The 12th Edition Of The Great Indian Travel Bazaar Is Set To Be Held In April

Over 230 foreign delegates from Australia, Germany, France, Spain and beyond will be attending the event to be held in Jaipur
The Great Indian Travel Bazaar will be held in Jaipur this April. Photo Credit
The Great Indian Travel Bazaar will be held in Jaipur this April. Photo Credit
The Rajasthan Tourism Department, Ministry of Tourism, and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce (FICCI) are set to come together again to host the 12th edition of the Great Indian Travel Bazaar (GITB) from April 23 to 25. The two-day event, to be attended by 230 foreign delegates, will be held at the Jaipur Exhibition and Convention Centre (JECC Campus), Sitapura, Jaipur. The announcement came after a preview meeting on January 11, at "Khasa Kothi," also attended by the Director of the Department, Dr Rashmi Sharma (IAS), where they discussed the programme's framework. 
A Global Platform
This time, the event is set to be bigger than ever, as Shri Deepak Dava, President of FICCI, suggested that the number of foreign delegates attending the event will increase over the coming days. Held every year, the GITB event has established itself as an esteemed platform where delegates from around the world can forge connections, showcase their country's specialities, and exchange enriching ideas. 
An Unique Experience
Foreign delegates from countries like Germany, France, Spain and Australia will be in attendance. In addition to facilitating cross-cultural exchange and dialogue, the organisers have made every effort to ensure that the delegates experience India's and Rajasthan's unique cultural aspects and hospitality. 
"All the foreign delegates participating in GITB would be brought from Delhi to Jaipur by the 'Palace on Wheels'. The year 2023 has been declared by the United Nations as the International Year of Millet. As such, a series of millet food products along with Rajasthan's traditional food will be made available for the foreign delegates during the inaugural session of GITB," added Smt. Gayatri Rathod (IAS), Principal Secretary, Tourism Department. 

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