Gujarat Samachar and Asian Voice is set to roll the 'Anand Mela', a spectacular 2-day affair including the 'Assets India Property' show. Scheduled for 11th and 12th June, at the Byron Hall in Harrow Leisure centre from 10 am to 7 pm, the event will share details of properties and profitable investment opportunities that lurk in different cities of India.
Assets India Property Show 2016
From people looking forward to settle in India, to those interested in investing in properties, everybody leaves a winner from the show that is to be conducted in the Masefield suite on both days. Well-renowned developers and companies including India Bulls, Nirmal Life Style, Ajmera Group, Green Shapes will mark their presence and present their properties.
14 featured stalls will exhibit all properties worth investing and property experts will be present to provide with sound advice related to venturing in the Indian real estate market. The Assets Property Show will give a clear and detailed picture of investment opportunities available in various cities of India, high returns, and the best slots to put your money.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'smart city' project and his revised property laws have opened new doors in the market. This steps have seen a surge in stakes for Indian properties. The Assets India Property Show simply looks forward to boost the rising number of financial speculation.
The 'Aarogya Mela' is organised solely with the healthcare needs of residents of the UK in mind. With the involvement of well-known hospitals, areas of specialities like dental, heart, disc and other fields are covered under the segment. People interested can discuss with the health experts present, and once convinced, can even map our further treatment procedures.
A golden opportunity for businesses in the UK
With different sectors under one roof, the Anand Mela also gives businesspeople the opportunity to have their stalls installed. From marketing your products to selling it, people who have a mere idea to sell, are welcome at the Anand Mela.
The main attraction of the fair is the food section. From traditional Indian food like Gujarati, Punjabi, South Indian cuisines, to Indian street foods like Pani Puri, Dabeli, and Pav Bhaji, guests can make the most of the food they know the best. Entertainment section provides ras-garba, performances by dhol-players, dancers, a fashion show and other miscellaneous such programmes.
This year, Anand Mela has found support from the Shishukunj organisation. Passes will be available at £2-5- per person, and all the proceeds of the event will be forwarded to Shishukunj. Entry is free for children under the age of 12.
For stall booking and further details, please contact our office at 020 7749 4080.