Monday, May 19, 2014

A Star-studded evening to unveil 2nd edition of coffee table book

A perfect hi powered evening was hosted by Rashi Anand, founder LAKSHYAM NGO.The eve was to  celebrate the unveiling of second edition of coffee table book "Delhi Primes: Men serving Mankind". DELHI PRIMES is a compilation of 35 powerful men from Delhi , giving back to society & coming forward to support the cause of Lakshyam.The event took place at Hyatt Regency, Delhi. Some of the guests present at the event were Actor Unnat Dutt, Entrepreneur Bharat Sahni, Dr. Lalit Bhasin,  MS Bitta, Chairman of All India Anti terrorist front ,NGO Activist Anshu Gupta, Entrepreneur Pawan Jain,Photographer Raghu Rai, Entrepreneur Tushar Kumar, Life & Business Coach Ramon Llamba to name a few.

The occasion was a charity fashion show to raise funds to support LAKSHYAM’Sendeavour to uplift the standard of not so privileged kids in Delhi. The coffee table book comprises of some prominent celebrities like Sandeep Jajodia, Jatin Das, Bharat Sahani, Kapil Dev, Dr Naresh Trehan, Shivendra Singh, Rohit Bal, Varun Jain, Keshav Suri, Lalit Bhasin, Vikram Baidyanath , Shiv Jatia, Pt. Birju Mahraj, Ravish Kapoor to name a few.
LAKSHYAM is an organization established for the welfare of mankind and since its inception, has been engaged in a number of social welfare activities. Lakshyam engages in areas like child’s welfare, education, health, empowerment (Women in particular) and promoting practical, effective and innovative solutions to improve lives of underprivileged communities.

Over the years, Lakshyam has expanded its scope of activities and enhanced its efforts towards such improvement by initiating various camps, workshops and programs like “SAKSHAM” child welfare program and “LAKSHYAM TOY LIBRARY” with need based approach. We had put in a lot of effort towards empowering women through life skills courses with emphasis on building self – confidence. To sum up, Lakshyam is committed to the pursuit of effective solutions to enhance the lives of underprivileged children and women of society and to work as credible, honest, transparent and accountable organization.

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