Dazzling showcase of exceptional talents in Okhla
The spectacular Talent Hunt 2023, organised by Dr Tanveer Chaudhary at RWA Abul Fazal Enclave, Part-1, provided youngsters and children an opportunity to showcase their talent.
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Talent Hunt 2023 distinguished itself as a one-of-a-kind affair in the locality, captivating the participation of over 50 children who engaged in activities such as the spirited run for health, the delightful duck walk and frog jump events, and the engaging fun game, said Chaudhary.
In essence, Talent Hunt 2023 has become a magnet for talent, symbolising a convergence of passion, skill, and community support. It not only celebrates individual abilities but also embodies the spirit of collective encouragement and recognition within the community.
The stage came alive as numerous children showcased their talents with captivating performances.
Chaudhary, Delhi president of the Institute of Learning Mania, a dedicated NGO committed to the empowerment of girls through a decade-long journey of providing financial support and education to marginalised girls and women in Delhi and NCR, organised this event.
RWA president Mohd Asif, whose active involvement played a crucial role in ensuring the event’s success, was also present and interacted with participants.
The event was graced by presence of Chief Guest Dr Salim Khan, founder and chairman of the Little India Foundation, who shared inspiring words with the children and their parents.
Director of the Little India Foundation Harsinan provided motivational insights, encouraging the children to embrace and nurture their inherent talents.
Film Director Akhtar Ali Khan appreciated the remarkable skills displayed by the participating children.
A special moment of recognition came as activist Shama Khan distributed certificates to the deserving winners and runners-up, adding a touch of prestige to their achievements.
The Talent Hunt 2023 not only celebrated talent but also stood as a testament to the power of collective efforts in fostering a community which values and uplifts its youngest members, said the event organisers.