Diwali is one Hindu festival that is celebrated with great grandeur and pomp all over the country.
Diwali is one of the most prominent festivals of the Hindu community. This day is celebrated to honour the triumph of Good over Evil. On this day, Indians decorate their homes and shops with earthen lamps and worship Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi for prosperity. Traditionally attired they exchange sweets among one another amid Wishing Happy Diwali.
The festival of lights brings families together and spreads positivity and love.
In our Special Diwali festival series We are Introducing you a very Daynamic and popular social Entrepreuer from Panipat who believes in Women Empowerment Yes we are Talking about Rachna Bhatia who shared her Entrepreneurial journey with us.
Welcome to My Profile
I am Rachna Bhatia, from panipat, homemaker by profession.
But I always wanted to step out and help the needy.
So here I started *BHATIA SISTERS* – 3 sisters together (Kiran bhatia, Bharti bhatia) , tried making efforts to help the society.
I am a social worker.
Started preparing food at our home for covid patients and deliver to their respective houses.
Little appreciation helped us to come out more and help more and more people. (By providing them what they need- food, medicines, financial help, etc.)
This work always makes my heart full.
I am connected with several clubs and associations named- Beti Bachao, Beti padhao , Innerwheel club , Deviwati shikhsha sansthaan (DSS), Bhatia mitra mandal.
Awarded by- DC Karnal, Voice of panipat, Dainik jagran, Main hoon gandhi award, Arya samaaj bhawan, Durga shakti award.
Diwali is the most important festival in hindu culture. Diwali word comes from ‘deepavali, means ‘a row of lights’. It is great time to have fun with your friends and family. But we should also spend our diwali with the people in need out there. That will give us more happiness and blessings.
I always celebrate Diwali by donating clothes, food, sweets and other things to the poor people whose family is not around.
Every year i visit to vridhashram, mera ashiyana and many more slum areas to celebrate diwali with them.
I want more and more people to come out of their houses and celebrate festivals with poor people.
Your little effort can change someone’s life. Always help people.
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