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Delhi pre-school made Diwali special for women entrepreneurs

In the splendid fiesta, Dr. Rabiaah Bhatia, Founder, eD WebStudio Channel emphasised how the future is female



The more you celebrate life, the more there will be to celebrate in life. And, why wait for special occasions when you can commemorate your own successes, learnings and efforts?

To double the spirit, excitement and happiness this festive season, Apeejay Rhythms Kinderworld School in Greater Kailash-II, Delhi organised a ‘Diwali Fiesta’. The event was open to all members of the nearby societies and communities.

Powered by charming lights, happy smiles, special stalls, shops and women entrepreneurs, the event helped bring people closer. Not only that, the pre-school further promoted new businesses at a large scale during the event.

The preparations for the same started a month ago as the school’s staff collaborated to make a list of stalls. They also spoke with several young women who wished to display their talent and skills. Therefore, the big day turned out to be a resounding success with over 30 stalls showcasing varieties of Diwali-centric décor, colour attires, earrings, gift sets, hand-crafted bags, rare plants, just to name a few. All fit into one space as the school ensured to include games for kids besides eateries that served delicious ‘chole bhature’, burgers and pizza.

The Chief Guest of the event, Dr. Rabiaah Bhatia, Founder, eD WebStudio Channel shared pearls of wisdom with the gathering. She spoke about the importance of working mothers and how they bring a change to the Indian economy.  Dr. Bhatia identifies herself as a ‘mompreneur’ committed to the field of education. She is also a global speaker and thought leader who believes in empowering professionals and organisations.

The event witnessed a footfall no less than 400-500. Several community members also joined hands to appreciate and encourage budding entrepreneurs in their endeavours. Thanking all the guests for their presence, Headmistress, Ms. Komal Nathani, rooted for having more women in Indian businesses. In her address she said, “Here’s to strong women! May we know them. May we be them! May we raise them! I’m grateful to be a woman and I must have done something great in another life to become one. I voice that there is no limit to what women can accomplish. However, I, alone, cannot change the world but surely I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”

Mrini Devnani is a Senior Correspondent and Marketing Coordinator at Newsroom. She covers student achievements, interviews and contributions for the website. She was a former Correspondent covering Edutech for the India Today Group, and has passion for Social Media and Digital Marketing. You can reach her at [email protected]

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