The Grand Diwali Extravaganza at TGIP and GG Mall, Noida
Author(s): City Air NewsThe divine season of carnival of lights- Diwali has come knocking and to complement the same, Delhi-NCR’S two topmost shopping destinations- The Great India Place (TGIP) and Gardens Galleria (GG) mall have adorned...
The divine season of carnival of lights- Diwali has come knocking and to complement the same, Delhi-NCR’S two topmost shopping destinations- The Great India Place (TGIP) and Gardens Galleria (GG) mall have adorned installations that compliment both traditional vibes and the contemporary taste of shoppers. To ring in the festivities with all the glamour and style, both malls have been decked up with surreal peacock figurines and lamp light arrangements.
While, the TGIP decor includes a 14 feet long lamp complemented well with the twinkling fairy lights, tiny lamps, and adorable lotus decors both hanging and surrounding the pedestal base. On the other hand, GG mall’s central decor has an exquisite statue of peacock pairs standing beautifully on a lotus-shaped pedestal interspersed with shiny sequins, beads, and interactive floor designs. Further enhancing the beauty of GG Mall’s 10 feet tall central arrangement, with hanging torans and exotic lamp pieces around them.
Adding to the fun and merry-making environment, the malls have turned the shopping affair of the visitors into an even more special experience coupled with fabulous discounts, cashback vouchers and assured gifts. From apparels to home decor, accessories to gifting options, dining to furnishing the Diwali festive offers across most of their shops and stores is sure to get all amazed and excited.
Elated with the festive vibes, Mr. Mahim Singh, Mall Head of TGIP & GG, said, “The unique floral, light, color and peacock arrangement at both our TGIP and GG mall properties along with the heavy offers and discounts will add up the charm and warmth of Diwali festivities in all our visitors’ life. The amazing mix of singing and dance events at the properties will add up the spice and will bring out the best of Indian culture’s taste and charm.”