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Vadodara based social worker Nishita Rajput celebrate Diwali with poor girls

Diwali is the festival of happiness and spread smiles all around. In order to give such moments to cherish Vadodara based social worker Nishita Rajput this year too organise a Diwali celebration for the medium and poor girls. She distributed clothes of their choice and extend her wishes to them and their parents. For the […]

Vadodara based social worker Nishita Rajput celebrate Diwali with poor girls
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Diwali is the festival of happiness and spread smiles all around. In order to give such moments to cherish Vadodara based social worker Nishita Rajput this year too organise a Diwali celebration for the medium and poor girls. She distributed clothes of their choice and extend her wishes to them and their parents.

For the last many years Nishita funded the education of girls and also celebrate festivals with them. In continuation to that she organise a diwali celebration programme for 500 girls on Sunday. She distributed clothes of their choice and extend her wishes in such difficult time when the whole world is fighting with deadly Coronavirus.

Following Covid guidelines she distributed clothes to the girls and tries to make their day memorable during festive season.

Nishita said the aim is to spread happiness among all girls and pamper them just like their parents do during festivities. This year amidst Corona the economic condition of families suffered a lot and they somehow hesitate to purchase during Diwali. So she help them the girls to purchase new dresses of their choice and celebrate the festival of lights with happiness.

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