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Dream Trip to “Kingdom of Dreams”

“Kingdom of Dream” as the name suggests, truly opens the gates to a magical, mystical experience. IMS Ghaziabad students got the first taste of it, when over 170 students and faculty members visited the most talked about “Kingdom of Dreams” on October 24th, 2013. The day long excursion trip for PGDM II year students was full of fun and frolic.

We left the campus early morning singing and enjoying the ride. The spirit of this trip was very high. When our group reached the venue there was a traditional band playing welcome music. Entering the “Culture Gully” we all were stunned. The air-conditioned ‘indoor street of India’ spread over 100,000 sq feet under a fabulous sky dome, kaleidoscope of India’s unique cultural diversity, vibrant space that offers a unique Indian experience, 14 State Pavilions, Themed Restaurants, Street Bars, Live Arts & Crafts Village, The India Tea House & Library, Coffee Shop, Ethnic Jewelry Store, Indian Home Décor Store, Mystic Center, Carnival of Indian Folk Art & Dance. All were busy admiring the efforts of the designers of this place. Every corner was full of surprises which made photography and picture taking a never ending job for the everyone. We enjoyed the exotic Indian food from the arrays of states preparation. The ambience was mesmerizing.

The next stop was “Zangoora”, which was scheduled at 2:15pm and everyone rushed for it towards the Nautanki Mahal. What we experienced there added to our one of the best experiences ever. Nautanki Mahal promises THE WORLDS FIRST CINEMATIC THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE. And to us it turned out to be a Never-before-seen extravaganza

The magic of Indian Cinema comes alive in a stunning, electrifying on-stage spectacle. The Indian culture combined with Bollywood style entertainment and storytelling. Glitz and glamour packed content. World Class Theatrical… World Class Entertainment… World Class Production… In short a day at Kingdom of dreams the IMS family not only did spend the day well, but lived it to the best.

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