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necklaceWith a sobriquet of happening city, Hyderabad is attracting the attention of all people. From film stars to traders, everyone is looking towards Hyderabad. Perhaps it could be due to the media savvy chief minister or the software boom that has generated lot of interest among the public and trade circles. Whatever be the reasons, Hyderabad is experiencing a new development in its trade and business segments. The new trend that's creating so much excitement among the people has been the jewellery sector. In less than a month the 'city of pearls' has seen the opening of a prestigious jewellery outlet and exhibition of award winning jewellery from World Gold Council. Now its the turn of Hyderabad International Jewellery Exhibition 2001( HIJE). The exhibition held at Taj Krishna showcased the high quality jewellery manufactured by different jewellery manufacturing units of India.

idols made of goldHIJE 2000 was organized to internationalise the entire jewellery industry in the South with a large number of global players joining the event with their technical skills and vast range of novel designs, says CV Raman of HIJE.

The jewellery that was displayed included items made of gold, silver, diamond, pearls, platinum, and costly stones. Apart from this the exhibition also highlighted spare parts that are useful in making jewellery. Necklace, bangles, and variety of items made with precious metals attracted one and all. The price of these jewellery ranged from few hundred rupees to few lakh rupess.

golden banglesHIJE 2001, which is third in a series is supported by major jewellery associations of India. The earlier shows-HIJE 99 and HIJE 2000 was organsied in association with Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chamber of Commerce &Industry (FAPCCI) at Jubilee Hall, Public Gardens in 1999 and LB Stadium in 2000 which attracted jewellers from all over India. Hyderabad, which is also known as pearl city, is the most happening city in the country and it is ready to take off as a jewellery capital of India due to the awareness created by the exhibitions like HIJE, says Ramana.

glittering itemsForty major jewellery business houses have participated in the exhibition which attracted thousands of visitors everyday. Well known jewellers like Surana jewellers, Living jewellers, Goel jewellers, Dinesh jewellers, Chowdhury jewellers and Mansarovar pearls took part in the exhibition.

Although the software boom is slowly waning out but the new boom in the form of jewellery
seems to be catching up in the city. Recent jewellery exhibitions and the response of the public prove it.
- Fareed
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