Under the aegis of Innerwheel Club Udaipur, the ISO Meet-2023 Nav Ullas Padharo Mhare Desh program was organized with joy and delight on Saturday.
Innerwheel Club President Rashmi Pagaria said that the club's main objective is to promote friendship and service. At the beginning of the event, all the club members gave a message of friendship by blowing balloons in the sky under the leadership of District Chairman Reena Agarwal, President, and Rashmi Pagaria. Two hundred members from different country states, Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh, participated in this program.
All the visiting members were welcomed by dancing to the Rajasthani folk song Padharo ni Aoni Mhare Desh.
ISO Rekha Jain said that among the event's special guests were District Chairman Reena Agarwal, District ISO Varsha Shah, Secretary Nisha Khandpur and Conference Coordinator Pushpa Kothari Kota, District Vice President Swati Gupta Mehsana, AC Rakhi Desai, Editor Vimla Gattani Rachna Sangi from Jodhpur. Also, special invitees to the event were the ISOs of 21 Clubs.
Innerwheel Club works with the primary objective of friendship and service. There has been no shortage of friendship and service during his tenure of 2 years, which was possible with the cooperation of all the members. President Rashmi Pagaria said it is a matter of pride for the club to organize ISO 2023 Ullas Padharo Mhare Desh in Udaipur. Secretary Seema Champawat noted that for the first time after two years of the Corona period, such a unique program had been organized in Udaipur.
She said that along with this, the work of women empowerment, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, providing employment to weak and destitute women and providing education to daughters, has also been taken up prominently. In this program held, a disadvantaged and disabled woman was gifted a sewing machine for employment.
Reena Agarwal, Swati Gupta, Rakhi Desai, Nisha, Varsha, Vimla, Chandraprabha, Rachna, etc., were felicitated on behalf of the club in the program.
All the guests said in one voice that the aim of our district is that our intentions should be steely, we should live up to the criteria of Satyam Shivam Sundaram, and have more and more friendship and cooperation. We also have to follow traditions. We have to touch the sky and reach a destination full of challenges.
Rashmi Pagaria and her team inaugurated the program by lighting the lamp in front of the idol of Lord Ganesha. After that, all the members stood up and sang a collective prayer. Seema Champawat coordinated the program. Reena Agarwal and Nisha Khandpur inaugurated granite benches located at Rani Road.