Singers enthral audience at musical event

Our Correspondent

Doraha, July 20

The Dream and Beauty Charitable Trust organised a musical evening at Heavenly Palace, Doraha, with a lot of exuberance and fanfare today.

The function started with welcoming of the artiste of the evening, Ravi Nandan Sharma, and his team in the presence of trustees Amrit Bhambri, Anil Singhania, Rajesh Narula, advisor Vishwinder Mehta, general manager Hemant Joneja and deputy general manager Rajesh Khaneja.

The mood at Vibrations Auditorium was upbeat and residents were totally absorbed in the melodies songs. The team in the end walked down from the stage, singing songs among residents. This brought joy to the residents and guests.

Ravi Nandan Sharma and his team was honoured by the organisers. Ravi Nandan appreciated and applauded the efforts put by the Dream and Beauty Charitable Trust for the good cause of hunger alleviation, providing skills to people, women empowerment and taking care of senior citizens in their twilight years.

“This is one of the best services which anyone could render to a person who is physically dependent and emotionally starved. The senior citizens have ever been an integral part of our society and it is because of their healthy contribution to society that we are able to march forward and take their legacy ahead. If these people are overlooked, abandoned and not given their right due, we as a society fail to be one. So the Heavenly Palace is doing an extremely good service to the society by working for the cause of senior citizens and providing them physical, emotional and moral support at this stage,” the resource person said. The evening ended with ‘brahmbhog’.

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