Malls embrace spirit of Deepavali

Pavilion KL’s creation at the Pavilion Crystal Fountain has made it into the Malaysia Book of Records as ‘The Biggest Illuminated Fabric Flower Kolam.”

PAVILION REIT Malls, namely Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Intermark Mall and Da Men Mall are showcasing unique kolam to embrace the festive spirit of Deepavali.

For the first time, Pavilion KL presents an illuminated kolam at the Pavilion Crystal Fountain and enters the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) for “The Biggest Illuminated Fabric Flower Kolam”.

Intermark Mall also gains an entry into MBR for “The Biggest Peacock Replica Kolam Made of Coffee Grounds” as the mall combines the festive celebrations with International Coffee Month and a message of sustainability.

As for community-friendly Da Men Mall, discover a charming kolam, designed and made by children aged seven and above.

Pavilion KL kickstarted its celebration of the Festival of Lights with Indian High Commissioner Shri Mridul Kumar and his wife Sumita Goyal as guests of honour to witness the lighting of the “Biggest Illuminated Fabric Flower Kolam” which was the main showcase of Divine Diwali at the Pavilion Crystal Fountain.

Until Oct 31, Divine Diwali showcases colourful, vivid decorations and vibrant dance performances as well as irresistible shopping and exciting experiences in the month-long Deepavali celebrations.

To add to the vibrant ambience, there is the Divine Diwali Bazaar selling traditional Indian clothes, desserts and snacks as well as home art and decorations located at Connection.

Intermark Mall’s unique kolam is a joint collaboration with Universiti Teknologi Mara’s Art & Design Faculty and Coffee2Fuels, an enterprise dedicated to reimagining waste.

The centrepiece kolam features a beautiful sculpted peacock made entirely from repurposed materials, including used coffee grounds and coffee bags.

The kolam and peacock took 59 students nine weeks to complete.

Da Men Mall features “Kolam Art” made by 100 children. The creative and colourful kolam designed and created by the students of Global Art School, forms part of the mall’s festive celebrations themed “Art at Heart.”

It will feature a Kiddos Carnival from now until Nov 4 and a Little Kurta & Little Saree Competition on Nov 2 for children aged five to 15 with cash voucher prizes to be won.

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