Aligarh: All Ladies League, Aligarh Chapter, in association with India Talent Treasure Trust and Dr. Zakir Hussain Foundation rejoiced the spirit of sisterhood by celebrating Shakti Bandhan, on the occasion of International Sisterhood day.
Shakti Bandhan is an event celebrated across the globe to strengthen the bond of togetherness between soul sisters by ALL. The 3rd annual celebration was hosted in Lemon Tree Hotel and was graced by eminent personalities, Ms. Smita Singh – District Minority Welfare Officer, Aligarh, Ms. Vinita Bhatia – National President WICCI (Media & Communications), Prof. Ayesha Farooq – Dept. Of Business Administration, AMU, Dr. Shariq Aqeel – CMO, AMU Health Services, Dr. Sharadha Rathi (Asst. Professor, Dr. Z.A. Dental College), Dr. Neeta (Associate Professor, S.V. College, Aligarh), Irfan Raham Ali – MD, Al Madaar Herbs, Mr. Nadeem Raja – President, Dr. Zakir Hussain Foundation, and Haasan Zaidi – Managing Trustee India Talent Treasure Trust.
The event celebrated the spirit of sisterhood with a panel discussion on “Do women know themselves” which was moderated by Dr. Neeta. The panelists spoke on the importance of women knowing themselves and therefore their worth in the community. Ms. Vinita Bhatia emphasized the importance of self-awareness and self-love. Dr. Tariq and Dr. Ayesha also shared their views on making life better through self-actualization.
A keynote was delivered on Emotional Intelligence and Getting to know oneself by Chairperson of ALL Aligarh Ms. Shahwar Shohrat and was well received. The ladies tied a band of friendship ‘Shakti Bandhan’ to each other to forge a bond of togetherness and bringing the event, successfully MCed by Ms. Sajida Nadeem – the vice-chairperson of ALL Aligarh,
The event also honored the COVID-19 Heros, The Soul Savior Awards, which was given to Sana Qamar, Bhavna Khan, Anupam Gupta, Devanshu Agarwal, Pranchal Agarwal, Tariq Khan, Sajida Nadeem, Talat Javed, Sofia Javed, Rubina Ali, Adeeb Ayjaz, Albiya Fatima, and Kalpana Singh for their compassionate support during the pandemic.