Bangladesh High Commission
27 February 2017
Headline: Bangladesh excels in Delhi’s International Bazaar
New Delhi, Feb. 27: - Two Bangladesh stalls selling clothing and food have attracted hundreds of visitors at the 28th DCWA International Bazaar held to raise money for a medical centre that provides subsidized treatment and medicines to poor patients.
The day-long fund-raising event was organized by Delhi Commonwealth Women’s Association (DCWA), a non-profit organization at the front lawns of Ashok Hotel on Sunday.
The bazaar was opened by Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Syed Muazzem Ali.
Tuhfa Zaman Ali, wife of the High Commissioner and current chairperson of DCWA International Bazaar Committee, said besides running a medical centre DCWA has also a schooling progrmme for slum children and those with special needs.
Amid fun and frolic on a sunny weekend families came with their children to the bazaar that showcased diverse crafts, clothing, cuisine and souvenirs.
The earnings from the event will be spent on charities run by the organization, said Veena Dass, a coordinator of the event.
Bangladesh’s readymade garments sold like hot cake, while the food stall selling mutton and chicken biriyani among others delighted the gourmets.