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Mayajaal `Onshore Resort'

Staff Reporter

The facility is targeted at corporations, tourists and those looking for a weekend getaway.

CHENNAI: The Mayajaal Entertainment Limited on Tuesday inaugurated the ``Onshore Resort,'' spread over 21 acres behind the Mayajaal Complex on the East Coast Road.

Speaking to presspersons, Udeep Bogulu, CEO of the company said the resort was a logical extension of Mayajaal. It would be managed by the Chennai-based Arusuvai Group.

The facility is targeted at corporations, tourists and those looking for a weekend getaway. It has 40 rooms and an 18-acre sports village called ``The Champ'' which includes a cricket ground/cricket pavilion and a swimming pool.

``In fact, companies such as Infosys, Citibank and Wipro have already come here for their corporate meetings and they were bowled over by the size of the property.''

Six more centres planned

``Combining entertainment with leisure being the aim of the group, six more such centres have been planned over the next 3 years," said V. Chandrashekar, Chairman, Mayajaal Entertainment.

The resort was inaugurated on Saturday by the former President, R.Venkataraman. Describing ``technical skills'' as Tamil Nadu's greatest asset, he said ``new enterprises and new entrepreneurs should do well.''

Cho Ramaswamy and retired judge T.S. Arunachalam were also present.

The inauguration was followed by a recital by Carnatic vocalist Sudha Ragunathan.

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