Come Christmas and Gurugram is all set to enthral you with celebrations.

In keeping with the joyous spirit of the season, Enviro – the facilities management wing of Vatika Group organized ‘Christmas Carnival’ at Vatika India Next, Sector 83 and Vatika City, Sector 49, Sohna Road which witnessed an irresistible mix of shopping stalls, games, kids zone, fun-filled activities and of  course, visit of Santa Claus to shower the kids with gifts. The Carnival was held on 24th and 25th at Vatika India Next and on 25th at Vatika City. 

“We are extremely excited for the Carnival and all the fun filled activities organized specially for us. We are thankful to team Enviro for the arrangement of Christmas celebrations,” said Akansha, a resident of Vatika City.

M3M Group also organised Christmas celebrations at M3M Merlin, Sector 67 where there was music, dance, food and various activities for kids. Similar christmas celebrations were also held at M3M Golf Estate, Sector 65 and M3M Cosmopolitan. 

Meanwhile, DLF5 celebrated Christmas by organizing ‘The White Snow Christmas Fest’ at DLF Club5. The festival promised an enviable potpourri of entertainment, delectable cuisine, shopping and fun-filled games.

The day started with a decorated horse cart which picked children from different areas of DLF5 and dropped them to the festival. This was followed by Santa Claus who overwhelmed the tiny tots with surprise gifts. The highlight of the festival was a celebrity illusionist to entertain the guests.

A dedicated kids’ zone with a soft play area was set up to entertain children. A live carnival band performance and carol singing were also organized to mark the festivities. The event also promised to be a culinary delight for gastronomical patrons and an opportunity for shopaholics to splurge over the finest demonstrations of a wide range of products.

Gurgaon schools were also not behind in marking the festivities with fervor and gaiety. Lancers International School sector 53, Gurgaon celebrated the festival with a difference. The students organized a fund-raising exhibition of hand-made items, the proceeds of which were donated to BASS Foundation which works for the welfare of underprivileged communities.

At Suncity School, the festivities commenced with the students’ visit to the Church which was followed by carol singing and screening of a movie based on ‘Christmas’ theme. The highlight of the event was of course Santa Claus who distributed gifts to children and craft activities related to Christmas.