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Maruti celebrated Children's Day Carnival on 14th November

16-November-2002
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Maruti celebrated Children's Day Carnival on 14th November

Maruti celebrated Children's day by organising dance, paint and quiz competitions for school children. The event titled as 'Children's Day Carnival', began at 8:00 AM with over 2000 children from schools across various parts of Delhi gathering at the Children's Park at India Gate. On show were cartoon characters and magic show, which held the children in awe and splits of laughter.

On the occasion, the GM, Marketing, Maruti, Ravi Bhatia said: "Maruti is conscious that as a leading corporate of the country, it has a social responsibility beyond its regular business. While Maruti continuously works in the areas of traffic management and road safety, playing host to Children at the Children's Park gives us a special joy".

Children participated enthusiastically in various contests such as quizzes, antakshiri, painting and dance competitions. Maruti, which manages Children's Park, had gone into great detail in dividing the 10-acre area into operational zones, each zone dedicated towards a particular activity.

To add to the festivities, there were several special attractions such as face painters and tattoo artists located close to the entrance area to set the mood for the children as they entered.

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