Discovery Kids celebrates its birthday with children across India

New Delhi: This August, Discovery Kids celebrates its first anniversary in India and invites all its young viewers to celebrate their birthday together with their favourite characters. Ten lucky children across India have won an exclusive birthday bash organised by Discovery Kids.

The ten winners were selected from thousands of entries that the channel received for its first birthday contest. Discovery Kids invited children born in the month of August, between the ages of four and eleven years, to send in their details and get a chance to win a birthday bash which will be fully managed by the channel.

Discovery Kids will organise fun-filled birthday parties in multiple cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Jalandhar, Agra, Lucknow, Bangalore and Madurai. To create an out-of-the-world experience, Discovery Kids will bring along its most popular characters, interactive activities, games and puzzles with a combination of dance and music, to make it a memorable celebration for the kids.

Rahul Johri, Senior VP and General Manager - South Asia and Head of Revenue, Pan-Regional Ad Sales and Southeast Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific, said, "The overwhelming response from pan-India to Discovery Kids birthday contest is a testimony of the channel's increasing popularity around the country. We are excited to celebrate Discovery Kids' first birthday with children and build a stronger affinity with our young viewers."

In its first year, Discovery Kids has offered thrilling experiences, nurtured curiosity and ignited the imagination of millions of children in India. The channel has made a remarkable connect with iconic combination of entertainment and intellectually stimulating content. 

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