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Mauj releases mobile games based on classical Indian love stories

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Mauj releases mobile games based on classical Indian love stories

Mauj, the leading wireless content player, has released four mobile games based on the classical love stories that include Heer Ranjha, Laila Majnu, Salim Anarkali and Sasi Punnu. This helps bring Indian youth closer to the great love stories of the past. Also available from Mauj are Wallpapers, Ringtones and Themes based on these love stories.

Arun Gupta, COO Mauj, said “Mauj has been consciously developing content focused on the local Indian audience. We are pioneers in developing content based on Indian tradition and culture. It is our tribute to the undying spirit of love.” These games are also targetted at the South Asian diaspora worldwide.

Mauj is also making available love-focused games like Romeo Juliet, Rapunzel and Lovelinks among others. Love games based on Bollywood like Maine Pyaar Kiya, Dil Mange More and Hum Aapke Hain kaun are already available through Mauj.

Mauj has developed services on all the leading platforms, including J2ME, Smartphone, Brew, Symbian, SS7 & I-Mode. It has developed partnerships with more than 25 operators and portals worldwide. The company specialises in mobile games both in the domestic as well as international markets. It has offices in Mumbai, Dubai, London, and New York. Mauj is a part of People Interactive (I) Pvt Ltd , a Rs. 100-crore company, which owns and operates technology businesses such as,, Shaadi Point and PEP (People Events & Professional) Management.


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