Sunday, November 26, 2017

“Jashn-E-Bachpan”, A happy street where childhood blossoms

Pune, 21 November, 2017: Childhood is always special for  everyone. Innocent smiles on their face conquers the heart of mankind. Children are the real glitters of the world.

To build up the talented generation, this year Sunderji’s Institution in collaboration with  Mind Venture International organised a unique event, “Jashn E Bachpan“, held at Shankar seth road.

Special guests for the event were Shrinath Bhimale and Kavita Vairagi, both corporators in support of MLA Madhuri Misal and also “JashnEBachpan” was attended by the Tv celebrities ‘Tarun Nihalani and Shivani’ of Dance plus 3 Reality show.

JashnEbachpan“, a unique event gave  kids and their guardians an Unforgettable fun filled experience which they will remember forever with a smile. As part of the event, numerous activities were planned to keep young ones and their guardians occupied. Jashn e bachpan encompassed art, adventure, play fitness, creative expressions.

The Event was open for all children, and was packed with a wide range of activities such as Jawaharlal Nehru Art and Painting zone, Military Adventure Activities, Bachpan Gully Arena, Drum Circle, Live Music, and so many more activities happened and also food court with number of stalls had been arranged for all hungry tummies.

The main Idea behind “Jashn – E –Bachpan” was for parents, the kids and people of all ages to simply get out and take the street to sing, dance, bicycle, skate or play different games and celebrate happiness.

The heads of Sunderji’s Institutions – Ms Masarrat Tavawala and Mind Ventures International – Mr Lucky Surana said, “the whole purpose of this event is for parents to bond with their kids over activities in a safe environment and for all of us to come together as a community.”

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