Hyderabad Nampally Exhibition (Numaish) 2017 Start & End Date: to
Phone: 040 24603015
Nampally Exhibition 2017 Entry Fee
Child: No Entry Fee (below 5 yrs)
Car Parking Fee inside exhibition grounds
Four Wheeler: Free
Two Wheeler: Free
Car Parking Fee at other places
Four Wheeler: Rs.50/-
Two Wheeler: Rs.20/-
Parking also available in premises of Government Junior College, Nampally (opposite Gandhi Bhavan)
Note: There are lot of incidents about duping people in name of car parking. These miscreants who have leased out the open grounds near the exhibition charge premium rates for car & bike parking.
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Phone: 040 24603015
2017 Hyderabad Nampally Exhibition (Numaish) Timings
|Monday||3:00 pm – 10:30 pm|
|Tuesday||3:00 pm – 10:30 pm|
|Wedesday||3:00 pm – 10:30 pm|
|Thursday||3:00 pm – 10:30 pm|
|Friday||3:00 pm – 10:30 pm|
|Saturday||3:00 pm – 10:30 pm|
|Sunday||3:00 pm – 10:30 pm|
Note:Telangana folk art forms & special programmes to be held on Sankranthi (January 15) and Republic Day (January 26)Links: Website | Map
The history of Hyderabad’s grand heritage can be seen not only in its majestic monuments and museums but even in its festivals, its traditions that are practised even today. a cultural of happiness and togetherness that still the city of Hyderabad cherishes as well as enjoys. Example of one such Hyderabad festival is Numaish also called Nampally Exhibition, a name synonymous to enjoyment and fun.
This event will be inaugurated by the chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao would on January 1st. An annual event which starts with the beginning of the New Year is the only event in the world which is organised for a stretch of more than a month i.e. for 46 days. It is organised at Nampally every year at a ground that is spread over 23 acres of area. What makes this exhibition unique is umpteen numbers of choices that it offers. Not only a place for shopping lovers, it has equally interesting choices of entertainment. From fun rides, toy train, a wide array of eateries, and cultural shows, Nampally exhibition has something to keep every visitor pleasantly engaged.
Nampally exhibition is one of the biggest fair of India with a wide variety of products alluring every visitor. Whether you are interested in electronic devices or want to buy some jewellery, whether you are keen on finding some local handicrafts from states like Uttar Pradesh, Kashmir, Bengal, etc., or want to buy textiles to take back home; whether you want to buy dry fruits or just try the local flavours at various eateries; Nampally exhibition is an ideal place for all. However, while buying at Numaish, you do need to try your bargaining skills as much as you can. Apart from shopping, entertaining rides such as mini-train, ferris wheel, motorcycle stunts, giant wheel and more offer a refreshing break to recharge visitors for more shopping.
Hyderabad Nampally Exhibition 2017
With the start of 2017, Hyderabad Nampally Exhibition also starts. It is beginning on Jan 1st 2017 and ends on February 15th 2017. This year, Numaish completes 76 years, which is an achievement in itself.
Nampally Exhibition 2017, which is a 46 day long exhibition, is expected to have more than 2500 stalls, offering visitors with many more interesting choices, while last year the number of stalls at the Numaish was about 2200. Traders from all over the country come here to have their stalls at the exhibition. Along with this, even state and central government’s departments will have their stalls. Numaish is also famous for the huge number of visitors that it attracts. This year Nampally exhibition is expected to receive more than 24-25 lakh of visitors.
Although you can visit Numaish at any day and enjoy the wide range of activities and shopping choices that it offers. However, on various special days you will be able to admire its vibrant charm even more. For instance you can visit on Ladies Day which is on January 6th 2017 or take your kids along for a special Children’s Day on January 31st. Various competitions are also organised of various days, such as water colour painting, rangoli colours, flower arrangements and mehndi, Cookery Competition, etc. Special programs will be held on Sankranthi (January 15) and Republic Day (January 26).
To make your experience of Numaish even more enjoyable, there will be the facility of free wi-fi at the exhibition. However, the facility of wi-fi will be offered only for 45 minutes when after you enter the exhibition ground. Last year a new app- ‘Exhibition App’ was introduced. With this app, visitors can get all important information about the exhibition right in their phones. Information varying from stalls, events, competitions, eateries, timings and entry fee, can be searched on this app along with booking e-tickets. Live streaming of video will also be done.Owing to the huge number of people who visit this exhibition, facilities for health care and other primary services are also provided at Numaish.
Nampally Exhibition History
The Nampally exhibition started during the rule of Hyderabad’s last Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan in the year of 1938. It was started by a group of Osmania University graduate students with the intention to display locally created products. The first exhibition event had 100 stalls, and was organised at the Public Gardens. However, later the venue was shifted to the present venue which is Exhibition Grounds of Nampally.
Originally named as All India Industrial Exhibition, it was in 2009, when it was renamed as Numaish. The word, Numaish, means exhibition in Urdu language, representing the open air exhibition of varied products brought by traders and artisans from various part of the country. Numaish receives traders from not all over India but also from various countries like Iran, Turkey, Bangladesh, etc. Earlier even stalls from Pakistan used to be a part of the exhibition.
2017 Nampally Exhibition timings and Entrance Fee
The timings of Nampally exhibition are from 4 P.M. to 10.30 P.M. it is organised at the Exhibition grounds at Mukarram Jahi Road. Entry fee for the exhibition is Rs.20 per person. Entry is free for children below 5 years of age. Free parking facility is also offered at the grounds. For visitors’ safety and to curb any incidents of snatching or stealing, a police personnel and watch teams are also deployed.
Reaching Numaish/Nampally Exhibition
Exhibition Grounds at Nampally is easily accessible because of its location, which is the centre of the city. Visitors can travel by mmts/local trains to the Nampally railway station and from there either walk or take an auto-rickshaw to the exhibition. One can also travel by city buses to here. Once you are at the exhibition, you can enter through three gates. The main entrance is known as Ajanta gate, which is also the biggest. Other two are Gandhi Bhavan Gate and the Goshamahal Gate.