In a special gesture the children at Sparsh, an NGO promoted by Marvel Group comprising of Mother’s Pride, Presidium run by Sudha Gupta, Adiva and The Knowledge Tree celebrated the bond of friendship and shared a message on peace and love with the Pakistan High Commissioner recently. At the event there was an amalgamation of programme by Shakti Girls and a fusion gidda performance was held.
The children also performed a play on the theme ‘United we Stand, Divided we fall.’ There was a scintillating performance on a song depicting friendship between the people of India and Pakistan. The students from Presidium School on the theme ‘Itihaas’ and also performed on a song of peace and harmony. The exuberant performance by children was followed by a grand finale performance on the John Lenon-Peace song. It was a joyous and happy moment for everyone present there and the spirit of brotherhood filled every corner. M.P. Singh, President Sparsh – Highlighted the vision of the N.G.O.
Sudha Gupta, Chairperson of Presidium and Mother’s Pride appreciated the children for coming together to celebrate the festival. Abdul Basit, Pakistan High Commissioner expressed that he was elated to be a part of the event and in his one and a half year tenure it was the best event that he had seen so far. He enjoyed interacting with the students and appreciated the good work being done by Sparsh. Sapna Sukul, Director, Sparsh expressed the gratitude to everyone at the function.
Sparsh came into existence in 1996. Dedicated to the welfare of all sections of the society-women, children, elderly and especially the physically and mentally challenged, the NGO’s aim is to empower the children having special needs.