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IHCL honours the armed forces through the Freedom Offer

Since inception, a fundamental cornerstone of IHCL has been, and remains, its commitment to make a difference in the lives of the communities it serves. On the heels of India’s 73rd Independence Day, the company extends its support and recognition to the Indian Armed Forces through the Freedom Offer, available across all its brands in India. This also coincides with the second edition of the ‘115 Years of Taj Mahal Palace’ Charity Gala held at Taj Palace, New Delhi. The proceeds from the gala will go towards the Taj Public Service Welfare Trust, set up post the 26/11 attacks to aid victims of terror and natural disasters as well as members of the Armed Forces.

From hosting icons of the freedom movement to the historic juncture when the first Governor-General of an independent India, Lord Louis Mountbatten made his farewell speech from the steps of The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, the hotel has stood witness to milestones in India’s struggle for freedom. The Freedom Offer is a humble tribute to express solidarity with the true heroes who protect this nation.

The fffer will be valid on bookings made between August 8 and August 15 for stays till October 15, across the 130+ IHCL hotels in India. Additionally, special promotions will be available at the all day diners, Jiva Spa and Taj Khazana luxury lifestyle stores of the participating hotels.

The façades of the two iconic hotels, The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai and Taj Palace, New Delhi will also be lit up in the Indian tricolour to mark the jubilation of this significant event.


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