The Fourth Bhaktapur Industrial, Cultural, Tourism and Trade Fair concluded on Wednesday here in Sallaghari with total transaction touching on Rs 80 million.
According to Industrial Peace Nepal Chairman, Sandeep Mahat, more than 200,000 visitors came to the fair which lasted from April 6 to 18.
The fair offered more than 200 stalls that presented daily consumer goods along with children’s park, ferris wheel, circus, magic house and a ghost house. The organizers even staged Terai’s famous wrestling match and hosted a national dance competition.
There were performances and shows from Jyoti Magar, Pramod Kharel, Radhika Hamal, Badri Pangeni, Gloomy Guys, Kamal Khatri, Komal Oli, Baikuntha Mahat and Kamal Chhetri among other famed artists.
Fair Coordinator Deepak Thapa said the event was organized by Industrial Peace Nepal and Madhyapur Boys Band and that it presented stalls for foods, clothes, shoes, agro products, handicraft, crockery and tourism. The stalls also presented automobiles, national and local food festivals along with electronic gadgets of wide ranging brands.
Surya Binayak Municipality’s Mayor Basudev Thapa attended the closing ceremony and stated that the fair provided great relief for the local residents.