Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the International Exhibition-cum-Convention Center (IECC) complex, known as Bharat Mandapam, as a significant national effort
Spread over approximately 123 acres, the IECC Complex is India's largest Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, and Exhibitions (MICE) destination.
The Multi-Purpose Hall and Plenary Hall of the Convention Center can accommodate an impressive seven thousand people, surpassing even Australia's Sydney Opera House.
The convention center's design draws inspiration from India's rich cultural heritage, with its shape resembling the auspicious conch shell.
Traditional Art and Culture Depiction
The walls and facades of the center are adorned with elements reflecting traditional Indian art and culture, creating a visually captivating environment.
Surya Shakti' is featured among the decorative elements, symbolizing India's commitment to harnessing solar energy and promoting sustainability
The name "Bharat Mandapam" is derived from the concept of "Anubhava Mandapam," championed by historical figure Lord Basaveshwara, signifying a pavilion for public gatherings and inclusivity.
The two-day summit on September 9-10 will be hosted at the newly-built international convention and exhibition centre, Bharat Mandapam, located at Pragati Maidan.