Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India.
World class Centre for any business event, Trade Shows, exhibition and conference.
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The overall layout and project was designed by architect Raj Rewal, who also designed some key buildings such as the Hall of Nations. It was inaugurated on 3 November 1972 by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, on the eve of the International Trade Fair called Asia 72. The venue and the event were meant to celebrate 25 years of India's Independence.
It is a huge complex of buildings, covering over 150 acres (0.61Km2) sprinkled with many lawns, overlooking the historic Purana Qila, which stands opposite Gate no 1. The complex houses many pavilions like the Nehru Pavilion, the Defense Pavilion, the Indira Pavilion, and the Son of India Pavilion. It has various building which are build in various shapes and sizes. It also has an auditorium where Rock shows and plays are held quite frequently. There is also an internal shuttle service for those who do not wish to walk. Pragati Maidan houses a movie theatre called Shakuntalam, quite popular among college kids for its comparatively cheap tickets. The complex houses 18 exhibition halls, several buildings, eateries, performance spaces and compounds, including headquarters of the India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO), and hosts over 70 national and international exhibitions annually, with the largest being the India International Trade Fair which attracts over 10,000 exhibitors and over 30,00,000 visitors.
Hall No. 7 facilities are of international standards, landscaped with lush lawns and gushing fountains, and a Beautiful lake at its Entrance.
IIMUF ( India International Mattress and Upholstery Fair) will be held in Hall No. 7 (F,G,H) at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India.