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Unmish organises 7th edition of Poornam 2022

Unmish organises 7th edition of Poornam 2022

| @indiablooms | 16 Jul 2022, 08:21 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: Kolkata-based non-profit organisation Unmish organised the seventh edition of Poornam 2022 last month.

Pooram 2022 'Ek Muskaan ke Liye,’  the 7th edition of the event, was curated to provide a day for specially-abled children and adults to explore, empower, and enjoy themselves through a variety of activities such as culinary workshops in collaboration with IIHM, textile workshops conducted by designer Ajay Kumar, sports, games, cultural events such as music and dance performances, art exhibitions, showcasing paintings made by children at Unmish.

The occasion showcased an art and product exhibition created by UDAAN - UNMISH's Vocational Unit.

Actor-producer Rituparna Sengupta, Rupkatha Sarkar Principal of La Martiniere for Girls; Priyadarshini Hakim, Mayor’s Daughter; Subhrajit Mitra, Indian Film Director;  Pandit Tanmoy Bose,  India Percussionist and Tabla Player; Bickram Ghosh, Indian Classical Table Player and Music Composer; Dr. Sudha Kaul, Indian Social Worker and Vice Chairperson of the Indian Institute of Cerebral Palsy; Alokananda Roy and  Consul Generals of America, Japan, Australia, Fabrice Plancon and other notables were present at the occasion to cheer the youngsters.

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