See the beautiful Pictures of India’s Pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai.

Stunning pictures of India’s Pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai. See inside pictures of the pavilion.

India’s pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai pictures is out as the program continues to the great opening of the global event.

India praises its participation in the first Expo coming in the Middle East in grand style. Visiting top names cherished the magnificent light show held in honour of the first viewing of the majestic pavilion on Wednesday 22nd Sep 2021 evening.

stunning Pictures of India's Pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai
stunning Pictures of India’s Pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai

Pavan Kapoor, India’s ambassador to the UAE:

Kapoor feels the Expo would give business opportunities for Indian firms. “We want visitors to get a one-shot look of India,” he said after the preview.

“This is not only in terms of our culture and traditions but also the wondrous possibilities and cutting edge technologies. The financing opportunities are enormous from space to hi-tech areas. “We are seeing at business connections but also for business people to come and experience themselves and see a bit of Indian society.”

India UAE trade $59 billion in 2019-20, and it went down to about $43bn last year due to the covid-19 pandemic. However, both nations seek to boost trade to $100bn over five years.

A Wonderful night with brilliant lights:

Picturesque images of Indian dancers, musicians and prime tourist resorts are on the pavilion’s facade after sunset.

The energetic production, the first of many visible stories is going to be given every day during the event regarding India’s 75 years as an independent nation.

The display with massive facade is made up of 600 moving blocks. The 15-minute show was not without glitches, as the audio silenced a few minutes after the show began. 

A statue of the Hindu temple built in Abu Dhabi is amongst the images. Legacy sites and historical locations in states beyond the country are part of the large video displays.

The designer who created the India pavilion at Expo 2020 said he aimed to capture constant change. The Indian pavilion is among a few buildings remain the same after the Expo end.

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