“WOMAN of the ELEMENTS” | Select City Walk Celebrates Woman’s Day 5th March
Date(s) - 05/03/2016
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Select CITYWALK, In association with Rashmi Anand invite you to celebrate “WOMAN of the ELEMENTS”
An evening of art, music and dance
5th March/6.30 PM Onwards/The Plaza
Celebrate the essence of being a women this Womans Day. We take this opportunity to make you feel special with a number of performances, specially lined up for all the lovely ladies visiting Select CITYWALK.
Get enchanted with an Odissi dance performance by internationally acclaimed dancer Anita Babu,who with her dance will unveil the inner FIRE that every women possesses. Students from Modern School celebrate the element Air by showcasing a musical dance performance that is sure to enthral everyone.
We have also invited Kargil war hero Vijayant Thapar’s mother who will talk about how it is an honour being a Martyr’s mother and celebrate the element EARTH.
Famous actor Kaizaad Kotwal will share his thoughts on how every man should play a role to honour, cherish, salute and respect every woman. Author Rashmi Anand will read excerpts from her book “Woman of the Elements” verses on positivity, power and joy of the 5 Elements that every woman possesses.
Mrs. Neeraj Ghei, Director Select CITYWALK quoted “Women are true architects of society and we at Select CITYWALK salute their myriad roles as mothers, daughters, wives and sisters. We celebrate the unique and powerful spirit and source of life called “WOMAN” not only this Woman’s day, but every day.”On the Lighter side and being a shopping centre I am reminded of what Aristotle Onassis had to say “If Women didn’t exist, all the money in the world would have no meaning”.So celebrate your special Day…..Go Shopping.
Get a chance this women’s day to unleash the diva in you! Get complimentary makeover sessions by some of the top beauty brands at Select CITYWALK on 7th and 8thMarch, 2015. Pose! Pout! and get clicked at photo booths across the centre and get a chance to be a part of fun games and take home exciting freebies.
“The women who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd, the women who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before.” Albert Einstein