New Delhi, India – Narsi Group, led by the esteemed Narsi Kularia from Rajasthan, has achieved a monumental milestone by successfully completing the entire interior work of the new Parliament building in the capital city. This remarkable feat has garnered widespread acclaim, and the nation extends its warmest congratulations to Mr. Narsi Kularia and his son, Mr. Jagdish Kularia, for their unparalleled contribution to the world of interior design.
Collaborating with Tata, the Narsi Group has demonstrated their exceptional skills and expertise in executing this ambitious project. The completion of the interior work marks a significant moment not only for the Narsi Group but also for the Suthar community as a whole. The community expresses its deep gratitude to Mr. Narsi Kularia for etching their name in golden letters and bringing pride to their profession.
Narsi Group Sets New Record with Completion of New Parliament Building’s Interior
The new Parliament building, with its meticulously designed interiors, stands as a testament to the vision and craftsmanship of Narsi Kularia and his team. This achievement further solidifies their reputation as the reigning champions of the interior design world.
The Narsi Group’s commitment to excellence and their ability to deliver exceptional results have left an indelible mark on the landscape of architectural marvels in India. The completion of the interior work at the new Parliament building will undoubtedly be remembered as a historic moment in the nation’s development.
As the nation celebrates this extraordinary achievement, Mr. Narsi Kularia and his son, Mr. Jagdish Kularia, are hailed as true icons, inspiring future generations of designers and craftsmen to reach new heights in their respective fields. Their dedication and unwavering passion for their craft have set a benchmark for excellence that will inspire the nation for years to come.
Mr. Narsi Kularia and Mr. Jagdish Kularia, for this historic accomplishment that has left an indelible imprint on the nation’s architectural heritage.