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Phoenix Marketcity Kurla and India tourism, Mumbai (Ministry of Tourism, Government of India) in collaboration with the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Goa and Tamil Nadu have jointly organized an event ‘Discover India’ in the Courtyard (1st floor) of Phoenix Market City Mall, Kurla, Mumbai from 20th to 22nd December, 2013.
‘Discover India’ will showcase the best of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh and Tamil Nadu in its utmost glory. During this event these States will be offering exclusive discounts on their various package tours and accommodation. The event is a celebration of pristine beauty, diversity, heritage and culture of multiple states, it will also enthrall the audience with the exuberant culture through traditional and folk dance forms ofMaharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.
Some very unique dance forms have been prepared for the audience exclusively for Discover India 2013. Dance forms are closely knit with the culture, history and personas of the states they come from; below are some of the dances which will be performed at ‘Discover India’:
“Discover India is a great opportunity for audiences to celebrate the diverse culture and tradition of various States under one platform. Audiences can also avail exclusive discounts and finalize their travel plan for the coming holidays.” said Arun Srivastava, Regional Director, India tourism (Ministry of Tourism, Government of India), Mumbai.
Speaking on the occasion, Rajendra Kalkar - Senior Center Director, Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla said, “It is a privilege to host this cultural extravaganza and provide a platform to showcase the best of Incredible India! Discover India will entail glorious Indian arts, rich heritage and the diverse culture of the participating states. Through this event, we aim to give our audiences a memorable experience.
India Infoline News Service / 11:47, Dec 12, 2014
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