Qatar: Qafco Flower and Vegetable Show

Qatar: Qafco Flower and Vegetable Show


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By Victor D’Souza
Pictures by Milind Mahajani
Bellevision Media Network

Qatar, 04 April 2010: Thousands visit Qafco Flower show in Mesaieed Qatar every year as it is one of the largest event of its kind in this region. In this year the Qafco flower show was held on 02 April 2010. More than 14,000 people visited the show which attracted 400 competitors. About 4,500 exhibits were on display.

The contests included vegetable and fruit carving, ice and butter carving for professionals and hotels and various types of flower arrangement competitions for nurseries, flower shops, professionals, and schools. My friend Mr. Milind Mahajani who visits this show regularly gave me some pictures he had from the flower shows of this year and last year, to share them with Bellevision viewers.

In this event the most thrilling part is the live contests in ice carving, vegetable carving and flower arrangement competitions. They were performed live in front of the public, who watch the huge masses of ice and water melons and pumpkins, as the graceful and sometimes violent strokes of the artists’ chisels turned them into eye catching sculptures of fish, falcons and swans. Professional participants from Doha’s major hotels and clubs and amateurs take part in the contest.

Qafco (Qatar Fertilizer Company) was founded in 1969 to produce chemical fertilizers was the first and a significant step in Qatar’s industrial diversification program to utilize its abundant natural gas resources. Since then Qafco has steered its way successfully, responding adequately to the world market demand for fertilizer.

This flower show showcases the company’s care for aesthetic appreciation, environmental awareness and its green policies aimed at day-to-day living. Qafco gives the message that it is the duty of all to preserve the environment to a great extent as we can, whereby maintaining a clean and green safer ecosystem for all beings of nature to survive in.

 

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Comments on this Article
vinod kumar, delhi Tue, August-3-2010, 8:44
great carving i m wining gold cafao from la cigale hotel in 2008
Homosapien, Earth Sun, April-11-2010, 10:09
And we wonder, why there is food crisis all over the world. Yes, the art work is amazing, but still a looot of food is being wasted.. I think this is a craze among many people(especially the Arabs).. They just like to show that they have things in plenty. Once i got a forward, wherein, a fiest was prepared for the Royal family of Saudi, and, they had a loooooot of left overs, which they dumped. Well, people will realise the value of things only when they have worked for it and also when the things we take for granted are no more.
Ronald Sabi, Moodubelle Tue, April-6-2010, 7:05
Great art and carvings. Can not be any better. Keep it up Victor and Milind.
Vikas Castelino, Moodubelle,Deveragudde Tue, April-6-2010, 5:36
Nice pictures who ever seen first time in their life.........
Thomas, cochin Mon, April-5-2010, 1:32
Very nice article very good Pictures .Salute to the Craftmen who took part in the event n done this great Carving . Bye.
Eugene D Souza, Moodubelle Mon, April-5-2010, 1:01
Great and unique work or art, excellent pictures by Milind Mahajan and and good report by Victor. Hope your team will bring out many more wonderful features in future too.
Mahesh, Mumbai Mon, April-5-2010, 11:00
We cannot think such type of art is possible on vegetables or on iceblock .we hv to appericiate the participants n their extra- ordinary skill.those who cannot think such things/such art means they r dreaming .we can think only when we r in waking state . so this art shall help us to wake up do some extra ordinary so that people appreciate our ideas . bye the way great article good clips .from the clips we cud able to reach there not phisically but mentally. bye.
Divya, Hyderabad Mon, April-5-2010, 2:25
Very well presentation of article... Really Hatsoff to those who make such pictures..Keep the presentation..
Jennifer, Bantakal/Doha Sun, April-4-2010, 2:10
Mr. Milind Great pictures and as usal there are no words to congratulate Mr. Victor a very nice Article
Vijay Dsouza, Dubai Sun, April-4-2010, 1:53
great pictures and unbelievable art ....
Santosh, Palakkad/Doha Sun, April-4-2010, 12:38
Well presented and informative.
Milind, Mahajani Sun, April-4-2010, 12:02
Dear victor , I gave u simply rice n made nice biryani out it.Really appreciate u.keep it up. Regards
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