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International Guwahati Trade Fair wooing customers with 300 stalls

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GUWAHATI, Oct 11 - The ongoing 26th International Guwahati Trade Fair is attracting a large numbers of visitors at the Maniram Dewan Trade Centre.

The fair, organised by ITFAA with the support of NSIC, will continue till October 14.

�The trade fair, which always offered new things to visitors every year, is wooing customers this time with a variety of products in more than 300 stalls, including foreign countries like Thailand, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Dubai and Egypt. The variety in furniture from across the world is particularly attracting people who are planning to decorate their homes this Diwali. The NSIC pavilion with hundreds of varieties of indigenous products has empowered the fair with the vision of Make in India,� an ITFFA spokesperson said. Other popular attractions include the international food festival, with Assamese actor Ravi Sharma with his restaurant Xopto Vyonjon hogging the limelight.

�Shaan Afghan restaurant, with exclusive Afghani dishes like Sheermal Roti, Afghani Pulao, Khandari Roti and Afghan Chicken, has been a big hit with the crowds, as has been the exotic Thai dishes prepared by Thai chef Salinee Sundaraviphat,� he added.

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International Guwahati Trade Fair wooing customers with 300 stalls

GUWAHATI, Oct 11 - The ongoing 26th International Guwahati Trade Fair is attracting a large numbers of visitors at the Maniram Dewan Trade Centre.

The fair, organised by ITFAA with the support of NSIC, will continue till October 14.

�The trade fair, which always offered new things to visitors every year, is wooing customers this time with a variety of products in more than 300 stalls, including foreign countries like Thailand, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Dubai and Egypt. The variety in furniture from across the world is particularly attracting people who are planning to decorate their homes this Diwali. The NSIC pavilion with hundreds of varieties of indigenous products has empowered the fair with the vision of Make in India,� an ITFFA spokesperson said. Other popular attractions include the international food festival, with Assamese actor Ravi Sharma with his restaurant Xopto Vyonjon hogging the limelight.

�Shaan Afghan restaurant, with exclusive Afghani dishes like Sheermal Roti, Afghani Pulao, Khandari Roti and Afghan Chicken, has been a big hit with the crowds, as has been the exotic Thai dishes prepared by Thai chef Salinee Sundaraviphat,� he added.

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