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Rajasthan Patrika’s ‘Indian Festival’ makes a mark in Dubai

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Rajasthan Patrika’s ‘Indian Festival’ makes a mark in Dubai

‘Indian Festival’, an event by the Hindi daily Rajasthan Patrika was inaugurated on May 12 at the World Trade Centre in Dubai. The five-day festival that will go on till May 16, and has been organised to promote the investment and export opportunities in Rajasthan. Chief Minister of Rajasthan,Vasundhara Raje, inaugurated the festival.

The themes of the festival include real estate, gems and jewellery, handicrafts, education, tourism, health care and lifestyle. The entrepreneurs of Dubai are also taking part in this prestigious festival. A seminar is being held on each of the five days of the festival.

A seminar titled ‘Invest India’ is being conducted with the aim of promoting investment opportunities in Rajasthan. Raje’s participation in the seminar is being considered as an added interest for the locals of Dubai. Mohammad Ahmed Al Mur, Chairman, Cultural Association of Dubai, was present at the inauguration function, while Gulab Kothari, Managing Director, Rajasthan Patrika, underlined the growing cultural and business relationships between the two countries and spoke about the similarities between Rajasthan and Dubai.

Siddharth Kothari, Director, Rajasthan Patrika, said, “This is the first time that Rajasthan Patrika has forayed into international events, and the recognition it has received from the people of Dubai is a heartening experience. Looking at the response that ‘Indian Festival’ has generated in Dubai, it is an overwhelming feeling to see Rajasthan Patrika cross the borders and achieve success in global events.”


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