Bharat TEX 2024: Global Textile Program

Bhar,at TEX 2024, global textile event, New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Bharat TEX 2024 on 26 February at Bharat Mandapam in New Delhi. It is one of the largest textile events in the world. The event is being organized at Bharat Mandapam and Yasho Bhoomi, two largest exhibition centers of the country. The Bharat TEX 2024 event will be attended by over 3000 exhibitors and traders from around 100 countries and around 40,000 visitors.  

Bharat TEX 2024 Program

The global textile event ‘Bharat Tex 2024’ is being organized from 26 February to 29 February 2024. This global program is inspired by the 5-F vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It covers the entire textile value chain through the concept of Fiber, Fabric, Fashion, Focus and Foreign. This showcases India’s strength globally in the textile sector. An exhibition has also been organized at the venue to showcase the depth, vibrant art and potential of India’s textile tradition. The exhibition features innumerable textile traditions from across the country as a great example of One India, Best India.

The program is organized by a consortium of 11 textile export promotion councils and supported by the government. The sustainability of Bharat Tex 2024 based on the twin pillars of trade and investment has been given utmost focus. More than 65 knowledge sessions will be organized in this 4-day program. Over 100 global panelists will discuss various issues facing the textile sector.

People associated with the textile sector like students, weavers, artisans and textile workers will participate enthusiastically in this program. The government is expected to sign more than 50 announcements and MoUs during the event. These announcements have the potential to increase investment, trade and exports in the textile sector.

What is PM Modi’s five-F vision?

PM Modi’s Five-F vision is a concept, which means – ‘Farm to Fiber, Fiber to Factory, Factory to Fashion, Fashion to Foreign’. This concept ties together all the elements of the value chain as a whole.

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