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The biggest carnival of the 9th edition of “TAARE ZAMEEN PAR”

Kolkata, 26th November 2022: The biggest carnival of the 9th edition of “TAARE ZAMEEN PAR” was back along with competition for budding artists in the city hosted by Round Table 12 from Kolkata and initiated by Kolkata Victorian Round Table 227, a part of ROUND TABLE INDIA, held at The Heritage School Ground on November 26th, 2022. The event was comprise of a sit & draws competition followed by group art & craft work, face painting & tattoo making, music and games, activity time followed by prize distribution & lunch.

More than 3000 children, 300 teachers had participated from 20 schools such as Chapdani School, Bhadreshwar School & NGOs such as Manovikas Kendra, Gandhi Vidyalaya, Bustee Welfare Society across West Bengal.
Talking about the initiative, Vinod Jain, Chairman, Kolkata Victorian Round Table 227 said, “This is a great way to inspire children’s creativity and develop their passion filled skills. We have always nurtured young talent and tried to provide a platform to such blooming minds. The upcoming Sit and Draw Art Competition is one such medium for the not so fortunate kids to gain an opportunity to express and showcase their art.”

The competition was based on the theme of ‘The day, stars come out to paint & play’.Some leading corporate from the city along with Tollywood stars social workers, artists & painters, heads of NGOs and members of Round Table India were also present to enlighten the event. Apart from Art festival for these kids, Kolkata Victorian had planned a few more entertainment programs for that day. There was kid’s carnival for those kids so that they could enjoy and cherish the day.

About Round Table India
Round Table India is a Fellowship organisation which is involved in social service. Their Motto is Freedom Through Education, which provides them a platform to be recognised in building schools for the children at places where it is most required. They have spent around Rs.125 crores in various school projects all over India in the last eight years and have built more than 5000 classrooms.

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