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Hamro Swabhiman evokes spirit of brotherhood with Hartalika Teej celebration

Aug 31, 2022
Hamro Swabhiman evokes spirit of brotherhood with Hartalika Teej celebration

New Delhi, Aug 30th 2022: To cherish the essence of unity amidst diversity, Hamro Swabhiman Trust – a social wing of Patanjali Yogpeeth, celebrated Hartalika Teej on 30 August 2022 at the Siri Fort Auditorium of New Delhi. Hartalika Teej is a pious festival observed mostly by women and girls and is a special occasion for the people of north India and Nepal. Hamro Swabhiman Trust organized an event on this occasion to celebrate the auspicious day in the presence of Indian and Nepalese citizens; thereby, glorifying the spirit of brotherhood. The talented budding dancers of Mj Ash dance studio also add stars to the event by their graceful and amazing dance performance.

The event was graced by the presence of Yog Guru Swami Ramdev and CEO of Patanjali Ayurved, Acharyashree Balkrishna, and dignitaries from Centre and states, the Ambassador of Nepal to India, and a host of Padma Shri awardees such as author Sanu Lama, writer & poet Kedar Nath Gurung, percussionist Kaajee Singh, and author Lil Bahadur Chhetri. The event was also attended by Sh. Shyam Thapa , the chairman of the All India federation  technical committee, Col Lalit Rai, social activist Indira Ranamagar, entrepreneurs Vishnu Prasad Sharma, social activist Anuradha Koirala, Member of Parliament Raju Bista, educationist Tarapati Upadhyaya, artist Mukesh Thapa, and singer and actor Muralidhar. These prestigious attendees were also honoured with Hamro Gaurav Award 2022.

Apart from the awardees, there were hundreds of Nepali-speaking people and guests from across communities including representatives from government and non-government organizations. Also, a host of writers, educationists, social reformers, singers, and artists of international fame from Nepal and India filled the celebrations with zeal and fervour in their captivating performances.

“Hamro Swabhiman strives to observe the dignity of Nepali/Gorkha people in India by commemorating their age-long contribution to the society and ensuring inculcation of traditions, education and health among the community. Our aim is to preserve and promote the culture and  tradition at the global level,” said CEO and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth Acharya Balkrishna.

An award ceremony, Gaurav Samman, was also held to honour legendary personalities who have made exemplary contributions to their respective fields. “The infusion of our unity, integrity, dignity, and divinity is our primary goal and this leads to the vision behind the establishment of the Hamro Swabhiman Trust. The enthusiasm and energy among the attendees showcased the spirit of unity and camaraderie amongst the people of various Indian communities,” said yoga guru Ramdev.