by Suman Gupta
Mumbai/Thane, January 2018: Following its two successful editions, Piramal Realty organizes the third edition of the annual Vaikunth Flower Show (VFS) 2018 on 26 to 28 January 2018 between 4pm to 8pm at Piramal Vaikunth in Balkum, Thane. The Vaikunth Flower Show will showcase 20 themed gardens with over a million blossoming flowers from farmers across the country. This initiative is a part of Piramal Realty’s commitment towards developing vibrant communities that promote natural living, and spaces where residents can thrive.
Dr. Swati Piramal, Vice-Chairperson, Piramal Group, “This year visitors can stroll through 20 unique themed gardens, each with a story of its own to narrate. We want our visitors to experience a show that is at par with international exhibits. This reinstates Piramal Realty’s endeavour towards creating spaces which induce community living. We are also celebrating the India-UK year of culture through gardens.”
Anand Piramal, Executive Director, Piramal Group, “Designed on the principles of Biophilia, Piramal Vaikunth promises a fresh, vibrant lifestyle surrounded by nature. It is a thoughtfully designed project tailored to provide a perfect balance between city life and nature.”
Voted as one of the Top five flower shows in the world, the Vaikunth Flower Show recorded a turnout of approximately 50,000 visitors, including hundreds of children in the past years. At the Vaikunth Flower Show visitors can experience one of the greatest floral displays and see some of the exotic and rare flower species such as dahlias, cosmos, zinnia, silver-dust and lots more.
The Flower Show will also feature several attractions such as Fairy Gardens – miniature gardens with fairies and gnomes, Hill Station Berries–A farmers market from Mahabaleshwar and London Lights which are seen on Bond Street and Regent Street during Christmas. Visitors can also indulge in joy rides aboard the life-size toy trains ‘Little Sultan’ and ‘Little Badshah’ which commemorate the first trains from Victoria Terminus to Thane in 1853.