Assam - the place instantly brings to one's mind unending expanse of tea plantations. Other than this mesmerizing greenery, Assam is also home to two world heritage sites - The Manas and Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary. No surprise that wildlife tourism is increasingly gaining popularity here. But what is sure to raise many an eye brow is that the Trade Shows in Assam also lures visitors when they are on a trip to this state.
The Trade Shows in Assam showcases an interesting variety of products. They provide an excellent platform to the producers of not just this particular state but also of the neighboring north eastern Indian states to display their products. The participation however is restricted not only to the local manufactures. Well known brands who have made a name and place for themselves not only in the Indian market but all over the world are enthusiastic participants in these trade fairs.
The highlight of the Trade Shows in Assam, India is the indigenous products. It is true that the consumers from within the state get a chance to have their pick from a large number of national and international brands displayed out here but those from without the state are definitely drawn to the native items. An amazing variety of objects are displayed but the eternal favorites remain the beautiful Assamese silk saris, the cane and bamboo products and Assamese tea.
The Tea Fair, Guwahati is one of the most important Trade Shows in Assam. A cup of Assamese tea known for its liquor and flavor is capable of working wonders. All your fatigue and tiredness is sure to vanish in a minute. At this fair an interesting variety of Assamese tea is there on display for the visitors to choose from.
Be it the exquisitely designed silk sari that also has an amazing texture or the little trinkets made of bamboo, the exhibits are remarkable manifestations of the skills of Assamese craftsmen. The Trade Shows in Assam brings to the forefront their talent. It is a wonderful market for them to display their handiwork. However they do not alone stand to gain; the consumers also get the scope to select from an excellent repertoire of their local goods and outside goods.