“Creative Connection Charitable Trust”- a non-profit organization dedicated to help people in vulnerable situations hosted their annual “Saraswati Puja” with a social cause
Celebration of Wisdom, Culture, Education & Prosperity “Saraswati Puja” spearheaded by Shomu Mitra- Founder Member is organized 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 has 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 had performances from renowned singers like– Raja Hassan, Jaan Kumar Sanu- Son of Kumar Sanu, Keka Ghoshal, Swagata, Debojit Saha, Swati, Jaan Kumar, Pinki, Keshav, Avijeet Roy, Somen Kutty and many more who added to the merriment of the celebration.
The event will see the presence of Health Minister Faggan Singh Kulaste, Surendra Pal, Champak Jain, Madhushree, Sumedha, Sunil Pal, Aneel Murarka, Yogesh Lakhani, Siddharth Nigam, Saurabh Chokraborty, Debu, Raja Hassan and many more.
Creative Connection Charitable Trust is looking forward to help 200 orphans, Nepal victims & moreover 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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