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Incredible India festival at LuLu Hypermarket
January 23, 2016, 10:14 am
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LuLu Hypermarket, the lifestyle shopping destination of choice for discerning shoppers, launched their captivating ‘Incredible India’ festival at the Al-Rai branch on Thursday, 21 January.

The Indian Ambassador to Kuwait, His Excellency Sunil Jain, inaugurated the festival in the presence of LuLu management, staff and a large gathering of shoppers and well-wishers. Various Indian cultural programs, including decorations from different Indian states, added entertainment to the opening event.

The 10-day festival, which runs from 20 to 30 January, allows shoppers to enjoy many of the popular food products and other items from India. In addition to a variety of Indian food items, a special section of the festival is dedicated to freshly-prepared Indian dishes and sweets. Along with branded garments, exquisitely designed sarees, churidars, kurthas and footwear by Indian craftsmen are on offer during the festival.

The festival is an ideal opportunity for citizens and other expatriates in Kuwait to get a taste of Indian food and various other products. The wide range and large selection of products on display, as well as the expansive shopping space, makes shopping at LuLu a very comfortable experience. The festival also allows shoppers to find value in their regular purchase of fresh fruits, vegetables, groceries and other household products.

LuLu Hypermarkets offers an ultra-modern shopping ambience along with a selection of high-quality products at very affordable prices. The Incredible India festival is part of LuLu Hypermarket’s initiative to continuously bring the best of the world to their customers, by providing the right products in the right place at the right time.

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