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“Creative Connection Charitable Trust”- a non-profit organisation dedicated to help people in vulnerable situations hosted their annual “Saraswati Puja” with a social cause.
Art, Freedom and Creativity will change society faster than politics. “Armed with the zeal to give it back to the society, “Creative connection charitable trust” began its journey in 2016, with just a few creative people and the same year, they also decided to organize SARASWATI PUJA, invoking the blessings of the goddess of learning and creativity. Since then, the Trust has received good wishes and support of the people apart from its patrons from the film, television and music fraternity. Creative connection aims to involve collectively for the highest good of the Association and the greatest benefit of the society at large. Donation to Orphanage, Aid to the poor and Rehabilitation of the sick, disabled and distressed people are just a few of the philanthropic work that the trust is involved in. Encouraged by the love and cooperation of its patrons, this year the trust celebrated the SARASWATI PUJA on a grander scale along with the A SOCIAL AWARENESS ACTIVITY
Celebration of Wisdom, Culture, Education & Prosperity “Saraswati Puja” spearheaded by Shomu Mitra- Founder Member is organised every year by the members of “Creative Connection Charitable Trust “The celebration is a symbol of purity and peace” says Shomu Mitra- Founder Member of “Creative Connection Charitable Trust” further adding “Like every year, this year too Creative Connection Charitable Trust organised Saraswati Puja. Saraswati Puja is celebrated to pay obeisance to Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and learning”
The place where Saraswati was seated was decorated with fresh flowers and rangoli and the design of a fish is considered auspicious. This celebration is not all about worshiping the goddess of knowledge but it also signifies toward the arrival of spring season. The evening will have performances from renowned singers who will add to the merriment of the celebration.
Creative Connection Charitable Trust is looking forward to help orphans, they are stepping ahead to help poor children by arranging their basic requirements & academic grooming. Also the trust is trying to promote talent through this platform “Creative Connection’s underscores the fact that helping is not simply a matter of dispersing money but of making a deep, long-term commitment and casting a hard eye on results. Charity is just not writing cheques & not being engaged but Philanthropy is being engaged, not only with your resources but getting people & yourself really involved & doing things that haven’t been done before” says Shomu Mitra
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