JP Infra to build a Ganesh Temple at JP North at Mira Road
As developers, we have an innate drive towards making this dream come true.
Sep 12, 2016
Source : GNS


Mumbai: Mr. Vijay Jain, CMD at JP Infra made a huge announcement for their landmark project - JP

North at Mira Road, “Ganeshji is known as the lord of new beginnings and with witnessing the city’s spirit

and our customers overwhelming love and belief towards the Bappa, we hereby announce that we would

build a Ganesh Temple at JP North and the planning towards the same has already been initiated. We

believe in building communities ground up and the Ganesh Temple is another attempt towards our aim

of creating spaces for people to truly live.”


Mr. Shubham Jain, Director at JP Infra added, “The devotion and love our city has towards

the lord is way beyond explanation. A lot of people in this city strive throughout their lives

working towards that heartfelt dream of owning a home. And as developers, we have an

innate drive towards making this dream come true. At JP Infra, we wish to help our

customers and prospective community members welcome Ganeshji with homes for every

family. In conjunction to the same, we are proud and happy to announce the inclusion of a

Ganesh Temple in our landmark project North and is another attempt to fortify the belief of

communal living in this fast paced city.”


The initiative also looks at supporting the environment through eco friendly measures and

the group has build artificial ponds for immersion at their sites - JP North at Mira Road, JP Decks at

Goregaon and Unity Towers at Worli. On the empowering front, the

proceeds from the donation boxes have been allocated to the betterment of children at

BMC schools. The company also organised a drive for its laborers at site with the

employees donating clothes, books and footwear.


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