Phoenix Market City’s grand Diwali celebrations - The Mandala Arch
Brighten up your mood this festive season with a lot of fun and cheerfulness
Diwali is right around the corner and the festival demands a celebration on a grand scale. Popularly known as the festival of lights is much celebrated with joy and enthusiasm all over India. Though the start of this year has been a lull period for all and has hampered our mundane life because of the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s high time that we all accept the new normal and look forward to positive times. To make this year’s celebration more special, Phoenix Market City, Pune has put up a décor theme ‘Lights of Hope’. With the installation of unique décor elements, Mandala Arch, Crystal Swan, and a Lotus Pond reflect cheerfulness, zeal, which is also a visual treat to the eyes.
The mandala arch which has been placed at the entrance is the center of attraction for this Diwali. Inspired by the ancient Indian artistic styles, the Mandala arch is decked with 1,00,000 lights captures the art form to appear in the form of a circular tableau- resembling fireworks’ in a static manner. Another piece of attraction is the crystal swan which is an eloquent structure adorned with 1 lakh crystals with a Mandala toupee. The installation is a gleaming representation of purity and harmony, apt for today’s times. In addition to that, a beautiful lotus pond has also been placed in the mall, promising to grab eyeballs. The installation is very symbolic as it epitomizes purity, enlightenment, and re-birth, also the throne of the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity. The structure is powered by Kinetic energy and is a representation of the karmic flow.
This Diwali stay assured to have the festivities and celebrations full of fun and favourableness.
Venue – Phoenix Marketcity Pune, Viman Nagar, Pune
Time – 11am -9pm
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