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Chairman, 5T and Nabin Odisha has visited the Mission Shakti Bazar

Bhubaneswar:19/2/24:Chairman, 5T and Nabin Odisha, Shri Kartik Pandian visited the Mission Shakti Bazar which is being constructed in the heart of Bhubaneswar. The sprawling Mission Shakti Bazar, which will be a delight to urban customers, is being developed under the 5T initiative, and nearing completion. It will be open for selling products soon.

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Spread over an area of 10,000 sq ft, the bazaar will have Mission Shakti Odisha SHG products from all across Odisha for sale and display. Around 1,000 different farm and non-farm products like, hand pound red rice, pickles from Berhampur, Kandhamal haldi, honey from Nuapada, Sabai products from Mayurbhanj, golden grass products from Kendrapara, phula badi from Keonjhar and many more will be available here.

This will be a boutique store showcasing the rich variety of products by MissionShakti groups. While meeting the retail needs of Bhubaneswar customers it will also encourage big buyers to contact SHG producers. It will also find a place in the tourism map of Odisha for authentic handmade products by women.

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