Myself Simran Girdhar,a homemaker.I was born and brought up in a small town called Palwal.I’m 46 yrs old having a belief Observe -Imagine – Create.Let your imagination fly,don’t restrict it. I’m graduated in Commerce with a Computer Course aside. As I mentioned I believe in Observe – Imagine – Create, I see a lot of problems of our society and do things to change the world a little bit by my small contribution.I started a free bus seva five years back named “Khushiyon ki Sawaari” for needy and old aged people to make them visit to a holy place once in a month. I’m a social worker.
My professional journey and passion both are same.I became the member of Innerwheel Midtown Club five years back to contribute towards those who actually need help.Currently working with Divya Special School where we can help mentally retarded children.Recently some of my friends and I’m sponsoring the education of some children of Hali Apna School where they provide education to labour class children.Me also a proud member of Nari Kalyan Samiti in which we work for every part to uplift the needy people.
India, indeed is a land of several festivals. All throughout the year, we Indians celebrate and welcome diverse festivals with warmth and in our own subtle ways, regardless of religious beliefs, backgrounds, cultures, and other caste-related specifics. And one of the most celebrated festivals of India is Diwali or Deepawali – the auspicious and most magnifique festival of lights!. Diwali has immense symbolic and cultural importance as it is observed by over a billion people to celebrate the eradication of evil and triumph of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance.
Diwali is important because this day marked Lord Rama’s victory over the demon Ravana mentioned in the epic, Ramayana. India is a diverse country but Diwali binds different cultures together people celebrate this festival of lights with the utmost religious adherence and it most revered festival deeply entrenched in Hindu culture it also holds great importance in other religions like Sikhism and Jainism.
People clean homes to ward away any evil energies from their homes.People pray to Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesh on this day,light diyas,burn crackers and meet each other with warmth,love and enthusiasm.
We all are beautiful souls on a journey called life.If you are capable to enlighten the lives of others then do pay your contribution towards them.Believe me your small contribution will make you more happier than you ever think.If you can’t help them with money send them your blessings.Universe’ll work out in it’s own way.
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