various sectors, ranging from furniture, carpets and jewelery in the distribution of cosmetics, through real estate and automotive.
More than 50,000 visitors be expected from exposure. The price of admission is set at Rs 30 while access is free for children under twelve years old and the disabled. From each ticket sold, the amount of Re 1.50 will be donated to SOS Children's Village, child sponsorship foundation created in 1990.Une free shuttle serve the North Station every day from 10:00 to 20:30.