MUMBAI, Oct. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — A great way to usher in Diwali festivities is to experience Phoenix MarketcityKurla’s glittery sensorial royal décor. Titled ‘Jewels of the Royal Court’, the Kurla destination mall’s seasonal decorations are a gloriously embellished behemoth of imperial splendor this year. With shopping, dining, drinking in luxury, family time, or an evening date, one can ruminate over the exquisite beauty of a collection of massive art installations, exhibitions, and even a first-of-its-kind light show.
Here’s more about the bejeweled installations:
Maha Raaga translates the theme through classical music instruments that form the bodies of three exquisitely bejeweled birds embedded with speakers that play traditional royal durbar music, adding the dimension of sound to the bejeweled sculpture.
The Scent of Petals is a Diwali-infused mechanical sculpture that diffuses aromatic scents at regular intervals. It consists of a large-scale decorative circular tray enameled with eight oval medallions, with a border of acanthus leaves and pearls.
Connoisseurs of meenakari craftsmanship will love the sculptures titled ‘The Imperial Parrot’ and ‘The Colourful Canoe’. The former is an enameled parrot embedded with gems, standing on a decorated base. The latter is a mythical composition of a peacock-bodied boat which forms a dazzlingly decadent bejeweled inkstand, embellished with silk and pearls, glass beads, gold, enameling, tinsel, and other aesthetic elements.
The touch of royalty doesn’t end with mere symbolism – the Crown Prince of Jaisalmer, Chaitanya Raj Singh has also showcased his artistic talent with an installation created around themes close to his heart – his beloved city and heritage conservation. Titled ‘Timeless Jaisalmer’, the installation juxtaposes fossils that represent Jaisalmer’s rich cultural heritage against a hemp canvas which symbolizes contemporary innovation and the gradual turn towards sustainability.
To pay homage to the craftsmanship of the adivasi tribes of Akshita M Bhanj Deo, Princess of Odisha Mayurbhanj; has put up an installation of Dokra and Black Stone Carving with miniature figurines chosen to represent folktales and mythologies of the Santhals, Kolha, Bathudi and Bhumija among other tribal communities native to the district.
Marketcity has collaborated with Syska to create a first for the city – a light show spanning a 240-foot tunnel, using an incredible one lakh lights. The mall’s boulevard will dazzle with spectacular Diwali light shows in the evenings – a definite must-see spectacle for the entire family.
So whichever part of the spectrum a person’s interests lie in, they are sure to have glorious
experiences at Marketcity in Kurla this Diwali. Experience the spectacular decadence of
About Phoenix Marketcity:
Truly a shopper’s paradise, Phoenix Marketcity is a leading destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment in the city. The mall provides its customers with the best international brands, offers, contests, and holistic shopping experience. Phoenix Marketcity houses over 600 premium and high street brands sprawled across literally millions of square feet. Elegant, thoughtfully placed seating areas have been created throughout the massive 2.1 million square footage of retail space to soak in the tranquil atmosphere.
Phoenix Marketcity also offers a variety of entertainment options such as Happy Planet, PVR Gold Class, P [XL] and 4Dx, Amoeba Bowling Alley, Snow World and more. The mall houses over 100 eateries which cook up multifarious cuisines from across continents including Indigo Deli, Bombay Coffee House, The Market Project by Pizza Express, Punjab Grill, Chili’s and more. The massive entertainment hub – Dublin Square is the biggest indoor venue in the city with alfresco dining options where festivals, flea markets, concerts, and various other activities and cultural events are regularly hosted. It is accurate to say that Phoenix Marketcity offers an experiential adventure that you can easily spend days indulging in.
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