Much anticipated 'Harshotsava' shopping festival kicks off in Mangaluru, Udupi

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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru/Udupi (ANK/JD)

Mangaluru/Udupi, Mar 4: Mangaluru & Udupi: Harsha Electronics, a leading name in the consumer electronics sector, commenced its highly anticipated week-long shopping festival, "Harshotsava," with grand inaugural ceremonies at its KS Rao Road showroom in Mangaluru and multiple showrooms across Udupi. The festival, marking Harsha's anniversary week, began on Monday, March 4, and will continue until March 10.

The K S Rao Road showroom's inauguration was performed by H S Nayak, the proprietor of Nayak Business Associates, while the Falnir showroom was inaugurated by Fr Bonaventure Nazreth, the Parish priest of Milagres Church.

Harsha Electronics, founded in 1992 in Mangaluru, is celebrating its 32nd year. The festival, held annually from Monday to Sunday, commemorates the establishment of Harsha on March 9, 1987, in Udupi. It started as a home appliances sales and service outlet and has now expanded to 12 cities with 17 stores.

Various dignitaries attended the inauguration, including Ashok Kumar, director of Operations and CEO Harsha; Surya Prakash, managing director, Prakash Retail Private Limited; Nishanth Shet, owner of Navarathna Palace; Walter Monterio from Cila Advertisers; Allwyn Varadaraj, a member of Milagres Church; and others.


In Udupi, the "Harshotsava" shopping festival kicked off with various inaugural ceremonies across Harsha showrooms. Mansukh Bhai Patel, Suryaprakash, M D Prakash Retail Pvt Ltd, inaugurated the festival at the Harsha K M Marg showroom. Jagadish Patel and Purushotham Patel inaugurated the Harshotsava anniversary offer at the Harsha Kittur Rani Chennamma Road branch. H T Poojary and M K Sanil launched the anniversary offers at the largest Harsha showroom near the Udupi city bus stand.

The shopping festival will be held from March 4th to March 10, 2024, in branches across Udupi, Mangalore, Brahmavar, Surathkal, Puttur, Kundapura, and Shivamogga.

Harsha Electronics, with a legacy dating back to March 9, 1987, in Udupi, has expanded to 12 cities, featuring 17 stores and serving over 15 lakh satisfied customers. The festival offers attractive exchange offers, combo deals, special discounts, and assured gifts.

Customers can benefit from affordable EMI plans and interest-free easy installments. Harsha Electronics provides facilities through Bajaj Finance, HDB, HDFC, Kotak Mahindra Bank, and IDFC EMI. Customers using the EMI facility stand a chance to win various appliances, including a 65-inch LG LED TV, refrigerator, microwave oven, washing machine, air conditioner, earbuds, and soundbars. Additionally, a 15% cashback is available for purchases made with various debit and credit cards.

The festival presents modernized home appliances from renowned brands such as Godrej, Onida, Voltas, IFB, Whirlpool, Sony, Panasonic, LG, Samsung, Bosch, Haier, Liebherr, Blue star, Apple, Nikon, HP, Prestige, Usha, and many more, with exciting offers and discounts.

The shopping festival, held annually, draws crowds from far and wide, offering unbeatable deals on a wide array of products.

Customers participating in "Harshotsava" have the chance to win LED TVs, split ACs, smartphones, smartwatches, microwave ovens, mixers, grinders, and more. Harsha Electronics specializes in offering the best international brands at discounted prices, making the festival a must-visit for those seeking unbeatable deals on quality electronics.

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