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BAJUS Fair begins as carnival of jewellery

BAJUS Fair Begins as Carnival of Jewellery

BAJUS Fair-2024 has begun in the capital as a carnival of jewellery to promote investment in gold as a means to secure a brighter future.

Dhaka University Emeritus Prof Rafiqun Nabi and renowned fashion designer Bibi Russell jointly inaugurated the three-day exhibition at the International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) on Thursday.

Bangladesh Jeweller's Association (BAJUS) President Sayem Sobhan Anvir presided over the session.

Bangladesh Mohila Awami League President Meher Afroz Chumki, BAJUS brand ambassador Momtaz Begum, Bashundhara Group Director Ahmed Ibrahim Sobhan, and actress Rokeya Prachy were present as guests of honour on the occasion.

To align with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s Vision 2041, the BAJUS president planned to organise the mega event for the third time. With the theme “Investment in gold, savings for the future,” some 41 companies are showcasing the strength of the local jewellery industry in this year’s fair. Officials of BAJUS hoped the three-day fair would play a role in boosting the domestic jewellery industry and creating a strong position for Bangladesh in the global market. The fair featuring nine pavilions, 17 mini pavilions, and 15 stalls will remain open for visitors every day from 10am to 9pm.

Nine companies – Alankar Niketan, Amin Jewellers, Venus Jewellers, Kunjo Jewellers, Royal Malabar Jewellers BD, Apan Jewellers, Jarwa House, and Rizvy Jewellers – are participating with pavilions.

Seventeen companies – Diamond Bazaar, Gaurav Jewellers, Alvi Jewellers, IK Jewellers, Chowdhury Gold, Rhea Jewellers, Aftab Jewellers, Diamond House, Royal Diamond, The Diamond Store, Dreamz Instrument Technology, Raj Jewellers, Zaara Gold and Diamond Bangladesh, Zaya Gold and Diamond, Sass International, Pearl Oasis Dhaka, and DDamas – are participating with mini pavilions.

The 15 companies participating with stalls are Golden World Jewellers, IK Jewellers, Gitanjali Jewellers, Ayat Diamonds, Siraj Jewellers, Papri Jewellers, Diamond Palace, Diamond Square, New Bashundhara Jewellers, Raj Jewellers, D Gold Passion, Bangladesh Scientific Instrument Company, Gems Gallery & Diamond, Khokan Jewellers, and RN MicroTech.

The entry fee has been set at Tk100, but children up to five years old will not require tickets.

SOURCE : Daily Sun