Sanskruti Ladies Club's 27th Installation Ceremony
The 27th Installation ceremony of the Sanskruti Club was held on 10th June 2013, at Anjuman, Taj Banjara. The Guest of Honour for the Program Was Ms. Laxmi Devi Raj She is a 'Revivalist' of' Kalamkari' and `Venkatgirr, A true Hyderabadi, a woman of nostalgia, a theatre person, and a connoisseur of arts. She'd contributed her time and effort in the restoration of Chowmahallah palace too !
Mrs. Laxmi Devi Raj took us down memory lanes of old beautiful Hyderabad and made us everyone proud of being a Hyderabadi's.
The new team of Sanskruti 2013 — 1204
Ms. Kavita Bhatia ( advisor ) Ms. Simran Chhabra ( President ) Ms. Sheila Naidu ( IPP ) Ms. Sumita Srimal ( V.P ) Ms. Vandana Shete ( Secretary ) Ms. Namrata Bolaki ( Treasurer ) Ms. An jani Shah ( Joint Secretary ) Ms. Triveni Shah ( Co-opted Member ) Ms. Bijal Shah ( Co-opted Member )
The best slogan on "why I love being a Hyderabadi was awarded the Lady Sanskruti' prize.
If Guest from various Ladies club were also present. It was attended by 100 members & was followed by High Tea.
It was a noon day conversation between Ms. Kumud Dharia and Ms. Renu Jivan that ended in a determined thought. A thought, which could not have been embodied without Ms. Lata Bhatia and Ms. Saroj Rohit. The embodiment that could have been enhanced without Ms. Leelarn Kapadia, Ms. Veen Desai and Ms. Kokila Kadakia.
Consequently, the founder committee of Sanskruti was formed on 1st September, 1987.
The intentions behind the formation of Sanskruti were to encourage fellowship among like-minded women, to promote Indian Art and Culture and also provide help to students by way of scholarships in any faculty or branch of knowledge and Fine Arts.
Sanskruti's success over the years may be attributed to the unaccountable efforts of worthy past Presidents. They augmented the progress of Sanskruti year after year. As a result Sanskruti as a ladies organization is as an epitome of success today.
We have, more recently, started a school for the differently abled children Sanskruti Shikbar Sanchalit Amrit — Varsha Kapadia School — at Begumpet Secunderabad. This project is aimed at helping these children Beconn more self reliant in their day to day activities and also reach out to the parents to help them cope with their child's disabilities. The school now functions efficiently with 72 students on its roll.
Students are trained in music, dance, sport and fine arts. Besides, special education, personality development, behaviour pattern and vocational training form an integral part of education, with the help of a team of specialized trained teachers and member volunteers.