Varanasi: Kashi’s ancient, traditional handicrafts and modern products are ready to make a splash in the UP International Trade Show to be held in Greater Noida. The whole world will see the thread of the new Uttar Pradesh which will be helpful in making UP a 1 trillion dollar economy.
In the UP International Trade Show to be held from 21 to 25 September, buyers from all over the world will see the skills and modern products of the traditional artisans of Banaras. Due to which handicrafts and other products will get international market. 31 entrepreneurs associated with One District One Product, Micro, Small and Medium (MSME) from Varanasi have registered to take their product on the international platform.
31 entrepreneurs got registered
Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh is providing international platform to entrepreneurs related to One District One Product, GI products and other products. Varanasi products are ready to make a splash in the UP International Trade Show to be held in Greater Noida. Deputy Commissioner Industries, Varanasi Mohan Sharma said that in the UP International Trade Show, 24 Handicrafts One District One Product, 4 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises which include wood, stone carving and silk industries and 3 exporters from Carpet Industry and Banarasi Silk Saree. (Banarasi Saree) are joining. So far, a total of 31 entrepreneurs have registered with the Industries Department. He said that many types of facilities and concessions are being provided by the government for the UP International Trade Show as per the rules.
Special weaving being done on Banarasi Saree
Through the UP International Trade Show, Banarasi Silk Brocade businessman Taj Mohammad is making special weavings to bring the country’s culture on the international platform with the help of loom. The Ghats of Kashi, Nandi, Trishul and the verse of “Matribhumi Vandana” in Sanskrit have been specially woven on the Banarasi Saree. Taj Mohammad said that the Yogi government is providing us international markets and we are making special preparations for the trade show.
Lost heritage is getting respect
Another entrepreneur Deep Mala Rai said that we are taking various products made from jute and cloth to the UP International Trade Show, which are mostly prepared by women. There are immense possibilities from this trade show. Due to the policies of Yogi ji, we will move out of the market of Purvanchal and reach the markets of the country and abroad.
More than 2 thousand exhibitors will present their products in the International Trade Show
Kunj Bihari, National Awardee craftsman of Pink Meenakari and Dwarika Prasad, State Award winner of Soft Stone Under Cut, said that with the help of Yogi government, the craftsmen are getting international market, due to which the vanishing heritage of Banaras is being kept alive as well as a big market.