World Expo 2010 at Shanghai is the occasion for China to bring the world at home, and for the world to feel at home in China. The theme of Expo 2010 is "Better City, Better Life," representing the common wish of the whole humankind for a better living in future urban environments.
I was fortunate to be a part of this event & was proud to see my country stand amidst all the other countries. 
The Indian pavilion is around 4,000 square meters. It has a crimson central dome, symbolizing the theme "Unity in Diversity". The pavilion showcases India's rich cultural heritage, its diversity of faith, culture and language, traditional and modern technological development and urban-rural interface. I managed to capture the lovely memories in my camera and bring them back to India, to share it with all.

The central dome is herb-roofed with the "Tree of Life" in copper.
The entrance to the pavilion is through a vaulted portal with the "Tree of Life" carving. 
Inside the pavilion the 360-degree Holographic Projection depicts India's evolvement over its long history, from the ancient times of Mohan Jodaro and Harappa (dating back to 2000-3000 BC) through the medieval period to modern India.
360-degree Holographic Projection
Though I must admit that the Indian Pavilion lacked a focused theme unlike the pavilions of other countries. With so many showcase events happening, surely the lack of networking and feedback from the right people can hardly be cited as an excuse by India for not displaying its best at such events.
Napoleon Bonaparte once said "China is a sleeping giant. Just let him sleep, because if he awakes he'll stun the world…"  

Hope India awakes to world class standards before it’s too late.