The exhibition focuses on local rituals and ceremonies, puppet theatre, various rural and nomadic programs, and rural start-ups. Folklore music and dance is also a popular part of the event.
Moreover, the villagers and nomads seize the chance to offer their products directly to the costumers in the fair.
The exhibition was inaugurated on August 15 in the presence of senior officials including First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri, Vice-President for Women Affairs Massoumeh Ebtekar, and Mohammad Omid, who is Jahangiri’s deputy for Development of Rural Affairs and Deprived Areas.
What follows are photos of the exhibition, which will be open to visitors until August 18: