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Bollywood actres mandira bedi, gunjan, nisha merchant , salono, Meghna naidu, eva grover, anahita shroff, anita hassandani, deepali goenka, devita saraf, rashmi nigam, zeba kohli at Aarna exhibition

When women come together, can shopping be far from their minds. But this time, two
women have come together to create a never like before shopping experience: Two days
of complete shopping and pampering that can do wonders to the woman’s soul.
Entrepreneur duo Kunjan Budhiraja and Kainaz Mehta present a unique gala event and
exhibition — AARNA on 2nd & 3rd April 2010, at Joss, Kalaghoda, Mumbai.
AARNA will be a luxury shopping experience with a difference. It will have all the
ingredients that go into making shopping an enjoyable and relaxing experience. Kunjan
says, “Shopping does not only mean to go and buy; for women, shopping is like
connecting with themselves, an experience of totality. And when you enter AARNA and
spend time at the exhibition, you will experience just that.”
The event will consist of forty hand-picked exhibiting stalls that house a wide range of
products and services for the women of today. Twenty exhibits on the first floor will
display home décor accessories, bags, shoes, art, children’s wear and furnishings. While
another twenty exhibits, on the second floor, will consist of fashion garments ranging
from summer dresses, tunics and evening wear.
And once you’re done with all the shopping, you can simply put your feet up and get
ready for a rejuvenating experience at a salon waiting to pamper you with complimentary
blow-dries, express manicures and pedicures and relaxing neck and back massages. You
can also consult make-up artists and dermatologist here.
These young ladies are not just entrepreneurs but also socially responsible ones. They
have associated with the non-profit organization ASEEMA, whose mission is “to provide
underprivileged children with a nurturing and stimulating educational environment that
helps them recognize their limitless potential.” A belief strongly supported by Kunjan
and Kainaz.