Remit2India NRI Family Day celebrated in New Delhi with great enthusiasm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Known for its historical and political importance as also for its famous architectural monuments like the Qutub Minar, Humayun’s tomb and the Red Fort, India’s capital witnessed a spectacular evening this Sunday, filled with a wide variety of performances, activities and contests at the NRI Family Day, organized by Remit2India.

Remit2India, that serves over a million NRIs worldwide with its online money transfer service, extended its consumer connect initiative to New Delhi and recently gave 500 of its NRI families and friends a reason to celebrate. The Lalit, New Delhi played host to Remit2India NRI Family Day, an evening that witnessed a mélange of entertainment for each and every one present. From a breathtaking performance by India’s fastest guitarist Apernit Singh, to dance performances by talented international artists, the event had it all. The evening also witnessed activities like no other, and included free health check-ups, face painting, tarot card reading & photo sessions, all of which saw excellent participation from the families.

 

Speaking on this occasion, Kunnal Sharma, Business Head – Global Remittances, TimesofMoney said, “No countrywide celebration is complete without Delhi on its map. And true to its reputation, the city welcomed the NRI Family Day with great enthusiasm. We are delighted with the overwhelming response we received from over 500 NRI families for the Remit2India NRI Family Day. The event has provided us an opportunity to connect with our valuable customers, and thank them and their families for their continued support.”

Key partners for the event included Harit Dharaa, Jet Airways, Leonia Resorts, LIC Housing Finance Ltd., Moolchand Hospital and Volvo.

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