Diwali celebrations are all set to get bigger and better at EsselWorld and Water Kingdom this year, with the twin park launching unlimited Diwali celebrations. India's strength lies in its socio-cultural diversity. Different festivals are celebrated across different parts of the country with the same zest, echoing the spirit of the festivals. Showcasing the unity within this miscellany, during the festive season from October 21 to November 5, 2017, EsselWorld brings for its patrons a wonderful chance to witness Diwali celebrations across India by showcasing various regional dance forms.
Decked up in a whole new décor which are in perfect tune to the 'festival of lights', the twin parks with their vibrant and colourful lights beckon their guests for their ticket to happiness. With its decorated jetty arches and entry gates, both EsselWorld and Water Kingdom looks forward to welcome their guests for an experience of a lifetime.
The showstopper for the entire carnival are the parades and floats depicting the different dance forms of India – from South India's Khatakali to Chhau dance popular in the states of Odisha, Jharkhand and West Bengal, from Kachi Godhi dance form of Rajasthan to Goa`s lively dance and Maharashtra's famous foot thumping Dhols. Guests can enjoy everything at India's favourite amusement parks. The twin parks which since its inception have always championed the cause of family entertainment has also kept interesting workshops for kids wherein they can learn, lantern making, nail and tattoo painting etc.
Commenting on this occasion Mr. Shirish Deshpande, CEO, EsselWorld & Water Kingdom said “India is a country which is known for its richness in culture. We are a vibrant nation which has so many different dance forms and art forms which have co-existed since time immemorial. It is our collective responsibility to protect and promote them and make our current generation aware. We are a complete family entertainment destination, where each and every member of the family can have fun time and cherish their bonding. I am sure our festive season carnival will give our guests such a memorable experience that it will be etched in their mind forever. Wishing all our patrons a happy and prosperous Diwali; may the festival of lights bring lots of happiness to our lives.”
Report By: Priyanka Macwan
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