The capital city of Dhaka is sparkling with the 3-day BAJUS Fair 2024, transforming the International Convention City Bashundhara into a “carnival of jewelry.” The event, officially opened by dignitaries including Dhaka University professor and renowned fashion designer, aims to not only showcase the beauty and craftsmanship of the local jewelry industry but also promote investment in gold as a means for securing a brighter future.
Dhaka University Emeritus Prof Rafiqun Nabi and renowned fashion designer Bibi Russell jointly inaugurated the three-day exhibition on Thursday.
Bangladesh Jeweller’s Association (BAJUS) President Sayem Sobhan Anvir presided over the session.
Bangladesh Mohila Awami League President Meher Afroz Chumki, BAJUS brand ambassador Momtaz Begum, Bashundhara Group Director Ahmed Ibrahim Sobhan, and actress Rokeya Prachy were present as guests of honor on the occasion.
This year’s BAJUS Fair transcends mere aesthetics. Aligned with Vision 2041, the event aims to encourage responsible investment in gold as a form of financial security. Organizers hope the fair will attract not only jewelry enthusiasts but also potential investors, contributing to the country’s economic development.
From established names like Alankar Niketan and Royal Malabar Jewellers to up-and-coming designers, the fair boasts a diverse range of participants. Visitors can expect to discover a wide variety of jewelry styles, reflecting the strength and innovation of the local industry.
Whether you’re a seasoned jewelry aficionado or simply enjoy appreciating beautiful craftsmanship, the BAJUS Fair 2024 offers a unique and immersive experience. With its focus on both aesthetics and investment potential, this event promises to be a highlight of Dhaka’s cultural calendar.