India Pavilion A six month extravaganza showcasing a New India

India is credited as the birthplace of a number of objects, concepts, inventions, and discoveries, including the games of snakes and ladders and chess (originally called Chaturanga), buttons, shampooing, the number pi, diamond mining, the ‘zero’, algebra, trigonometry, and the discovery of water on the moon.

India Pavilion A six month extravaganza showcasing a New India

India Pavilion A six-month extravaganza showcasing a new India

THEME

Building on India’s culture, heritage, and technologies, including its space program, the Pavilion will reflect ‘new India’ and show the strengths of its human resources and youth’s aspirations.

Pavilion highlights

  • Discover a new, dynamic India built on diversity and full of opportunities for all
  • Explore art installations displaying India’s space story
  • Enjoy food festivals, literary shows, music, and dance reflecting India’s cultural diversity

What to expect

Talent, Trade, Tradition, Tourism, and Technology

The India Pavilion will be a place that will define the country’s potential to become a global power through its ‘Five Ts’ – Talent, Trade, Tradition, Tourism, and Technology.

The face of India
The Pavilion will show the face of an India rising on the three pillars of opportunity, sustainability, and mobility – a nation ready to lead the world’s future.
Thematic branding and holographic displays
Highlighting the country’s growth story from Harappan civilization to modern India.
Made in India for the world
Reflecting contemporary India through its economic sectors, excellence in research and innovation across its various states, start-ups, youth power, and the country’s contribution to the world stage.

Country quick facts

Varanasi

The spiritual capital of India, considered to be one of the oldest cities in the world.

Himalayas

This mountain range is home to nine of the world's 10 highest peaks.

Railways

The number of daily travelers on Indian railways equals the population of Australia.

India is credited as the birthplace of a number of objects, concepts, inventions, and discoveries, including the games of snakes and ladders and chess (originally called Chaturanga), buttons, shampooing, the number pi, diamond mining, the ‘zero’, algebra, trigonometry, and the discovery of water on the moon.

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