The India Pavilion is located near the end of the Expo Boulevard, near the L2 Ferry Dock in Zone A, adjacent to the Expo Culture Center.
The pavilion has a central bamboo dome inspired by the Sanchi Stupa temple. It is designed as a zero-chemical area and its energy efficiency is made possible through the usage of bamboo, solar panels, and wind mills. The floor is made of stone and terracotta and is cooled by embedded pipes. The roofing panels are made with bamboo and herbal medicinal plants.
Also featured is an Indian Market where visitors will be able to try the traditional cuisine of different regions in India. In the Shopping Arcade and Amphitheater, visitors will be able to see various trade artisans demonstrating their skills as well as cultural shows from different regions, and purchase regional products.
Pictures retrieved from the official World Expo 2010 website.