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MANGALORE :There is no stopping of accolades pouring in for “Inland Windsors” the most splendorous project from the house of INLAND GROUP,   the leading   real estate barons of Mangaluru.  The project which has already bagged three prestigious awards in the past one year added another feather in its crowded plume when it won – the best Residential project in South Karnataka in the above 1500 sq ft   category in the second edition of the CREDAI Awards for Real Estate (CARE) 2015.  In a glittering ceremony held in Bengaluru recently “INLAND WINDSORS” once again came out a winner prevailing over its rivals.   Needless to say this award has given another cause for celebration for the company to bask in the glory of its accomplishments.

Builders and developers from across Karnataka   had submitted their entry before an eminent panel of jury in various categories for these prestigious awards.   The winners were chosen by a jury comprising Satish Naik and Dr K S Ananth Krishna.  The awards were presented to builders in multiple categories  –  North Karnataka, South Karnataka and Bangalore city.   The iconic  “INLAND WINDSORS” located on Airport Road in Mangaluru, is a 24 storey marvel doting the skylines of Mangaluru inaugurated in 2014.   The project has been grabbing eyeballs from diverse parts of the country for its unique structure and artistic splendour since then.

There was excitement in the air coupled with anticipation at the Mysore Hall at ITC Gardenia Bengaluru, the venue of the glitzy award ceremony attended by the who’s who of CREDAI fraternity.    Winning the award amidst stiff competition is truly a splendid achievement for the INLAND GROUP which is known for creating some of the most ingenious and aesthetic projects in Mangaluru and Bengaluru.    With almost 3 decades of experience in the field Inland Group has taken a firm footing in the real estate field of Mangaluru because of its strict adherence to quality, transparency, aesthetics and value for money.    In the process it has become a leading player in the real estate scene of Mangaluru and has been  gaining grounds in Bengaluru also.

Siraj Ahmed, Chairman and Managing Director of the company who was visibly ecstatic on winning the award remarked “the suspense and anticipation resulted in ecstasy whenINLAND WINDSORS was declared the winner in the category of the “Best Residential Building in South Karnataka”.  I truly believe this award is the right reward for all the hard work and strenuous efforts my company has put in,   to come out with a landmark project.  I am thrilled as well as quite satisfied with the recognition this project has brought to all of us”.


He also pointed out “INLAND WINDSORS” is distinctive   in design, aesthetics, style, comforts, location and quality – a perfect blend that has created a victor.   Keeping in tune with the unique coastal heritage we designed its natural elevation to represent the sea waves.  The result is the creation of this marvellous project, which has been winning laurels and appreciation from everyone.     This project has now attained iconic status and we have dedicated this to the people of Mangaluru who have patronised and encouraged us.  With so many awards in our kitty I   feel I am blessed   for my hard work and sincere efforts in providing world class dwelling projects to Mangaloreans.   INLAND’S motto is ‘in pursuit of excellence’ and true to this motto we will work ceaselessly and with renewed vigour to live up to this goal”.

Siraj Ahmed also believes that the award has brought with it greater responsibility of living up to the expectations of the people and  has also raised expectations to excel in its future projects.  This is the fourth award for INLAND WINDSORSwhich has already bagged the national Suraksha Puraskar Safety national award in 2011 presented by the National Safety Council of India.   In 2014 Siraj Ahmed was bestowed with “Builder Par Excellence” Award by CREDAI   in appreciation of his consummate efforts in creating INLAND WINDSORS.  In 2014  INLAND WINDSORSwas conferred the ACCE(I) MLR-ULTRATECH  award for  the Outstanding Concrete Structures – Multi Storey Building.

The award was presented by President of CREDAI Karnataka Mr Nagaraj Reddy who pointed out “the CARE awards give us an opportunity to recognise the exemplary work done by the real- estate fraternity.   The CREDAI family works with the sole objective of improving the real estate scenario in the state   and it strives to spread the same message across the country.President of CREDAI Bengaluru, Mr C N Govindaraju stated that CREDAI CARE awards provides a right pedestal to recognise the efforts and contributions of real estate developers from across the state.   “Let these awards be an inspiration for all to excel in their field”, he declared.

Lakshmi Narayana, Commissioner of BBMP, who inaugurated the event by lighting the lamp  in the presence of the founder members, Presidents and past Presidents of CREDAI, said “these awards event  is a proper platform to recognise  the excellence of builders from  places like Gulbarga and Bijapur along with the best in the field.   These awards should   provide necessary boost for developers to create projects that would help the progress of the state”.   CEO of CREDAI Bengaluru Anil Nayak   pointed out that he was overwhelmed by the response received from builders for the event.   “When we first envisioned this event we did not anticipate such a   positive response.  It is a pleasure to see members of the CREDAI family come under one roof for the 2nd edition of the award”.

Minister of Transport and Bangalore Urban, Sri Ramalinga Reddy was the chief guest on the occasion.   The programme was anchored by Suresh Hari,   Chairman of the CARE Awards 2015.

The splendid evening was peppered with performances by the celebrated “Prince Dance Troup” from Behrampur, Orissa.   Each of the performances had a patriotic twist to it   and it turned out to be quite an impressive performance.   This is a self taught dance troupe consisting of children of construction labourers.

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