Candor TechSpace recently celebrated Holi and International Women’s Day with great gusto. We take you to the campuses that were filled with laughter and enjoyment, as employees working in the premises came together to celebrate the occasion over exciting activities and of course, bright and vibrant colours.

The festival of Holi is no less than a grand spectacle in India. Rightly known as the festival of colours, the occasion sees people smearing each other with colours of different hues and squirting water on one another through pichkaris. The riot of colours that was evident during the Holi Fest organised by Candor TechSpace in March 2020 was really stunning to witness. The celebrations were hosted at Candor’s campuses in Sector 135, Noida; and Sectors 48 and 21, Gurugram. International Women’s Day was also celebrated to the fullest in these campuses on the occasion, with activities specially curated for women, such as painting salon and photo ops.

Beautiful truss installations, colourful coverings, sparkling lights and cheerful cut-outs were put up in the campuses. A sophisticated sound set-up also complemented the arrangements. A stage was set up in the common area complete with a dummy graffiti wall, which employees used with glee for scribbling and sketching pictures. Food stalls offering a variety of delicious cuisines tantalised the taste buds of visitors during the Holi Fest.

Speaking about the event, a spokesperson from Candor TechSpace says, “We, at Candor TechSpace, have always given special importance to festive celebrations and ensured that professionals get enough breaks from their busy work schedules, thereby helping them maintain a perfect work-life balance. This Holi Fest is part of the same vision and aims to add life to the days of hardworking professionals. What added uniqueness to this event is the way placemaking was leveraged across all our campuses! We are glad that everyone equally participated in the event and celebrated to their fullest. Going forward, we will continue the practice of celebrating different festivals at our campuses in unique ways while giving everyone a reason to rejuvenate amidst their busy working lifestyles.”


To take the enjoyment a notch further, several competitions were conducted onstage, covering limbo dance, balloon twisting, tic-tac-toe, paint the giant pony and emcee activities. There was a rap open-mic competition that saw campus employees eagerly showcasing their rapping talent and competing for the winner’s title. The lyrics, delivered by the participants, seemed so witty and flowed so freely that the audience’s excitement and enjoyment grew in no time! There was also a performance by a group of 8-10 individuals who danced to the beats of popular Holi songs. The celebrations concluded with an extraordinary rap performance by Babu Haabi (the voice behind the movie Udta Punjab).

Exciting activities, catchy music, delicious food and beautifully-themed decor made the Holi and International Women’s Day celebrations at Candor’s campuses very enjoyable. We are sure that all the attendees will remember the fun they had on this occasion for a long time!