India is set to host a first-of-its-kind—Indian Hajj and Umrah Expo (IHUE) from March 24-26, 2018, at the KLCC Convention, Shamshabad Hyderabad.
As many as 38 leading Umrah companies and hoteliers of Saudi Arabia, and over 68 Indian companies will come together to showcase their products and services targeted towards this religious travel segment, informs Mohd Aamir, Branding Partner, Passage International. The expo is being organised by Sheikh Taqi from Trip of Life with official sponsor Al Hussam Group. The other co-sponsors include Trip of life, Arabian Tours and Travels, Almamoniah, Anjum Hotels, Qasswa for Hajj and Umrah, Al Mukhtara Hotels, Compare Hajj and Umrah, Islamic Pilgrimages, etc. Aamir explains, “Passage International is the branding partner for the event, a company that prides itself on delivering the best hospitality services. The event will also be a great opportunity for companies looking for B2B opportunities and expanding their network.”
Passage International is the branding partner for the event, a company that prides itself on delivering the best hospitality services. The event will also be a great opportunity for companies looking for B2B opportunities and expanding their network
According to Aamir, India is home to 172 million Muslims, making it the third largest Muslim populated country in the world, where most of the population practises their faith wholeheartedly. He feels that, Hajj and Umrah are one of the most important pillars of Islam which drive them to the holiest journey of their life. “Since ancient times, the pilgrims have been travelling to the holiest cities on foot, horses, ships and now do so by air. As time progresses and the world evolves in all spheres of human life, travelling for the holiest journey is also ever evolving. IHUE 2018 is in the interest of providing better and efficient journey to visitors of the holy land understands that providers of various services play an important role. Hence,we have pioneered this first one-of-its-kind events in the country where all kinds of service providers will converge,” he adds