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Safety Measures for Fairs

Monish Mishra
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India is a land of fairs and festivals, every month there is festival with fair held at different regions of India. Some of the big religious fairs in India are Kumbha Mela, Pushkar Fair, Baneshwar Fair, Gangasagar Fair, Tarnetar Mela, Nagaur fair and many more. But can anyone tell me, how is the crowd managed? What are the safety measures that should be taken to organize a fair or Mela?

Posted On : 3/10/2016 4:27:20 AM

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Writi Mitra
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Kumbha Mela is the largest gathering in the world held at three Holy cities of India and people getting lost are also very common in this fair. There should be some measurements to manage the huge crowd.

Posted On : 3/14/2016 5:40:16 AM

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Amrita Poddar
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Last year there was a food festival organised in Kolkata for the first time. This fair was a big failure because of its mismanagement of the huge crowds. Each and every people who visited the fair had numerous complains regarding its management. I think there should be a set of rules and regulations for the organisers before planning for a fair.

Posted On : 3/19/2016 12:47:08 AM

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