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March 6, 2023

Chandigarh Welfare Trust celebrates Holi.

Holi, Chandigarh

CHANDIGARH, India, March 6, 2023 — Holi symbolizes harmony, brotherhood, and unity and is celebrated with great enthusiasm across the country, especially by the people of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The City of Chandigarh has a significant population belonging to the Purvanchal region. With a mission to make the residents of Chandigarh, who have migrated from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, feel like in a home away from their home, Chandigarh Welfare Trust and Purvanchal Welfare Association Chandigarh organized a Holi Milan Samaroh.

The event’s chief guest was Kaushal Kishore, Union Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India. Satnam Singh Sandhu, Founder Chandigarh Welfare Trust and Chancellor Chandigarh University; Arun Sood, BJP President Chandigarh; Prof. Himani Sood, Senior Vice President Chandigarh University; and Satyadev Pandey, Secretary Purvanchal Welfare Association, were also present. MD Desi Rockstar, Haryanvi Actor and Singer; Nisha Pandey, Bhojpuri Singer; and Neha Yadav, Bhojpuri Singer, set the celebration mood right with their remarkable performances of Bhojpuri songs. About 5000 people attended the Samaroh.

The Secretary of the Purvanchal Welfare Association, Satyadev Pandey, said, “Holi is the most important festival of Purvanchal, which not only adds colors of joy but also celebrates the new crop of the new year. Purvanchal Welfare Association celebrates this festival every year with great enthusiasm, especially for the people of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar living in Chandigarh. The theme of this year’s Holi Milan Samorah was to promote a chemical-free celebration with flowers and organic colors.”

Addressing the Holi Milan Samaroh, Chandigarh University Chancellor Satnam Singh Sandhu said, “Chandigarh Welfare Trust works seamlessly for the welfare of the residents of Chandigarh, and Holi Milan Samaroh is yet another such effort by the Trust for the people from Purvanchal who have contributed significantly to the progress of City Beautiful. Since Holi symbolizes unity, love, happiness, and victory over evil, let us celebrate it in bright and attractive colors to express our happiness and love towards each other.”

In their colorful outfits, people from Purvanchal danced their hearts out on traditional Bhojpuri beats. The gathering at the Samaroh grooved to songs sung by Haryanvi Singer MD Desi Rockstar and Bhojpuri singers Nisha Pandey and Neha Yadav.

Chandigarh Welfare Trust is a Not for Profit organization working under the aegis of Chandigarh University, a NAAC A+ Grade autonomous educational institution.

Source: Chandigarh University

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