Women’s Day Event By Swaavlambika Foundation: India’s Prominent Women Achievers Were Honored

Swaavlambika Foundation brought together the diverse woman achievers of the nation on the occasion of International Women’s Day and has honored their great works in the event.

The Swaavlambika Samman held on 6th March at speaker hall, constitution club of India, Rafi Marg, by 4 pm to 7 pm, is dedicated to recognizing and appreciating the achievements of women in society and celebrating their valuable existence.

The eminent personalities have graced the occasion with their presence and enthusiastically participated in the ceremony.

Swaavlambika Foundation holds massive recognition nationwide through its various initiatives dedicated to women’s empowerment and making the nation a better place to live. Several events are being organized, aiming to empower women, build their confidence, and enable them to build recognition by their skills and hard work.

Mrs. Chavi Hemanth, the founder of Swaavlambika Foundation, is actively participating in improving women’s conditions in society and is constantly executing several practices in the areas of women empowerment, health, education, relief of poor, and aiding the physically challenged people nationwide.

Various women achievers working in varied sectors were honored. Here is our awardees’ list.

Rashmi Baluni is honored through the award of “best social worker” for her remarkable practices towards humanity.

Shehnaz Shehab Towheed is a renowned writer and owns a Delhi-based PR agency.

Richa Sharma is a well-known deputy head in the special education department at Shri Ram School.

Sangita Dhamija is the principal of the Delhi Public School in Gurugram. She is a dedicated educationist and has given several years to the industry.

Dr. Bani Yadav has been honored for her remarkable journey in Motorsports, winning rally titles in the women’s category and being the first woman to receive the FMSCI.

Ashisha Singh Rajput is a journalist at a renowned news portal named “Dainik Jagran.” She has the potential to throw light on the various issues nationwide. She is awarded in the women’s day event for her excellent works.

Rohini Vaishnavi has enthusiastically participated in the social welfare practices. She has been honored for her deeds aiming to make a difference in the world by supporting the weaker section of the country.
Sarika Mehta runs a famous Youtube channel named “healthyHo,” which educates people about early diagnosis and other health tips.

Prachi Nicholson is a dedicated edupreneur and has given 23 years to the education industry.

Dr. Kusum Lunia is an eminent author, social activist, philosopher, and educationist. She has played a considerable role in shaping the emotional, social, physical, and moral well-being of numerous students and people through her commendable work of non-violence in all these domains.

Reema Tyagi is a prominent social worker of Maharishi Dadhichi Manav Seva Sansthan, Registered Trust.

Babita Verma has been the operator of the United Services Organization for the last eight years and has actively participated in many social works such as women empowerment and helping patients during the Corona period.

Anju Ahirwar is a social activist and has been honored for her good deeds.

Ms. Vandana Kaul is an animal activist. She is feeding more than 400 stray animals like dogs, cats & cows. She also takes care of their treatments and devoted her entire life to this noble cause.

Ekta Nagpal is a social worker and runs a non-profit organization named, “जड़ों से जुड़ो” that aims to reconnect the people of our country with our rich past. The organization has been working to bring back the same dignity and love for our Indian culture.

Dr. Rajshree Darbari is a renowned author.

Guru Shiksha Sangathan has been honored for spreading awareness for quality education.

Some eminent personalities have also graced the Samman ceremony with their presence.

The chief guest, Dr. Janice Darbari, Honorary Consulate General of Montenegro, India

Special guest, Surinder Jeet Kaur (IPS), assistant commissioner of police, Delhi Police. And special executive magistrate southeast District.

Special guest, Dr. Priyanka Mishra (IPS), director at Indira Gandhi National Arts Centre, Ministry of culture.

Special guest, Sushila Madan Khorwal, political leader of congress & councilor. Ward-94 dev Nagar and social activist.

Guest, Deen Dayal Agarwal. Founder- CSR research foundation & former director at Bank Of Maharashtra.

Organizer, Chhavi Hemanth. Founder – Swaavlambika Foundation & EBS India INC, motivational speaker, business & brand advisor. Former head – retail, FMCG & YLF – FICCI, Former secretary-general – IDSA.

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