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  • Enviro organizes Green Dussehra with light and sound

    Enviro Celebrates Green Dussehra

    In a bid to protect the enviroment, Enviro – the facilities management wing of Vatika Group organized a Pollution free Green Dusshera at Club lawns, Independent floors, Sector 82, Vatika India Next. A virtual image of Ravana was created using laser lights and the Ravana dahan was done with the help of laser lights and sound. It was a wonderful sight and a unique attempt to save the environment from pollution. 

     Iti Das, Resident, Vatika INXT, said, “The pollution-free Dussehra organized at Vatika INXT is a big step towards the concept of sustainable festivities. There are a lot of eco-friendly activities like the laser, light & sound show, dance performances & loads of fun filled activities. For us to go on the other side of the city by crossing the toll every time isn’t really possible, thankfully all the festivals are celebrated in our society itself by Enviro.”

  • India’s 1st Indian School of Hospitality set to open in New Gurugram

    Indian School Of Hospitality

    Indian School of Hospitality (ISH), a hospitality education venture promoted by Dilip Puri, Founder & CEO, ISH (and former Managing Director and Regional Vice President of Starwood Hotels and Resorts South Asia) has announced its association with Vatika Hospitality to develop India's first Indian School of Hospitality. Currently, under development, the campus is located at the commercial complex of Vatika India Next, Sector 83, New Gurgaon.

  • NHAI to build NCR’s longest flyover on Dwarka Expressway

    Dwarka Expressway Gurgaon

    Dwarka Expressway is soon going to witness a new high. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has planned to construct a 9 KM long elevated road in a bid to improve the connectivity between Delhi-Haryana border and the Basai railway overbridge. It will improve the connectivity to the area and cut short the travel time for both the commuters as well as residents in the area.