Pragati Maidan is a venue for large exhibitions and conventions in New Delhi. With 72,000 sq. metres of exhibition space, it is Delhi’s largest exhibition centre. It is owned and managed by India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO), the trade promotion agency of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India.
Spread over 149 acres of prime land in the heart of India’s capital, New Delhi, Pragati Maidan offers about 61,290 sq. metres of covered exhibition space in 16 halls, besides 10,000 sq. metres of open display area. The state-of-the-art exhibition halls have enhanced the appeal of Pragati Maidan as the ideal center for an increasing number of fair organisers and business visitors from different parts of the world.
Pragati Maidan has 4 air-conditioned Auditoria. These can be utilized for meetings and conferences. In addition, 3 open-air theatres can also be used for inauguration and other purposes.
The Pragati Maidan Exhibition Complex can be used for holding Buyer-Seller Meets, trade fairs and exhibitions by other fair organisers both from India and abroad. It also offers space for organising seminars/conferences/workshops on trade-related subjects.
Pragati Maidan is located 23 km from Indira Gandhi International airport and 18 km from domestic airport. There are multiple gates for making entry into Pragati Maidan.
- Rajghat (Ashpond) to Pragati Maidan (Covering All Gates)
- Dayal Singh Collage to Pragati Maidan
- Round Robin from Gate 1 Pragati Maidan to Gate 1 Pragati Maidan
The Pragati Maidan Metro Station is located on the Blue Line of the Delhi Metro. It services the Exhibition Centre.