Bhimthadi Jatra 2017

The four-day annual fair had provided a platform to rural artisans and self help groups (SHGs) to display and sell their products like handcrafted articles, ornaments, fabrics, showpieces and a wide range of spices and food. There were over 339 stalls of food products and other material at the shopping cum food fiesta.


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Bhimthadi Jatra 2015

The Bhimthadi Jatra, through its consistent efforts for rural women's empowerment throughout the last decade has earned the respect of millions. It has also brought about an impactful change in the social, economic and cultural spheres of Maharashtra.


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Bhimthadi Jatra 2014

This Bhimthadi Jatra expressed the thoughts sensitivity and sense of belonging. Puneites wholeheartedly enjoyed the authentic rural culture. Agricultural Department Trust Baramati has helped revitalize the dying Indian cultural traditions.


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Bhimthadi Jatra 2013

The visitors enjoyed Kolhapur’s special red curry, Mawal chicken and stuffed chapatti (Mande) to name a few among many delicious items. Record number pf people visited the carnival.


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Bhimthadi Jatra 2012

During 2012 record number of Saving Groups registered their participation in this edition.


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Bhimthadi Jatra 2011

Bhimthadi Jatra, chance to present her skills such as handicrafts, textiles, food, music etc.


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Bhimthadi Jatra 2010

During 2011’s Bhimthadi Fair Puneites enjoyed the authentic Maharashtrian cuisine


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Bhimthadi Jatra 2009

In 2009’s Bhimthadi Fair the duration was increased from 4 to 5 days on public demand


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Bhimthadi Jatra 2008

Bhimthadi Jatra, a the perfect combination of culture, Skills and entertainment.


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Bhimthadi Jatra 2007

Bhimthadi jatra is a rural carnival having varity of area like Cultural exhibition, Food market, Flee Market, Live Shows and much more.


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Bhimthadi Jatra 2006

The year we started, a seed that grew to such a big tree.


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