Green Diwali
Green Diwali

Select CITYWALK Ushers in festivities in the most spectacular and unique style

ANI | Updated: Oct 26, 2018 16:29 IST

New Delhi [India], Oct 26 (NewsVoir): Bringing in the festive season in style, Select CITYWALK is all set to woo its patrons through a series of activities ranging from Green Diwali decorations to Diwali Bazaar to Magnum Opus Ramayana, Kids Diwali Workshops and sustainable initiatives such as Newspaper collection by schools.
Select CITYWALK changes the game this Diwali by celebrating the festival of lights with greenest decoration sever. The entire shopping centre has been embellished with plants with air purification qualities and LED lights. The main highlights of the decorations are the exquisite Bamboo installation in the Central Atrium and the Green house installation created out of 1500 plants at The Plaza.
All the plants used in the decorations are live and adequate arrangements have been made for their maintenance to water them during the course of the display. Some of the unique plants include Scindapus, Ferns, Aglaonema and Cordyline among others.
Gitanjali Singh, VP - Marketing, Select CITYWALK, said, "Augmenting the festive fervor of its shoppers, Select CITYWALK has embraced an eco-friendly approach through Green Diwali this year. We have tried to follow a zero-waste policy for our Diwali decorations and have also reduced the energy consumption by 50 per cent in the Diwali decorations as compared to last year. Besides, we are running various exciting offers and hosting a wide range of events such as Diwali Bazaar, Shopping Promotion, Ramayana, "Recycling Newspapers, Saving Trees" initiative among many others. With a line-up of such exclusive events, we are confident to offer the best of the festive season to our shoppers."
Kiran Nadar Museum of Art will present Ramayana by Shriram Bhartiya Kala Kendra's in a traditional and contemporary South Asian art form to its shoppers on October 26th, 2018.
As a part of its sustainable Diwali initiatives, Select CITYWALK is also hosting "Recycling Newspapers, Saving Trees" initiative from October 29th to November 4st in its premises. Under the initiative, the shopping centre has invited schools, shoppers and residents around the area to exchange old newspapers with green potted plants. Children from schools will be coming along with newspapers collected from their homes and societies. Along with several other sustainable "Green" initiatives, Select CITYWALK has also become the first shopping centre to initiate the "No Plastic" straw campaign with 35+ F&B partners. (NewsVoir)

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