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Emerging Rajsthan fascinates visitors in IITF

Rajasthan's changing landscape with rows of solar panels set across low cost land, its potential to emerge as India's powerhouse as well as the changes ushered in by renewable energy projects are showcased in the Pavilion In the on going trade fair

New Delhi, Rajasthan's changing landscape with rows of solar panels set across low cost land, its potential to emerge as India's powerhouse as well as the changes ushered in by renewable energy projects are showcased in the Pavilion In the on going trade fair the Pavilion's structure depicts a typical Rajasthani 'haveli',  adorned with blow-ups in line with this year's theme of IITF - 'Clean and Energy Efficient Technology Products and Services'.

The Rajasthan Pavilion stands prominently in its haveli-style grandeur. The entrance to the pavilion is a re-creation of the impressive Ganesh Pol at Amer Fort with floral motifs adorning its walls. The ground floor has been allocated to displays and live demos relevant to this year's theme. The first floor has been set aside for display and sale of handicrafts. The stalls in the backyard dish out packed ready-to-eat food, handicrafts and other utility products.

This year's theme of the pavilion is in consonance with IITF's theme. The pavilion showcases the potential use of clean and renewable energy across Rajasthan. Rajasthan is today the emerging powerhouse of India with scope for setting up solar power projects with capacity exceeding 1,00,000 MW. Wind, power and biomass energy projects are also changing the power scenario in Rajasthan.

Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot also mentioned on the occasion of opening ceremony of IITF that Rajasthan will soon become a Hub of Solar Energy. Rajasthan, the preferred tourist destination, is now marching ahead, with the villages and cities being powered by renewable energy - increasing productivity and empowering lives.

As the visitor proceeds, a line-up of informative panels with attractive photographs catches attention, allowing the visitors to get a very good idea of the generation and application of solar energy. Similarly, panels on solar parks and biomass energy and wind energy projects, such as projects installed and those underway, as well the biomass energy revolution in Rajasthan, mirror the facts and figures for the interested viewers. It may be interesting to note that for biomass energy generation, mustard husk and Julie flora are used.

In the main theme area of pavilion you can see the significance of wind energy that is being increasingly tapped in Rajasthan which has a very high wind potential and today wind mills are dotting the state's landscape - and this is strikingly displayed through a model of a wind farm in the main thematic area.

For making business in the state a business area has also been set up. Visitors enter the area devoted to modern industrial and infrastructure related products. A Rajasthan Business Centre has been set up with major players like Rajasthan Financial Corporation (RFC), Commissioner Industries (CI), Bureau of Investment Promotion (BIP), and Rajasthan State Industrial Development & Investment Corporation Ltd. (RIICO).

This central area has been allocated for the display of the use of solar-powered products manufactured in the state. Keeping in tune with this year's theme, this area has been done up by ACME Tele Power Ltd. - showcasing a model of its first 10 MW solar thermal power plant which is under commissioning in Bikaner, Rajasthan and other power projects’ model have been shown.

At the first floor of the pavilion sales counter has been set up. The Rajasthan Small Industries Corporation Limited, Jaipur, the nodal agency responsible for setting up the Rajasthan State Pavilion, has its sales counters on the first floor for a variety of crafts like Precious & Semi Precious Stones and Jewellery, Lac Bangles, Brass and other Metal Artifacts, Bags, Leather Items & Mojaris, Readymade Garments, Handloom & Khadi Items, Wooden Articles, Handicrafts, Sarees, Furniture, Jaipuri Quilts,  Roasted Pulses, Dry Fruits, etc.

A backside bazar has been also there for picking up Tilpatti, Papads, Pickles, Mangodi, Milk Products, Gajak, Ayurvedic Churan, Cold Drinks & Sharbat, Bikaneri Namkeen, Saunf Supari, Roasted Namkeen, Wrought Iron Paintings, Textiles, Handicrafts, Fibre Quilts , Lac Bangles, Wooden Handicrafts, Thewa Jewellery etc.

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