Particular Dasara Exhibition reopens – Star of Mysore


Mysore/Mysuru: The Particular Exhibition organised by the Karnataka Exhibition Authority (KEA) to make up for the loss incurred resulting from cancellation of the annual Dasara Exhibition is again with a bang on the Dasara Exhibition Grounds.

The present re-commenced on Feb. 19 and shall be held for 23 days following all COVID-19 precautions. Since COVID pandemic took over the world, the exhibition which is a serious attraction of the Dasara season, needed to be cancelled.

Because the second wave petered out, the KEA considered a plan to carry a particular exhibition with an intention to offer a brand new purchasing expertise for Mysureans and on the similar time improve its revenues.

Accordingly, the exhibition was inaugurated on Nov. 27 final 12 months and Jan. 30, 2022 was mounted because the final date. The exhibition bought good response and on a mean, over 5,000 to 7,000 individuals visited per day with the numbers breaching the ten,000 mark throughout weekends. Nonetheless, the third wave of the pandemic together with the Omicron variant struck the town with elevated an infection price. Consequently, the occasion was cancelled primarily based on the directive issued by Mysuru Deputy Commissioner Dr. Bagadi Gautham.

Now with the third wave ending, the KEA has taken a choice to re-start the exhibition and has restricted it to 23 days, ending on March 12. On Sunday, 1000’s of individuals visited the exhibition.

Of the 142 stalls within the restarted exhibition, most of them have been opened together with clothes, handicrafts, pottery, meals courts and amusement parks. Whereas adults should pay Rs. 30 per head as entry free, kids should pay Rs. 20. The expo shall be open between 3.30 pm and 9 pm.


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