Patna: More than 30 traders from Pakistan opened their stalls in the four-day Indo-Pak Trade Fair sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce that kicked off at Patna Planetarium on Friday.
Dubbed 'Aman ke Saat Rang', the fair features over sixty stalls – nearly forty by Pakistani traders and the rest by Indian craftsmen and businessmen.
Besides cotton and silk clothing in charming colors, the fair also showcases a variety of food stalls – both Indian and Pakistani, hand-crafted furniture, shoes, and jewelry for even those with the most discriminatory taste and sense of style.
The entrance to the fair is free to all.
A number of world-renowned handicraft artisans from Peshawar, Sindh and Hyderabad have also made their presence felt on the first day of the four-day jamboree though the maximum crowd was seen at the food court where Pakistani chefs were winning the hearts of everyone with their Mutton Korma, Reshmi Kabab, Zamzam Biryani, Sami Kabab, and Sindhi Biryani, among other mouth-watering items.BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS