'Electrical Point' Makes a Smart Move

‘Electrical Point, a household name for decorative lights and electrical accessories, is all set to move to spacious premises in the city from its present location at Karangalpady. The new showroom, which is housed at the ‘Electrical Point Complex’ near Bunts Hostel on Kadri Road, will be inaugurated on Saturday May 19 at 5.30 pm.. With this, perhaps, Electrical Point becomes the largest concern in the field of decorative lights distribution in Karnataka.

The new building and the showroom will be inaugurated by Roy Thomas, the DGM of Havells India Ltd., and will be blessed by Fr Stany B Lobo, parish priest of Our Lady of Miracles Church, Kallianpur. The chief guests on the occasion are P M A Razak, vice-president, Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association of India, Karnataka, M Venkatesh Pai, president, Architects Guild, Mangalore, Vijay V Mayya, chairman, Association of Consulting Civil Engineers (India), Mangalore centre, and Urban Pinto, president, Karnataka State Electrical Contractors’ Association of Dakshina Kannada.


Mangalore is the fastest developing city after Bangalore, in Karnataka. Construction Activities, both commercial and residential, are booming here. Decorative lights play an important role in all types of buildings whether it is residential or commercial, worship place or auditorium, both inside and outside.

Vinod Sequeira, of Barkur the proud owner of Electrical Point, after obtaining diploma in electrical engineering from Karnataka Polytechnic, had worked as an electrical contractor. During this time he felt the growing demand for decorative lights and started Electrical Point in a small way on November 27, 2000, at Falnir, Mangalore, on a space of about 300 sq.ft. He provided decorative lights and fans according to the needs and tastes of his customers. As the years rolled by, his business flourished necessitating a bigger showroom.

On May 17, 2004, Vinod shifted his business to Essel Chambers, Karangalpady, with a showroom place of 700 sq.ft. As customers’ response grew he expanded his showroom to over 2,000 sq.ft in the same building and converted the entire showroom into an air-conditioned one and this was blessed on May 19, 2005.

The new building comprising of three stories will have a total area of about 20,000 sq.ft. on completion.

Electrical Point has customers from Kasargod to Goa and from Shimoga, Chikmagalur and other districts. To facilitate to the customers need of northern parts of coastal Karnataka, Vinod started a state-of-the-art new showroom at Regal Entry building, near Karavali Circle, Udupi on October 26, 2009, consisting of about 4,000 sq.ft. and fully air- conditioned.

Popular brands of chandeliers, decorative lights, and fans both from India and abroad are available in large quantities in Electrical Point showrooms at Mangalore and Udupi for residential houses, auditorium, places of worship, and other premises both for indoor and outdoor purposes at reasonable rates. Electrical Point always extends a cordial invitation to anyone who constructs his/her dream house or other type of building anywhere from Kasargod to Goa before the purchase of decorative lights and fans just to have a glance at its huge collection and to verify the rates. Apart from expert advice and guidance for the selection of decorative lights, a special discount of 40 percent is always available on all brands of decorative lights

at Electrical Point.

A customer is sure to meet his requirements for decorative lights, fans, and other accessories from the huge collection at Electrical Point. It has supplied decorative lights, fans and other accessories to several huge buildings in Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, and neighboring districts.

New Premises Inaugural Offer ‘Fan Mela’ at Electrical Point:

On the occasion of the inauguration of new premises Electrical Point is arranging a ‘Fan Mela’ from May 19 to June 23, 2012. Massive discounts on different brands of fans will be offered. Offer is available at the Electrical Point showrooms both at Mangalore and Udupi.

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