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WATCH: Darpan Your City Valentine's Special with giveaway contest

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 11 Feb, 2022 05:59 PM
  • WATCH: Darpan Your City Valentine's Special with giveaway contest

WATCH: With the new year, Darpan Magazine has launched its segment Darpan Your City. Darpan Your City focuses on travel, food, fashion, beauty, events, entertainment and what's buzzing around town. Stay tuned for all the latest in what's buzzing around town. 

Love is in the air. The segment Darpan Your City Valentines special has been brought to you buy Sunaar Jewellers and At an Indian Affair Restaurant in Langley. Check out the latest video and celebrate Valentine's Day with #DarpanYourCity with a unique and must-win #giveaway from @AnIndianaffair.

Hurry!! The #giveaway is sponsored by award-winning Langley restaurant #AnIndianAffair who will treat a lovely couple to a delicious dinner with custom cocktails and desserts. The beautiful evening will be accompanied by live musical entertainment. 

Enter this sweet giveaway contest easily, Follow these steps below:

WRITE YOUR SHORT & SWEET DATE STORY - ADD A CUTE SELFIE WITH YOUR PARTNER - SEND IT TO US VIA EMAIL TO INFO@DARPANMAGAZINE .COM OR SEND A MESSAGE TO OUR INSTAGRAM INBOX.  

DEADLINE TO SEND YOUR STORY AND PIC IS SUNDAY, FEB 13TH 2022, MIDNIGHT. 

WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON FEBRUARY 14, 2022, VALENTINES DAY MORNING ON DARPAN's INSTAGRAM PAGE

Check out @SunaarJewellers in the Payal Business Centre in Surrey when picking out a gift of your significant other with 25% off as part of their Valentine's Specials and hear from couples on how they keep things fresh in their relationship. 

Thanks to Perminder Tung & Priya Tung along with Nnikic23 and GGhane for being part of the couple's segment. 

Video Courtesy of A Master Media. 

Happy Valentines Day Everyone.

#love #DarpanYourCity #Love #Romance #February #Valentines Day #SunaarJewellers #Surrey #AnIndianAffair, #Langley #dine #couples 

 

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