Latest News Business A turnover of more than five crores in the grand Dolakha festival

A turnover of more than five crores in the grand Dolakha festival

dolakha Big Dolakha Festival-2080 organized by Dolakha Industry and Commerce Association has ended on Tuesday. The president of the association Indra Bahadur Shrestha said that about 100,000 people visited the festival, which was conducted for 12 days with various musical programs, and more than 50 million transactions were made. The 147 stalls set up for the Big Dolakha Festival-2080 in cooperation with all the nine municipalities of the district including Bhimeshwar municipality and more than 40 different associations have local agricultural products, handicrafts, fruits, food and clothing materials such as kiwi, oranges and other stalls. According to the Dolakha Industry and Commerce Association, the turnover is up to 40 lakhs. In the context of the festival project, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, the chief guest of the opening program, was drawn to the issues of making the district's North-South and East-West highways friendly to tourism and agricultural industry, working with priority for the construction of Dolakha film sheet, assisting in the construction of Charikot Stadium, and the Dolakha Industry Chamber of Commerce and Industry is continuously interested in it. Chairman Shrestha said. Praveen Shrestha, secretary of the association, said that the Dolakha Industry and Commerce Association has started preparations to organize the second large Dolakha Festival from October 30th to November 15th, 2081, as the festival will provide significant support to the economic activities of the district and also help in tourism promotion and agricultural production. On the occasion of the festival, performances by national and local artists including Aastha Raut, Ramesh Prasai, Kalpana Dahal, Jyoti Magar, Rajanraj Sivakoti, Amrit Khati, Hari Bahadur Raut, Kopila Waiba, Elina Chauhan, Shanti Sri Pariyar, Priti Ale, Bandmintal Khel Competition, Ghazal Evening, According to the organizers, programs such as Steet Food Festival were also conducted. In the closing program presided over by Indra Bahadur Shrestha, President of Mangalgar Sangh, District Vice President of Federation of Nepal Industry and Commerce Surkrishna Baidya, UML leader and former minister Anand Prasad Pokharel, Chief of Bhimeshwar Municipality Ishwar Narayan Manandhar, Chief of Baiteshwar Rural Municipality Chhabi Lama and others expressed their opinions.

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