The event is planned around ‘Light a Life’ concept and proceeds collected from the event will be donated to an NGO
Diwali, the most anticipated and widely celebrated festival of lights and sharing joy and happiness is round the corner. After experiencing the immense admiration for the maiden Diwali lighting festival at House of Hiranandani Township in OMR Chennai last year from our esteemed residents and prospective home-buyers, we are motivated to announce the second edition of the festival this year. The celebrations that will take place from November 12 to November 16, due to Covid-19 will remain restricted to residents only.
Resonating the essence of our developments that encourages community living and elevates living experiences, the lighting festival will bring together residents on a common platform to celebrate and enjoy together. The festival comprises an impressive lighting decor across the township, a flea market, distribution of over 2000 diyas among residents and a donation program.
Just as the House of Hiranandani’s developments add value to the neighbourhood and enriches the society, the celebrations conceptualised around ‘Light a life’ aims to spread positivity and happiness among everyone. The proceeds of the event will be donated to Trinayani, an NGO that works for the physically-challenged.
The season also coincides with the economy opening up after the lockdown and makes it a perfect time for new beginnings and a positive outlook. The jubilations will bring smiles on the face of every participant and resident of the township.
Commenting on this unique festival celebration, Prashin Jhobalia, VP Marketing Strategy, House of Hiranandani said, “We are excited about the event which is a fine confluence of celebrations and giving. The festive celebrations within our townships are a testimony of the happy and thriving communities. Being a socially responsible corporate, we take this opportunity to give back to the society that has always overwhelmed us with their support.”
“The event will take place by strictly adhering to the Covid-19 safety norms. We are looking forward to a sparkling and socially conscious festive celebration this year,” he added.
Last year over 1000 residents participated in the Diwali Lighting festival that comprised colourful lighting decor, music and entertainment activities for the participants.
Thriving communities have been a striking feature of House of Hiranandani projects. The self-sustained ecosystem of House of Hiranandani at Egattur, home to over 1500 families, is spread over 120 acres and provides a holistic living experience. Strategically located on Old Mahabalipuram Road, opposite the SIPCOT IT Park, it is one of the most sought-after luxury residential projects in Chennai. It also provides unrestricted views of the Bay of Bengal from the apartments that elevate the experience of living here.