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Burj Khalifa to display Indian flag colors to mark Sheikh Mohammed’s visit

Tricolors set to light up the tallest tower in the world to coincide with Indian Republic Day celebrations, confirms Emaar

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On the eve of India’s 68th Republic Day, the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa, will showcase Indian Tricolor during prime timings 6.15 pm, 7.15 pm and 8.15 today and tomorrow (25th and 26th Jan, 2017) at the Dubai Fountain.

Indian patriotic songs will also be played during the musical fountain show as part of the celebration.

Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s visit to India as the chief guest for the Republic Day is set to boost relations between the two countries.

“The visual expression of the tri-colors underlined the solidarity of the UAE and its people with India, with which the nation shares strong cultural and trade ties,” said leading Dubai-based real estate company, Emaar, in a statement.

Emaar has a significant presence in India, one of its key international markets.

The grand public display of India-UAE close relations at Burj Khalifa will be viewed by huge population of various nationalities present in Dubai and around the world through social networks and conventional media.