The month of August has a special significance in the history of modern India.
The freedom struggle from the hands of the British came to an end on August 15, 1947.
On this historic day in 1947 India got its freedom after over a hundred years of fight.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive at the foreground of Delhi’s Red Fort today morning to begin Independence Day celebrations.
This year’s festivities will be severely restricted across India in light of the coronavirus pandemic but its glory remains strong in all the Indian hearts.
Today, Indians represent at an estimated 400,000 people out of Bahrain’s total population of about 1.6 million, making Indians the largest expatriate group in this country.
Zenj Exchange Company (ZenjEx), one of the oldest leading exchange companies in the kingdom, wishes the Indian community in Bahrain a very Happy Independence Day.
Established in 1980, the chairman of the company is its founder Hamad Abdulla Abul, whose daughter Fatima Hamad Abul took over as managing director of the company recently.
Offering fast, reliable remittance facilities, a remittance sent to most banks in India will be credited to the beneficiary’s bank account in less than five minutes.
ZenjEx has recently launched a mobile app which offers one of the best exchange rates in the market.
The company has drawing arrangements with banks in most countries in the world including India, Pakistan, Philippines, Nepal, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Thailand, the Commonwealth of Independent States countries, GCC countries and African countries such as Kenya, Uganda and Ghana.
In celebration of the Indian Independence Day, customers’ first remittance transaction to India sent through its mobile app on August 15, 16 and 17 will be free of charge.