Events Plan

Wedding Program

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An Indian wedding is a grand occasion, very colorful and very lavish with a lot of pomp and show. The festivities of the Indian Wedding begin at least a week in advance. The guests, the get together, the music and dance all are a part of this extravaganza.An Indian wedding is almost like a festival, the festivities and celebrations all around. In such an environment, one�s happiness knows no bounds. Exchange of gifts, greetings is a common sight at an Indian wedding, elaborate preparations are made in the terms food, fun, floral decoration.

Tourist Plan

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Madhya Pradesh is India�s second largest state which is amongst the most travelled destinations in the country. Madhya Pradesh is home to some of India's biggest tourist attractions. From UNESCO World Heritage sites and cultural pursuits to the greatest diversity of wildlife after Africa offering discerning tourists a fascinating range of touristic experiences. Bhopal is the capital of Madhya Pradesh and is India�s 17th largest city, home to numerous institutions and installations which are of national importance.

Birthday Party

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Indians celebrate their birthdays with new clothes, parties and dancing. Children celebrating their birthdays go to school in brand new clothes and accessories, such as bracelets and necklaces .

Kitty Party

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A kitty party is a get together of, usually, housewives ,where the party is held in one lady's house or in hotel, every month. One lady collects money from all members who intend to attend the party or One person throw the party in turns. Food is arranged by the hostess,a few games,gossiping, tambola it is actually a way of time pass and saving and sense of belonging to a group.

Business Meeting

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Business meetings are part and parcel of the everyday affairs of a company. How much you take back from the meetings, � happens to be more important.

New Year/Other calebration

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New Year's Day on January 1 in the Gregorian calendar has been one of India's many celebrations. There are different opinions as to when New Year's Day that falls on January 1 in the Gregorian calendar was first celebrated in India.