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GUWAHATI, Nov 2 - The 19th International Leo Expo, which began on October 25 at the Maniram Dewan Trade Centre here, has been successfully pulling crowds from different parts of the State and even outside, stated a press release.

The expo is being organised in association with National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC).

World-class handicraft items are available in the 68 stalls set up by NSIC in the expo. Nations like Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ghana, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Turkey have set up stalls in the expo.

Jewellery items from Thailand, pearls and tea leaves from Sri Lanka, and world-famous Jamdani, Tangail and different handloom sarees and melamine utensils from Bangladesh top the wish list of the expo visitors.

Apart from the products brought in by the different participating nations, handicraft items of Bodoland�s Industries and Commerce Department (BICD) are finding a large number of customers and shopping enthusiasts. The BTC has set up eight stalls in the expo. Special dinosaur show and cultural shows are being arranged for the visitors to the expo.

Moreover, shopping enthusiasts can also taste various delicacies from the different participating nations as well as from across the North East.

The shopping extravaganza will conclude on November 18, added the release.

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Expo drawing huge crowds

GUWAHATI, Nov 2 - The 19th International Leo Expo, which began on October 25 at the Maniram Dewan Trade Centre here, has been successfully pulling crowds from different parts of the State and even outside, stated a press release.

The expo is being organised in association with National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC).

World-class handicraft items are available in the 68 stalls set up by NSIC in the expo. Nations like Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ghana, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Turkey have set up stalls in the expo.

Jewellery items from Thailand, pearls and tea leaves from Sri Lanka, and world-famous Jamdani, Tangail and different handloom sarees and melamine utensils from Bangladesh top the wish list of the expo visitors.

Apart from the products brought in by the different participating nations, handicraft items of Bodoland�s Industries and Commerce Department (BICD) are finding a large number of customers and shopping enthusiasts. The BTC has set up eight stalls in the expo. Special dinosaur show and cultural shows are being arranged for the visitors to the expo.

Moreover, shopping enthusiasts can also taste various delicacies from the different participating nations as well as from across the North East.

The shopping extravaganza will conclude on November 18, added the release.

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