Dreamy Arts Festival
The unique Indian Boulevard of exotic Food, Art and Heritage, Culture Gully, Kingdom of Dreams, played host to the artists and performers of Delhi International Arts Festival. The Event witnessed live performances by artists from Manipur, Rajasthan, Kashmir, Punjab, Kerala, Sikkim and Orissa, and special Dance Café Acts.
Kingdom of Dreams played Cupid this Saint Valentine’s Day, as couples enjoyed an ideal rendezvous to express their heart’s deepest desire to their loved ones. A blissful candle-light dinner, in a perfect ambience, helped couples celebrate the bond and spirit of love. Adding a dose of fun, couples took love-leaps - with ‘reverse Bungee-jumping’ from an exhilarating height of 180ft. Guests enjoyed the sizzling Fashion Show by Amit Talwar Trekaaya, an awe-inspiring live performance by the Band, Pratigya & Anatara and live Bollywood dance performances.
A Trophy Tour
As a part of the Trophy Tour of ICC World Twenty20 2014, LG hosted an exclusive preview of the prestigious T20 trophy at The LG Shoppe, Ambience Mall. This year the Event will be hosted by Bangladesh, from 16th March 2014 to 6th April 2014. For the first time, 16 men’s teams and 10 women’s teams will compete. Sanjay Chitkara, Head- Corporate Marketing, LG Electronics India, said, “As the Official Partner of ICC, it gives us immense pleasure to organize the ‘Trophy Tour’, which aims at building excitement for the upcoming tournament - in a Nation where Cricket is Passion.”
Teaching them Young
A Legal Literacy Camp was held by the SDAV Society, with the help of the Distt. Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Gurgaon on Child Labour and Child Marriage, at the premises of S.D. Adarsh Vidyalaya, Sector 47. Ms. Suruchi Atreja, Chief Judicial Magistrate, was the Chief Guest. The Keynote Speaker was Dr. Anuradha Lamba, Deputy Labour Commissioner. Asha Sharma, President, S.D.A.V Society & President, All India Women’s Conference, Gurgaon, was the host.
The 27th Suraj Kund International Crafts Mela 2014 provided an exclusive educational exposure to the students of JK Business School, to help them write a case study on ‘Efficiency of framing a Rural Fair’. The Fair/Mela was an amalgam of craftsmen, skilled artisans, social entrepreneurs and folk artists - displaying their Art in the form of products, services and Theatre Art forms. The Mela showcased the most exquisite handlooms and handicrafts of India.