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It’s an event full weekend for Indoreans

Friday, 14 February 2014 - 8:01pm IST | Place: Indore | Agency: DNA
V-Day, Indore Mahotsav, Food Expo and other events will keep state’s commercial capital busy.

For the next three days, Indoreans will be occupied with series of  recreational and trade related events to be held on successive government holidays.

On Friday, which happens to be Valentine’s Day as well as Sant Ravidas Jayanti (a government holiday),  hotels and food joints will be packed with couples celebrating the day of love.

City residents are also expected to gather at Regional Park where three-day Indore Mahotsav will be kicked off with a series of cultural and recreational events.

The Mahotsav celebrations will also be held at Choral where adventure activities have been planned.

The same day delegates and buyers from over 31 countries will be in city to take part in Indore Food Expo. Around 82 food producers will present their products at the expo and buyers from various countries will select the products on the basis of their quality and other parameter for the next three days.

The day will also see start of three-day FONOCOM, which will showcase high-end IT and telecom products. The initiative by Madhya Pradesh Computer and Telecom Association (MPCTA) will have a special focus on students and corporate houses and will offer lucrative deals and quiz competitions. The organisers have planned for a special feature on new technology along with seminars for colleges during the next three days.

Anand Mohan Mathur auditorium will see physiotherapists from various countries including the USA and Singapore attending 52nd Annual Conference of Indian Association of Physiotherapists. Ways to deal with common problems like neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain etc would be addressed during the event.

City hotels including Radisson, Fortune Landmark and Sayaji are already abuzz with large number of visitors booking rooms. Indore is also expecting artistes from different parts of the country including poet Surendra Sharma, renowned fusion music band Lambada and singer Shalmali Kholgade during the weekend.

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