Bhaskar News Service
Najibabad: The Diwali fair organized by the Center of Art of Living organization Najibabad concluded in the premises of MDS Inter College. Chief guest Mrs. Monica Batra inaugurated the fair by lighting the lamp. The message of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar ji, the founder of Art of Living organization operating in 180 countries in the world, is that everyone should live together with everyone in the spirit of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam. Keeping this in mind, this fair was organized to increase social harmony and cultural unity. Chief guest Monica, a teacher from Art of Living Kotdwar, said that such fairs are very helpful in increasing peace and harmony and also become a means of healthy entertainment. He blessed the children participating in the fair and made them resolve to move ahead and while visiting the stalls of various types of food and games in the fair, he praised the organizers profusely. The fair had the dignified presence and cooperation of former Irish Ambassador Sandeep Aggarwal and senior journalist and industrialist Avnish Aggarwal Tandewale. Apart from this, the cooperation of Siddha Bali Sariya, Hariom Patakhe Wale, Kumar Jewellers, Krishna Nursing Home, Ganga Enterprises, DD Baat Care Mix, Rama Institute of Higher Education, Prayan and Belle Beverages was also appreciated. Fair coordinator Mrs. Mithilesh Aggarwal welcomed the chief guest, special guest and other distinguished guests and vote of thanks was given by Dr. Indu Lahoti.
Jaswant Singh and Kumari Ruman conducted it successfully under the direction of Professor Shubha Maheshwari. The special attraction of the fair was the children’s dance competition whose judges were Mrs. Alka Sharma, Principal of St. Of the two groups of participating children, the first group was of children aged 6 to 8 years and the second group was of children aged 9 to 11 years. In the group of 6 to 8 years, Kavyadev Kaushik, Adi Shri Dutta, Kalash, Vanya Aggarwal, Kriti, Aarohi Agarwal and in the group of 9 to 11 years, Megha Kashyap, Tanisha Joshi, Ayushi Gupta, Aarohi Anand Divjot Kaur, Atharva Gupta, Nidhi, Ranya Arora, Aaradhya Goyal, Ishani, Anya Goyal, Prerna, Deepanshu Singh etc. participated. By doing this he demonstrated his excellent talent. In the fair, various types of dishes like Chole Bhature, Water chestnut Kachari, Aloo Tikki, Chow Mein, Pav Bhaji, Paratha Mix Veg, Jalebi, Rabdi Doodh, Kulfi, Tea, Samosa etc. and Lucky Seven, Hoopla, Lucky Day Date, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar. etc. were many entertainment-filled games. Which was greatly enjoyed by the people of Najibabad city and its surrounding villages. Along with this, various types of beautiful plants were kept in Sri Sri Plantation by Dr. Sudha Chawla. A stall of Sri Sri Satvik Ayurvedic medicines and beauty products was set up under the direction of Dr. Indu Lahoti. Rakesh Agarwal, Rajeev Lahoti, Anupam Maheshwari, Vishal Jain, Mohan Juyal, Rekha Modi, Aruna Kaushik, Kumkum Garg, Dr. Sudha Chawla, Nisha Randhar, Vijay Gupta, Raman Chopra, Neeta Agarwal, Hema Agarwal, Nitin, Anuj, were present in this fair. Ashok etc and Art of Living Najibabad family had special support.
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