Goldi Solar Illuminates Diwali With A Gift That Supports The Dang Farming Community In Gujarat

Goldi Solar Surat,10 November 2023 – Goldi Solar, India’s most quality-conscious solar brand, is celebrating Diwali in a unique and meaningful way. Going beyond conventional gifts, Goldi Solar is embracing the spirit of the festival by contributing to the betterment of tribal communities in Gujarat’s Dang region.

As a heartfelt gesture, Goldi Solar will present Ambe Mohar Rice and Doodh Malai Rice, harvested by local farming communities, to its dedicated employees, valued customers, and esteemed associates. These two exceptional rice varieties, cherished for their aromatic essence, are a perfect choice to elevate the festive season and foster the joy of Diwali.

Aligned with its core brand philosophy of Transforming Tomorrow’s Energy, the company is actively working to secure sustainable livelihoods in the Dang villages. A comprehensive array of initiatives has been launched, including the solarisation of villages, significant improvements to local infrastructure, support for emerging athletes, and the provision of skill development and employment opportunities for the region’s young talent. It’s worth highlighting that a remarkable 10 percent of Goldi Solar’s workforce originates from the Dang communities, exemplifying our steadfast commitment to fostering local empowerment and growth.

Speaking about this distinctive gifting idea, Goldi Solar’s Founder and Managing Director, Capt. Ishver Dholakiya remarked, “At Goldi Solar, Diwali is more than a celebration—a commitment to collaborative growth and community support. This year, we aim to make the festival of lights extra special by sharing the agricultural bounty of Dang community farmers with our employees and customers. Through this initiative, we strive to raise awareness about the abundant produce of the Dang region. Our actions reflect our values, and we remain dedicated to uplifting the community we serve, fostering inclusivity, sustainability, and a brighter future for all.”