House of Hiranandani celebrated a Kite Flying Festival at its Bannerghatta Township for the first time as part of Makar Sankranti festival. The highlight of the celebration was the release of over 3000 balloons in the sky in the evening hours. More than 700 kites were sourced from the local market for the celebration which was open for all. The festival, considered to be an auspicious occasion, brought together people from diverse backgrounds and different age groups to beautify the skyline with colourful soaring kites in air and it was also a reason for their infinite fun and happiness. Along with kite flying, the venue also turned into a small carnival with kite making workshops, flea market, food trucks, caricature artists, children’s fun corner and many other exciting and engaging activities.
Commenting on the kite flying festival, Mr. Prashin Jhobalia, Vice President – Marketing Strategy, House of Hiranandani said: “Kite Flying is a festival that is celebrated across the country with great fervour along with friends and family. Such events and festivals offers residents a break from the routine life and gives a platform to come together to engage and bond over celebrations and scrumptious festive delicacies. At House of Hiranandani, our developments are based on the concepts of New Urbanism, in which community living is an essential element and events like the kite flying festival are occasions that bring alive the sense of togetherness.”