In a heartwarming celebration of Diwali, Rajni Shah, Deputy Director of Inspiring Indian Women UNITED KINGDOM (Guwahati chapter), brought joy and light to the lives of the beautiful ladies associated with Sokhi – A Ray of Hope. This celebration took place at Dreams Creation Playschool in Bongaon Beltola, Guwahati, where the spirit of Diwali was shared with women and children as a symbol of hope, unity, and empowerment.

Sokhi – A Ray of Hope:

Sokhi is an organization dedicated to uplifting women and children, providing them with opportunities and support for a brighter future. With a mission to create a ray of hope in the lives of those who need it the most, Sokhi has been actively involved in various initiatives to empower and educate women and children in Guwahati.

Rajni Shah, known for her dedication to women’s empowerment, took the lead in organizing the Diwali celebration. The event aimed not only to mark the festival of lights but also to strengthen the bonds within the community and inspire positive change.

Empowering Beautiful Lives:

The celebration was an opportunity for the beautiful ladies associated with Sokhi to come together, share stories, and inspire one another. Rajni Shah emphasized the importance of unity and collective efforts in creating a supportive environment for women and children.

Mitali Bhattacharjee the founder of Sokhi- A ray of hope has motivated women in learning and shaping their lives with knowledge. She has lit the urge of knowledge in the hearts of the women who never thought that they could learn at a certain age.

The event featured cultural performances, traditional music, and activities that brought smiles to the faces of the children. Rajni Shah actively participated in the festivities, engaging with the attendees and spreading the message of empowerment and hope.

Message of Unity and Empowerment:

Rajni Shah’s presence at the Diwali celebration conveyed a powerful message of unity and empowerment. As the Deputy Director of Inspiring Indian Women UNITED KINGDOM, she has been instrumental in promoting the rights and well-being of women both in India and the United Kingdom.

The celebration was not just about lighting lamps; it was about illuminating lives with the light of knowledge, support, and encouragement. By fostering a sense of community and togetherness, Rajni Shah and the Inspiring Indian Women organization aim to create a lasting impact on the lives of women and children associated with Sokhi.

The Diwali celebration at Dreams Creation Playschool in Guwahati, organized by Rajni Shah and Inspiring Indian Women UNITED KINGDOM, stands as a testament to the commitment to empowerment and positive change. By bringing the spirit of Diwali to Sokhi – A Ray of Hope, Rajni Shah and the organization have reinforced the importance of collective efforts in building a brighter, more hopeful future for women and children in the community. The event not only celebrated a traditional festival but also symbolized the triumph of light over darkness and the power of unity in creating a better tomorrow.


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