Mumbai: EsselWorld, India’s largest amusement park is all set to celebrates India’s Independence this year by giving a tribute to the Indian Army. On the occasion of the Independence Day i.e., 15th August, 2017, the park will contribute 10% of the ticket value collected from the sale of combined EsselWorld and Water Kingdom tickets,valued at Rs. 1,299/-, towards the welfare of our Jawans.
Through this initiative, EsselWorld enables all its patrons to be a part of this noble cause and offer their respect and gratitude to the men in uniform – the real heroes of our country. The park will donate the amount to welfare fund for Jawans which will be then used for the well being of our Jawans, provide facilities for the army and war causalities. Tickets are available on the website of EsselWorld (http://www.esselworld.in) and Water Kingdom (http://www.waterkingdom.in). Customers can also purchase tickets from their retail kiosks located in Mumbai, Pune, Nashik and Surat.
Regarded as one of the most powerful armies in the world, Indian army consists of over a million active personnel thereby making it the second largest in Asia. With deep sense of patriotism and national interest reigning supreme in their hearts, it is owing to the constant vigil of these men that Indian territories are safeguarded and Indian population lead a peaceful daily life. Be it fighting with the enemies at Kargil or managing disaster and rescuing people hit by earthquakes or Tsunami, Indian army has always responded to the SOS call of its citizens. Through its initiative EsselWorld allows its patrons with an opportunity to participate in the well being of India’s bravehearts.
On this occasion, Mr. Shirish Deshpande, CEO of EsselWorld and Water Kingdom said“ If our brave Jawans have taken it upon them to protect us and keep us safe then it is also upon us to happily take up the responsibility of contributing to their well-being. We would take this opportunity to express our gratitude towards our soldiers and take a solemn vow of being by their side through thick and thin.’’
“I would also like to wish a Happy Independence Day to everyone’’ he added.