Essay No. 01
A visit to an exhibition
The exhibition is the showing or displaying of some art or specified act of items. Now days, painters have to display their paintings to bring them to the notice of the people. In fact, book fairs, film festivals. Music concerts, beauty contests, are practically all a kind of exhibition.
The most elaborate exhibitions in Delhi are held in the exhibition ground or the Pragmatic Maiden on the Mathura Road.
Last week, I got an opportunity to visit a Science Exhibition which was being held in the exhibition ground.
There were numerous posters hanging on the walls. These posters contained maps, charts, pictures, diagrams, tables and statements and research reports, in a nut shell, of various scientific research scholars.
I learnt a lot about different kinds of bacteria and about development and remedies concerning various diseases.
The engineering feats of India and other countries were also displayed. There were several machines, devices and gadgets which I had not heard or seen before.
India’s progress in the field of Information Technology was also well highlighted.
As I returned home, I found myself too stuffed with knowledge to help boasting about my visit to the wonderland.
Essay No. 02
A Visit to an Exhibition
A visit to an exhibition is a novel experience. An exhibition which I visited recently was very interesting. It was one of the largest exhibitions ever held. Being a Sunday there were so many visitors that made it difficult to walk. Men, women and children in their colourful and best dresses were there. At the booking-counter there were long queues. I bought tickets and entered the exhibition ground. Our parents and I enjoyed the exhibition for a long time. The grounds were decorated very well. There were stalls and pavilions of ministries, companies and states. There were many restaurants and stalls. We went from one pavilion to another. There were hundreds of exhibits for the domestic use. By the time we came out of the German pavilion, we were very tired. We went to a coffee-shop and had hot coffee. Next we took a round of the stalls. My mother bought a shawl. We visited the village complex. There were village singers, jugglers and folk artists. They were giving their performances. There were carts, wells, pools and bridges in them. We enjoyed a puppet show. By the time, we came out of the village complex, it was evening. We decided to return home. But much of the exhibition was still left unseen, as it was spread in a big open space.
Essay No. 03
A Visit to an Agricultural Exhibition
An agricultural exhibition was held in Delhi last month. I went to see the exhibition.
The exhibition was held at a vast open ground which was covered with tents, steel structures and plastic coverings in artistic designs.
There was a great rush at the exhibition. The entry was free. There were different stalls, cabins and show rooms of different States and agricultural universities.
I was able to learn about the advances made by India in the agricultural sector over the decades. I learnt through charts, tables and models how the Green Revolution was brought about.
I saw new agricultural implements, machines and devices such as harvesters, diesel pumps, sprinklers, etc. I saw the new seeds and saplings of different kinds of crops and, vegetables.
A central cabin highlighted the progress made by different States in the agricultural sphere. A comparative study of this progress made by different States enabled me to have a fair idea of different kinds of per capita food available to people in different States.
There was a suggestion box where one could make suggestions, if any, for improvement of agriculture and irrigation in India. Many new ideas put forward by some scientists, students and enlightened farmers were also displayed in the exhibition.
When I returned home, I was full of new knowledge, ideas and imagination. I was eager to do something for the country. I was particularly impressed by the idea of crop diversification and increasing the output of cash crops. I wished that India should be able to export a part of her produce to earn foreign exchange which could be used for industrial development and social security measures.
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A Visit To An Exhibition
A Visit To An Exhibition :
Recently an exhibition was held in our twon. It was not so big and grand as the recent any metrocity fair, yet it was remarkable in its own way. It was a very modest show nevertheless it was represented and well attened.
It was organized by the district authorities to encourage the introduction of cottage industries in villages. Th district collector, RDO and the local leaders took a keen interest and put up a very good show. Never before had we realized that our village possessed such as vast scope for the development of cottage industries. We all felt that a vast heap of wealth was lying unused in villages.
The exhibition was held in the vast grounds of the banks of the river Cauvery. A temporary fence was erected on all sides and temporary stalls were built to accommodate exhibits of different articles.
The exhibitions lasted for about a week and were attended by thousands of people. Buying and selling worth thousands of rupees was done. The district authorities were pleased with its success.
First there were agricultural exhibits which the farmers had displayed. There were vegetables of all kinds and sizes. One farmer had a peculiar pumpkin which was praised by everybody. I was surprised to see a plum with resembled a red apple. There was also exhibited fine specimen of cereals which attracted much attentions. There were also remarkable specimens of carrots and radish, sweet potatoes and tomatoes of different tastes and colors.
Specimens of local pottery and tableware were also exhibited. There were pots made by rustic artisans. We saw apples, oranges, tomatoes, almonds, raisins and cardamoms of such fine shapes and colours that we could hardly distinguish them from Th real ones. The different shade of color was so beautifully laid that they deceived even the sharpest eye. They received praise form all and the artist that made them was awarded a gold medal.
There were textile products manufactured by local weavers. Their delicacy of texture and finest of finish astonished us beyond any measure. We saw a piece of silk cloth which could beat in shimmer even the finest silk of China or Japan. The muslin made by a local weaver was so light and fine that it appeared as if it were a relic of the ancient Dacca art.
Besides these, a blacksmith had put models of an airplane and a rocket launcher which were highly appreciated. A carpenter had deployed a beautiful radio set and a goldsmith had made a wonderful golden idol of the lord Krishna.
The exhibition was a success in every way. The local authorities were able to collect nearly Rs. 2 Crores on the occasion. It was decided that the amount be sent in awarding pries for the bet exhibitors.
The need for organizing such exhibitions in our village and towns is greet at present. Local cottage industries can be given an impetus if such exhibitions are orgnaised from time to time. Local skill is not deficient and if property used can add greatly to the wealth of India.
A Visit To An Exhibition
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