Chandigarh 14th Mar, 2020:- Sunday will be the last opportunity for Tricity residents to experience and explore Thailand’s art and culture in Chandigarh itself. The consumers were found enthusiastically exploring the Thai Fashion collection range on Day 3 of the four day ‘Top Thai Brands 2020’ exhibition including sterling silver jewelry, earrings, garments, cosmetics, hair fixtures, clips, bags, pouches and many more. “Indian Gemstones with Thai craftsmanship are indeed magical”, said Mrs Lippi Parida, Author & Creative Artist while shopping at Top Thai Brands 2020 during its inaugural while appreciating the uniqueness of the gems and jewelry sections.
Dedicated home décor segments added to the shoppers’ list, as authentic Thai culture was carved through various offerings like flower vases, wall hangings, wind-chimes, lamps, tea-lights, aroma solutions, mango wood kitchenware, tableware, photo frames, stainless steel furniture etc. Thai Banners like Bangkok Trading Cosmetic Company, Duangsiri Neo Cosmetics, Thai DD Inter trade Limited, Buddy Handicraft Limited, Anong Thai Silk Ltd Patthai Intergroup Company and many others catered to the requirements of both local consumers and traders & distributors.
An important attraction at the exhibition is the Prima Art for Gold by Pranda Group that showcased astonishing objects made of 24 K- 99.9% gold sheet. They also offer customized solutions and specialized creation of gold articles on demand, especially in context of a unique corporate gifting solution, being considered by Pharmaceuticals, Manufacturing & IT sectors.
Solutions pertaining to Health & Beauty also found space during the exhibition under popular Thai banners like Wonpitak, Takabb and ISME Rasyan. They offered organic and herbal remedies for cough, cold, joint & muscle pains, cramps, injuries, sinusitis, migraine, acne, skin troubles, body hygiene, sun protection and the like. The visitors in the age bracket of 50-70 were found to take a lot of interest in these products in light of general health & wellbeing matters.
To add to the overall fervor of the show, periodic Thai dance performances made the audience witness a visible demonstration of the unique Thai culture. The products on display also encompass food, beverages, fruits & Thai cuisines (veg & non-veg) as important segments at the exhibition. The exhibition is receiving a very heartening and cheerful response from the Tricity locals and is open for visitors till Sunday evening only and the organizers encourage the local-ites to take maximum advantage of the platform.
The exhibition focusing on rich culture, art, cuisines & products of Thailand; organized by Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce, Royal Thai Government and supported by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is henceforth immensely captivating Tricity visitors with an astounding collection.