Shri Narendra Modi
Prime Minister of India &
NAVI MUMBAI: A unique show by Divyaangs will be held at Vishnudas Bhave Auditorium on Sunday with focus on nature care.
The programme, called Sang Divyaang (In company of Divyaang), will feature messages for protecting the environment, caring for the nature and the importance of Swachh Bharat campaign, apart from other key social messages, said Geeta Poduval founder of NGO Drzya which is organizing the event.
Environment campaign group The Nature Connect.com which is supporting the event aims to spread awareness about the need to connect the people with the environment, said activist B N Kumar. NMMC Commissioner Dr Ramaswami N, Navi Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Kumar and Director General of Audit Alka Rehani Bharadwaj will the guests of honour.
Apart from entertaining, the artists from across the country will present inspirational musical dance performance. Another unique feature of the interactive programme is that the amazing performances have connect with the audience, Geeta said. Epitome Kurries and Legacy Finvest are also supporting the programme.
Drzya has been conducting Divyaang events pan-India, apart from training the differently abled in focusing on their talent and skills, winning accolades. A sample of their programme can be seen at: https://youtu.be/6VYRtFxE5g4.
Geeta, a motivational speaker and former government audit officer, has won a series of awards for her unique achievements.
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