Udaipur - In a heartwarming gesture of community pride and support, the Sindhi community came together to honor 325 young boys and girls at Sindhu Mahal in Jawahar Nagar. This grand celebration was organized jointly by two prominent panchayats of the Sindhi community, namely the Respected Jacobabad Sindhi Panchayat and Respected Sindhi Sahitya Panchayat.
Distinguished Guests: The event was graced by esteemed guests, including former President of Rajasthan Sindhi Academy and former Minister, Harish Rajani. Among the notable guests were IAS Officer and Commissioner of the Devasthan Department, Pragya Kewalramani; RAS Officer and Assistant Secretary of the Education Department, Jyoti Kakwani; RJS Justice Meenakshi Bilochi; and Regional Officer of CBSE, Dr. Manish Chugh. Additionally, social worker Mohan Makhija and Mohan Keswani were present to celebrate this significant occasion.
An Auspicious Beginning: The program commenced with the lighting of lamps, symbolizing blessings from Lord Jhulelal and Saraswati Mata, by the honored guests and community officials.
Education, A Priority: Prataprai Chugh, the head of the Sindhi community, emphasized the paramount importance of education and expressed immense joy at the dedication of the youth within the community towards their studies.
Words of Encouragement: The esteemed guests, in their addresses, highlighted the significance of recognizing and encouraging the youth. Pragya Kewalramani emphasized that such recognition fuels the enthusiasm of young minds, and Jyoti Kakwani commended the Udaipur Sindhi society for supporting middle-class students through scholarships.
Building a Brighter Future: Justice Meenakshi Biluchi encouraged the youth to consider administrative services as a career path, recognizing the potential for Sindhi youth to excel in various fields. Manish Chugh pledged to send an education-focused team from Jaipur to share information about government education policies and programs with the community.
Special Recognition: The event also recognized Kamlesh Sen of Champion and Nisha Linjra, who offered free beauty parlor courses to 140 girls in the Sindhi community. Yug Chellani and Kritika Dhamani, who earned five gold medals for India, were honored for their achievements in swimming. Kamlesh Ahuja suggested organizing workshops for the benefit of the community.
Gratitude and Acknowledgment: The program concluded with a vote of thanks by Om Prakash Ahuja of Pujya Sahiti Panchayat, expressing gratitude to the guests and everyone who participated in the event. Archana Chawla skillfully moderated the stage throughout the program.
Acknowledging the Team: The successful execution of the event was made possible through the efforts of the coordinator, Ashok Chadwani, and the dedicated contributions of Nanak Ram Kasturi, Umesh Nara, Ashok Gera, Umesh Manwani, Sukhram Balchandani, Bharat Khatri, Kamlesh Rajani, Kailash Nebani, Suresh Kapoor, Suresh Chawla, Bhagwan Chhabra, Deepesh Hemnani, Vijay Ahuja, Hemant Gakhreja, Kishan Wadhwani, Ashok Pahuja, Vasdev Rajani, Mukesh Khilwani, Kamal Pahuja, Aman Asnani, Kishore Jhabani, Rajesh Chugh, Sunil Khatri, Kishore Sadhwani, and Laxman Das Bajaj.
This event not only celebrated the achievements of the youth but also highlighted the collective spirit and dedication of the Sindhi community in promoting education and success among its members.