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A display of fine jewellery from all over India

Jewels of India, India's leading Jewellery Retail Exhibition cum Sale eagerly awaited by the women of Bangalore and Karnataka is back for the eighth time in a row,is on till the October 3, 2006 at Sree Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore. This year, the noted actress from South India and Padma Shree Award Winner, Shobana is the Brand Ambassador for Jewels of India 2006.

The 8th annual exhibition will see sale of gold, Diamonds, gems and fine jewellery from across India providing the much-needed choice for the customer in jewellery. The fair offers a unique forum where Jewellery from across the country will be displayed under one roof.

Mr. Sandeep Bekal, Convenor, Expoworld says," Gold jewellery is perceived to be an integral part of the Indian woman's appearance.

As a convenor of the exhibition, I am proud to offer this platform to our discerning consumers.

The jewellery on display promises to be unique while catering to all segments of people. Timed appropriately ahead of the forthcoming festival and wedding season, Jewels of India promises to be a truly exciting jewellery shopping experience for customers.

With higher disposable income, issues of affordability have decreased and women have increasingly opted to buy jewellery. In India, there is an increasing appetite for gold amongst the emerging middle class as well. The emotional attributes, practical or financial benefits of gold endorse the importance of collecting gold."

This year Jewels of India will showcase over 100 top jewellers from across India.

The exhibition will feature a wide variety and range of Jewellery right from the exquisite Kundan and Meenakari work from Jaipur, the World famous Handcrafted Gold Jewelry from Kolkata, Antique Jewsellery and Traditional Gold Jewellery from Tamilnadu, Designer wear Diamond Jewellery from Mumbai, North Indian Jewellery from Delhi, Modern Italian Gold Jewellery for the modern women. In short, Jewellery to suit all Tastes and Pockets !!

This year's there is a large participation of over 20 jewellers from Jaipur .

North Indian Jewellery will also be on display. For the first time a jeweller from Surat will showcase his wares.

Launched in 1999, Jewels of India has over the years grown in stature and has moved from strength to strength recording an all time high of 60,000 plus visitors.

The credibility of the exhibition has been endorsed by the extremely good response received over the years from customers not only in Bangalore but also from other parts of Karnataka.

About Expoworld

Expoworld are a team of professionals with a vast experience in the exhibition industry spanning over a decade.

Their objective is to organize quality exhibitions in South India. Exhibitions are a means to bring the buyers and sellers together.

The customer benefits in an exhibition because he is able to feel and touch and choose from a wide variety of products under a single roof. Expoworld with a proven success record will bring the best of expertise and high quality inputs in the management of 8th Jewels of India, September 30 - October 3, 2006 at Sri Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore.

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