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The Indian Embassy Hosts a Two-Day Travel Fair

The Indian Embassy hosts a two-day travel fair.From February 29 to March 1, 2024, the Embassy of India in Kuwait hosted a two-day tourism promotion event at Avenues Mall in Kuwait with the theme “Explore, Experience and Enjoy Incredible India.” The event was inaugurated by Kuwait’s Assistant Under Secretary of Tourism, Osama Al-Mekhyal, and Indian Ambassador Dr. Adarsh Swaika. According to a press release from the Indian embassy, prominent Kuwaiti dignitaries, such as Sheikha Halah Bader Al-Sabah, and the media stopped by the tourism stalls.

The event covered a wide range of topics related to Indian tourism, including luxury trains in India, summer travel, wellness and rejuvenation, wildlife and adventure in the Golden Triangle, and more. Information about locations in India such as Kashmir, Shimla-Kulu Manali, Mussoorie, and Nainital in the north; Darjeeling, Gangtok, and Kalimpong in the east; and Ooty in the south was supplied under the heading of “Summer Tourism.”

The well-known Palace on Wheels, Maharajah Express, Golden Chariot, and Deccan Odyssey trains were on display as tourism destinations under the luxury train theme. Kerala’s wellness tourism industry has not stopped drawing large crowds of customers to the booths. The topics of adventure sports and wildlife tourism captured the interest of young people. According to the release, travel brochures covering various Indian tourist destinations were given out.

The event featured popular contemporary Bollywood dance, folk dances, and Indian art and dance forms like Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Kuchipudi, and Mohiniyattam. To interact with the guests, various activities were planned, such as instant quizzes, henna designs, and Zardosi artwork. According to the release, the event was a continuation of the Embassy’s ongoing efforts to introduce friends and other expatriate communities in Kuwait to various facets of Indian tourism.

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