Reliance Jio World Center unveiled over an area of ​​18.5 acres in Mumbai

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Reliance Industries has opened a new destination named Jio World Center. The Center has expanded 18.5 acres in Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex. Jio World Center is projected as a business, commerce and culture destination.

The company claims that the Jio World Center includes a cultural center, a musical fountain, a luxurious retail experience, cafes and fine dining restaurants, serviced apartments and offices, and a conference facility.

Sharing her vision for the Centre, Nita Ambani said, “Jio World Center is a tribute to our proud nation and a reflection of the aspirations of a new India. From the biggest conventions to cultural experiences to pioneering retail and dining facilities, Jio World Center has been seen as Mumbai’s new landmark, a point where we look to script the next chapter in India’s growth story. come together. ,

The center will initially launch with Dhirubhai Ambani Square, the musical ‘Fountain of Joy’ and the Jio World Convention Centre, with the Jio World Center being inaugurated phase-wise during the current and next year.

Dhirubhai Ambani Square
Dhirubhai Ambani Square is a free entry, open public space. Dhirubhai Ambani Square is centered around the Fountain of Joy. The fountain features eight fire shooters, 392 water jets, and over 600 LED lights.

Dedicating the musical fountain, Mrs Nita Ambani said, “With great joy and pride, we dedicate Dhirubhai Ambani Square and the world-class Fountain of Joy to the people of Mumbai and the city. A celebration of the spirit of the city, it will be an iconic new public space where people share the joys and get immersed in the colors and sounds of Aamchi Mumbai! It gives me pleasure to pay a special tribute to the teachers on the opening night. Being a teacher myself, I thank my teachers for working tirelessly and lighting the flame of knowledge in this challenging time. Our tribute show celebrates these real heroes.”

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