Odisha pavilion showcases handicrafts, handlooms at India International Trade Fair in Delhi – न्यूज़लीड India

Odisha pavilion showcases handicrafts, handlooms at India International Trade Fair in Delhi


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Published: Tuesday, November 22, 2022, 21:33 [IST]

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Bhubaneswar, Nov 22 – Odisha Pavilion showcasing the state’s artefacts and fashions has been put up at the International Trade Fair at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Keeping up with the mantra of ‘Vocal for Local, Local to Global’, the Odisha Pavilion has been designed and decorated highlighting various initiatives of the Government of Odisha in this regard. It is heartening to see that various local products of Odisha are definitely becoming the first choice in the global market. The pavilion displayed a number of products that have been manufactured by women artisans from rural Odisha.

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The state government facilitates and promotes these rural entrepreneurs by providing them with a dynamic and vibrant environment. These rural entrepreneurs are being facilitated and promoted by the state government which provides them a dynamic and vibrant environment with a conducive environment to support and promote their small enterprises. It not only empowers them but also helps them to lead their life successfully in all fields. “Five stalls have been set up for Startups to showcase their innovations. Startups such as Barflow Labs, Carbon Out Techcon Pvt Ltd. Craftindica, Larki Health Care Pvt Ltd. M/s Yobel Technology, etc. have employees.

Stall to explain your products to the visitors. Many other similar startups are being promoted by the government to take advantage of such platforms in future.” “Department of Agriculture and Farmers Empowerment, Government of Odisha has launched a special program for promotion of millets in the tribal areas of Odisha is introduced. This is a unique project, a flagship program under the Odisha Millets Mission (OMM), revitalizing the state. Bajra from the fields to not only the plate in tribal homes, but also the food dishes in our homes. Millet, as we all know, is rich in protein, fiber and minerals and is good for health as it reduces helps. risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, heart and other health problems,” it added. It also added that Odisha, through its Department of Agriculture and Farmers Empowerment, has stubbornly promoted its pro-millet policies, and has taken various initiatives to encourage and maximize this season-friendly, nutrition-rich crop as a form of nutritional consumption among the mainstream and the underprivileged.

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Odisha pavilion showcases handicrafts, handlooms at India International Trade Fair in Delhi

Story first published: Tuesday, November 22, 2022, 21:33 [IST]

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