Pacific Mall Tagore Garden Collaborates with Dance For Kindness to Organise a Flash Mob; Registers 1000+ Participants
In what can be termed as one of the largest flash mob events with 10,000 spectators and approx 1,000 flash mob participants, Pacific Mall Tagore Gardens conducted a flash mob dance to celebrate World Kindness Week on 27th November, in collaboration with Dance for Kindness. The event took place in the open area of Pacific Mall Tagore Garden.

The central message of the event was to invoke the compassion of humankind toward animals. The participants, through their actions and movements, threw light on the sufferings of animals. It also told them to look beyond themselves – beyond the fixations of national, regional, and cultural identities and believe that they are citizens of the globe. There was vast participation from kids, who proved to be animal lovers and voiced an emphatic call to stop the animal assault and treat them with benevolence.

The flash mob crowd created a human chain to raise voices against scornful acts of violence toward animals. The animal lovers formed a circular chain and projected how important it is to shower love towards animals as they are an essential part of biodiversity.

Abhishek Bansal, Executive Director, Pacific Group, said, “The Dance For Kindness event was one of the most sought after and innovative campaign designs which we organized in collaboration with Dance for Kindness organization. We saw high footfalls of over 10,000 visitors per day, and participants rounded off to 1000. There was a massive euphoria which surrounded the event, and we are glad that people in great numbers turned up to show their support for a noble initiative.”