“Creative people are Curious, Persistent and Independent Entrepreneurs
with the Spirit of Adventure & the Love to Create.”
RUCHIKA FEST is a two-day show, held in June/July at the DOME@NSCI SVP Stadium,
The Fest is a true trailblazer that sets the trend for future shows in décor, layout
and display. It is an unique shopping experience of understated elegance and style,
for even the most discerning shopper. Conducted with professional finesse, it connects
the entrepreneurs to their customers.
Hosted in the spacious 42,000 sq. ft. hall and outer arena in DOME, the stalls display
a kaleidoscope of creative talent from around the country. The heavy footfalls are
proof of our success as organizers. The phenomenal turnout is of great encouragement
for first time new debutants, taking their initial steps into the world of commerce
along with seasoned professionals.
Our regulars continue their patronage, offering personalized, luxurious and utility
products. Certified, authentic NGO’s are given complimentary space in the exhibition.
The attractive décor is of ‘eye-esthetic’ appeal. Sponsorships from famed brands
occupy pride of place in the hall.
Despite the plethora of exhibitions, Ruchika stands out primarily for its spectacular
ambience, the spacious layout of the stalls and the immaculate management at the
venue. The beautiful blend of different styles makes the Ruchika Fest a unique and
eagerly awaited event, for both participants and visitors. It is a thriving market
to suit every pocket. The affluent crowd with increased global exposure, has refined
tastes, and enjoy their shopping spree, leisurely browsing their way, through the
several aisles. The Food Court is a popular section suited to every palette.
The Bazaar committee works with dedicated diligence, to make it a memorable experience
for stallholders and the shoppers.
Raising funds for our Charity projects is the philanthropic motivation behind the
show, which makes the hard work so rewarding.
Queries can be addressed to our email : firstname.lastname@example.org