Palash brand, tribal arts, handicrafts get global exposure
Ranchi, November 18: Jharkhand Pavilion at the India International Trade Fair (IITF) 2022 held in New Delhi has become the center of attraction with the theme “Vocal for Local, Local to Global”.
In the 41st edition of IITF, the artists and art of Jharkhand are not only getting recognition at the national level, but the initiative to give a new platform to their art forms abroad has also been taken under the direction of Chief Minister Hemant Soren.
Their arts is getting a lot of reviews and footfalls in the international trade fair at the stall of Jharcraft. The artists are are confident that their art will now be able to make a mark on the world stage. It may be known that this year Jharkhand is participating as a partner state in the Indian International Trade Fair 2022.
About 2,500 domestic and foreign delegates from 12 other countries are displaying their products in the 14-day trade fair.
Tribal costumes have been presented to the world in a new color form at the Johar Gram Stall located at the Jharkhand Pavilion. With this, Jharkhand’s local weavers, tribal artisans and tribal weaving are getting a golden opportunity to showcase themselves on the international platform. Jharkhand’s traditional tribal jackets, shirts, towels, gamchas, caps etc. have been displayed which are becoming the center of attraction for the trade fair visitors.
The exhibition of high quality products prepared by members of Sakhi Mandal in Jharkhand Pavilion is also getting attention. The Palash brand has been presented in a professional manner as per the vision of the Chief Minister. Apart from this, stalls of Khadi, Jharcraft, Jareda, Agriculture and Forest Department are also registering their presence in the trade fair.
Recently, Chief Minister Hemant Soren has implemented the Solar Energy Policy 2022 for the wide expansion of solar energy in the state, under which a target of 4000 MW power generation from solar energy has been set in the next five years. In JREDA (Jharkhand Renewable Energy Development Agency ) stall, a unique picture of development through a 3D model of a solar-powered village in Jharkhand has been shown. So that investment can be attracted in the field of solar energy in the state.