Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, On the 76th anniversary of Quit India Movement, Gandhi Bhawan Trust Bhopal organized Yuva Samvaad at Gandhi Bhawan. Event started with the all religion prayer by the children from Parvarish the Museum school followed by a session on and around Quit India Movement in Past and Present context.
The session was taken by a diverse panel comprised of young and experienced people which include Ms. UmangShridhar, founder KhaDigi, Ms. Anuradha Shankar, ADGP MP Police, Ms. SrishtiSargam, Naturopathy Student, Mr. Rakesh Kumar Paliwal, Principal Director Income Tax MP & CG, Mr. Rajeev Sharma, Secretary Urban Development, Mr. ShubhamChouhanTamot, Young Leader and Mr. L.S. Hardenia, Senior Journalist, the panel was chaired by Mr. Rakesh Deewan.
SrishtiSargam talked about the importance of Naturopathy and appeal young people to go back on roots and see nature as the tool for healing.
UmangShridhar talked about young entrepreneurs and said that every young person should keep Quit India in their Heart, also she said that Khadi will help India to end poverty. ShubhamTamot, inspired young people from his dynamic energy and talked about the Farmers and said India should quit all those things which harm the integrity of the nation.
Rajeev Verma and Rakesh Kumar Paliwal both being in administration is highly inspired by Gandhian Thoughts, Rajeev Sharma remembered Gandhi’s way of living life and showed his concern for today’s education system where engineering, medical, etc are just degrees but no knowledge is associated with it.
Rakesh Kumar Paliwalsaid to young people that one should move to villages for igniting change. L.S. Hardenia read some of the important text from Gandhi and Nehru. Anuradha Shankar congratulates young people for initiatives like Go RURBAN and also Gandhi Bhawan for organizing events to connect young people in series of events like Anniversary of Baa and then YuvaSamvaad.
Rakesh Deewan successfully chaired the discussion and linked all the conversation to bring the importance of Quit India movement and role of young people in making a better India on Gandhian values.
Secretary of Gandhi Bhawan, DayaramNamdev Ji welcomed all the participants and talked about Gandhi and Quit India Movement.
A drama on Quit India movement keeping Mahatma Gandhi in the centre was performed by artists from ANSH Happiness Society. The play was directed by Sahil Khan. The artists who performed were Kanchan Biswas, HimaShastri, Shubham Sharma, Sudha Pandey, NeeruDiwakar, Imtiyaz Khan, Vishal Pandey, AyanShastri, Gourvanik Singh, Raja, Hritik, Aayushi Jain and Mehek Jain.
Poetry performed by Sunny Kumar Bozo, Dance performance given byShivaniSahu on classical version of VandeMataram and OjasviVerma performed on a mix songs of Patriotism and Youth. Song performed by Krishna Shuka which include Bande MaiTha Dum, VaishnavJanto, Ae Mere PyareWatan.
Quiz was organized by BhaveshAhirwar who put some of the very important questions from Independence Movement, those who gave correct answer got prize. Tannison Mathew from TOC talked about being optimist and shared positive stories inspiring young people.
Event was hosted and managed by the young volunteers of ANSH Happiness Society. Rahul Shah and Diksha Singh anchored the complete event.Event concluded with the oath taken by all the participants.