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In our Inner wheel Social entrepreneur series in this episode we are introducing you a very dynamic and and popular social Entrepreneur of Inner wheel who firmly believes in Social service and charity work yes we are talking about Aloknanda Bakshi who is current District ISO of Inner Wheel District 325 .She shared her Inner wheel Journey and Shared Club ‘s Cultural activities with Hello Womeniya Correspondent Radhika Joshi
District Chairman ~Dr. Sheela Ranjan
District Secretary- Dr. Rita Jha
District ISO – Alakananda Bakshi
Event chairman- PDC Aruna Taneja
Host club — IWC Jamshedpur
The event was graced by AP Vasudhaa Vasudha Chandrachud madam as Chief Guest along with the host of the event District Chairman Dr Sheela Ranjan Ji along with EC members.
They were fortunate to have Association Editor Sandhya Ji, PAP Prabha Raghunandan Ji, PAP Mamta Agarwal Ji, IIW BD Patricia Madam, Mamta Gupta Ji, Galaxy of PDCs of IWD 325 and all over India, DISOs and ISOs from the entire country and abroad, Diamonds of Rotary District 3250, fellow IW sisters from entire District and my home as well as host club IWC Jamshedpur. Around 400 members attended the program.
The guest speaker was none other than Everest Padmashri Premlata Agrawal
The theme of the program was folk, the idea was to promote folk culture and traditions of India and blend it perfectly with local art, craft, music, and cuisine.
Padmashri Premlata Ji mesmerized the audience with her story of touching the highest peak and peaks after peaks with the mantra of life — “I M Possible “
The entire audience truly started believing the words Impossible is nothing, it’s just IMPossible.
Petrichor— kept the audience glued to the zoom screen with beautiful explanations of how folk music enriched our popular Bollywood music and Vice versa. Entire India was divided into five parts, the basic culture and historical background of the areas were explained, followed by folk songs of those areas which were beautifully merged with popular Bollywood songs which kept people in awe.
Flavors of Bihar & Jharkhand— transported people to Bihar & Jharkhand— with recipes of most popular and traditional savories.
Karagiri— demonstrated traditional art and crafts of Bihar & Jharkhand along with details of women entrepreneurs who are members of Inner Wheel.
IW prayer went to a different level with prayer being sung beautifully along with dancing Mudras which crossed borders of any language and became universal.
Instead of traditional lighting of lamp .. universe was illuminated with Sky lanterns by the Chief guest, DC and EC Members with Hindi version of epic Rabindra
Sangeet — Alo amar alo ogo alo Bhuvan bhara. with the prayer in mind to let there be light everywhere.. let every soul be illuminated.. let the shower of light take away darkness from the earth.
Like every ISO Programmes— this meet will also be remembered for the donation of multiple items by the host club for community service which was dedicated to all the dignitaries present on the occasion. We donated a Desktop computer, hands-free sanitiser machine, T-shirts, umbrellas, milk, dry ration, groceries, baby food, Smart sticks, ceiling fans, stationery items — to name a few, which were appreciated by all.
On the occasion of the Club’s Silver Jubilee, a special My Stamp was issued by Vasudhaa Ji Special Badge was made for club members on the design of half-moon
Chief Guest Vasudhaa Ji appreciated the efforts and reminded members about the ideals of our organisation and how we can be true ambassadors of Inner Wheel.
“My fellow DISO Friends displayed folk-based fashion shows/ ramp walk/dance and club ISOs of my District displayed folk dances of India in a friendly competition.”
Further, Special Madhubani-themed virtual photo frames were circulated amongst all to save the memory forever in the frames.
Thanks to PDC / Dist Editor Shweta Ji and President of IWC Jamshedpur west Nibha for helping with technical support in zoom to run the program smoothly
A memory to adore forever.
About IWC District 325 :
Inner wheel District 325 one of the most important District of Inner wheel which comprising more than 50 clubs. It has strong presence in many districts of Bihar such a Patna, Gaya, Patliputranagar,Samstipur, Muzaffarpur and many more.
Brief Introduction of Inner Wheel :
Inner Wheel founded by Mrs. Oliver Golding in 1923 is the World’s Second Largest Non-Governmental Voluntary, Women’s Service Organization consisting of mainly women folks of Rotarian. It’s purpose is to help and serve the needy and underprivileged sections of society. The Inner Wheel is the world’s second largest women’s organization and comprises of the women folk of Rotarians. It is a recognized voluntary Non-Government Organization to help and serve the needy and underprivileged sections of the Society. In recognition of its social service, it has got representation in the United Nations Economic and Social Council. The Inner Wheel concentrates upon Friendship and Personal Service
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