Incredible India pavilion to showcase best of Indian products and cuisine

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Embassy of India

Press Release

Title: Incredible India’ pavilion to showcase best of Indian products and cuisine

The Embassy of India in Manila in collaboration with Bharati Indian Expat Women’s Association will be organizing an ‘Incredible India’ pavilion at the International Bazaar 2023 on 19 November 2023 at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) in Pasay City. The Bazaar is being organized by the International Bazaar Foundation, Inc. (IBF) in cooperation with the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), the Diplomatic and Consular Corps of the Philippines, and Spouses of the Heads of Mission (SHOM).

This year’s ‘Incredible India’ pavilion comprises six merchandise booths with Indian products and three food booths where visitors of the event can experience delectable flavors of Indian cuisine. Each merchandise booth will unveil a unique facet of India's diverse culture and exquisite craftsmanship such as intricate realm of mehendi art, exquisite Indian mirror work, and a captivating collection of Indian handloom textiles and clothing that blend traditional and contemporary styles to suit all age groups. Fine jewelry, accessories, and captivating folk art will also be on display.

Visitors can also purchase Indian spices and millets in celebration of the International Year of Millets 2023, along with a selection of fascinating Ayurvedic products.

The ‘Incredible India’ food booth will offer guests an opportunity to indulge in a tempting culinary journey with items that encompass a wide spectrum of Indian cuisine, including popular dishes, desserts, and beverages that capture the essence of India. For enthusiasts of street food, there's a range of delectable ‘chaat’ items and the popular ‘pani puri’.

The setting-up of the India pavilion at this year’s Bazaar is in line with the Indian Embassy's commitment to promote India-Philippines cultural exchanges and showcase the vibrant heritage of India in the Philippines.