Continuum's Mumbai Team Celebrates the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival

Posted September 15, 2016by Ben Barker

 Continuums_Mumbai_Team_Celebrates_the_Ganesh_Chaturhi_Festival.jpg

The Continuum Mumbai Product Support Team recently celebrated the Ganesh Chaturthi festival, a Hindu celebration in honor of the god of knowledge. The significance of the festival is to pray that all activities are completed without any obstacles.

Employees dressed in traditional orange attire, the common color for this celebration. Lunch was arranged for the entire team along with sweets that are commonly prepared for the festival. The celebration was held on September 7, 2016 at the Continuum Mumbai office. 

For more on the celebration, check out the quotes and pictures below!

“Ganesh Chaturthi was a special occasion for us on the Product Support Team, as we celebrated it in a ritualistic manner. Traditional kurtas, vegetarian food and to top it all off, tasty modaks made the day even more special. What made the day even more compelling was that the arrangements were made by our newcomers and in a very short time."

- Prathmesh Ajgaonkar, L1 Tech, Product Support Team

“The celebration for Ganesh Festival was very different since only the Product Support Team celebrated it in a grand manner, with traditional wear, food, and sweets. The coordination was done very well and the entire team participated. “

- Sagar Kukreti, L1 Tech, Product Support Team


“We all were looking like Marigold flowers in the NOC garden. The special thing about the event was the food, it was mind blowing and tasty.” 

- Kul deep Singh, L1 Tech, Product Support Team

 IMG_6910.jpg



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMG_6949.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read also:

Ben is a member of Continuum's marketing team. He specializes in blog content as well as video production. Ben is a graduate of Emerson College and a huge Boston sports fan.


RMM 101: Must-haves for Your IT Management Solution
MSP Guide to Managed Services SLAs  [white paper]
comments powered by Disqus