Outside the metropolis, highways that run in all four directions showcase rows and rows of sparkling newly built or partly built apartment blocks. Some seem to have run into a business plan glitch, their industrial monster-tools, those countless scaffoldings, the dust-laden half-built megaliths stand as if frozen to a divine command (or court-order).
Elevators in place, fittings all done, coats of paint on every wall, and some landscaping with patches of green planted, it is time to invite candidate-residents to move in.
Grih-Pravesh is a popular ceremony of anointment for the new dwelling. Bad Spirits and Ill Omens, the Evil Eye, all are warded off and the Deities of good fortune are welcomed to bless the new abode. A bit of singing may happen, also sharing of local sweets, and relations and friends all congregate to mark the event as one of joyful accomplishment. For the family it marks a new level of contentment.