Brahma Kumaris organise three-day Diwali fest
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To celebrate Diwali, the Brahma Kumaris of Global Peace House, Sector 15- A, Chandigarh are organizing a three-day long "Divine Diwali Fest" from 9 am to 9 pm, at House No 278, Sector 15-A.
The three-day fete was formally inaugurated on November 9 by prominent personalities from various fields.
The event started with various displays included a special life journey train, youth empowerment and drug de-addiction stall, talk on current problems of youth and their solutions, value added games for children and a stall displaying the hidden significance of Diwali.
People also got a chance to experience inner peace and silence while meditating in the Meditation Hut. A free health consultancy stall had also been set up where people got a chance to approach allopathic, homeopathic and Ayurveda doctors and also avail of free medicines and counseling for their problems.
Around 300 students from Sector 15 periphery schools got a chance to exhibit their hidden talents and potentials through card-designing, and a rangoli competition for the school students was also organized.
A special magical show will be held as a part of public function on the 11th of November at 5.30 pm.
The event will conclude with a public function for Diwali celebrations on November 11. The fair will be open to the general public from 9 am to 9 pm till November 11. Entry to the fair is free of cost.
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