From home-made Dhanush howitzers to mine-protected vehicle to rock bands to folk dances to foreigners posing with Indian artistes to gigantic dumping trucks to families having a gala time.
Rediff.com brings you the action on Day Two of the Make In India Week.
This 'Make In India' symbol was perhaps the most colourful work of creativity.
Look at the size of the dumping truck. Look at its tyres!
These bahurupias had a field day entertaining the crowds.
A colourful vintage car, perhaps Made In India!
Folk dancers from Chhattisgarh regale those who cared to stand and stare.
A folk singer poses for enthusiasts.
Look at the dress. Check out his musical instrument with horns popping out.
Folk dancers tapping their feet to a catchy song they were singing.
Tired feet need some rest.
This foreigner was not interested in a selfie with this female artist. Instead he asked a passerby to click his picture.
Hungry kya? The only sore point on the Make In India campus at the Bandra Kurla Complex, north-west Mumbai, was the shortage of food counters.
A unique rock band and the dance of the JCBs. The JCB machines synchronised with the band's music.
Displaying India's defence prowess: The Akash Missile System developed indigenously by Bharat Electronics.
And the Akash Weapon System again developed by Bharat Electronics. Proud to 'Make In India'
This family is having a good time. 'Quality time' together!
More about India's defence preparedness.
The tricolour aflutter at the entrance to the Make In India venue.