Raheja Universal’s Raheja Exotica- Sorento Bags 2 Awards at the 57th Annual Vegetable show
Mumbai, 6th Feb, 2018:Raheja Universal’s Raheja Exotica – The Ocean City, Madh Island,bagged 2 awards at the 57thAnnual Vegetable, Fruit and Flower show, organized by the National Society of the Friends of the Trees, on 3rd Feb, 2018, at D.G. Ruparel College of Arts, Science, Matunga. Raheja Exotica – Sorento, set in the midst of a township project developed across 31 acres in Madh Island offers fresh grandeur, breath taking beauty and serenity. Raheja Exotica, an oasis in Mumbai city, known for its beautiful landscapes and open spaces, won First Prize for Sorento Podium Garden under Garden Competition Category of ‘Podium gardens consisting of Lawns, shrubbery and Flower beds’ and Club Exotica won Third Prize under Garden Competition category of ‘Gardens in water pools, cascades, Fountains, with Aquatic plants attached to club’.
The Vegetable,Fruit and Flower show, an annual event attended by 25,000 to 30,000 naturelovers is a grand success with 250 gardens, 70 to 80 individuals exhibitingaround 6,000 varieties of vegetables, fruits and flowers under 30 differentcategories competing for 80 rolling trophies and 450 prizes at the show. More than 25 corporate companies namely Godrej & Boyce,Hiranandani, L&T, Raheja Reality, HP, Central & Western railway andmany morenurserymen, horticulturists have participated In this competition. Prize distribution function on first day was chaired by the DGP andsecond day by the Honorable Governor of Maharashtra and by Dr. Pheroza Godrej,President (Emeritus) of National Society of the Friends of the Trees.
Mr. Ashish Raheja, Managing Director, Raheja Universalcomments,“We are environmentally conscious andmindful of our conservational obligations and this reflects in all ourprojects. The landscaping and gardens that we create and care for are of thehighest standards and this award is a reaffirmation of the standards that weset in all our endeavors.VFF is a worthy cause and event to create awareness onthe vital role that trees play in our lives and the significance of protectingand preserving them”