‘Vageeshwari’, magazine of Vanita Samaj released on Intl Women’s Day

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 09 Mar 2017 10:39:37

Staff Reporter,


Mar 8,

‘Vageeshwari’, magazine of Vanita Samaj Durg was released in the programme of International Women’s Day jointly organised with Maharashtra Mandal. Chief Guest was international fame Marathi poetess Swati Surangalikar. Keynote Speaker was Varda Joshi, President, Maharashtra Mandal Bhilai. The guests lit the lamp amidst rendition of Sharada Stawan.

Madhavi Bakshi and group sang a song dedicated to Nari Shakti. To commemorate over six decade long social service by Vanita Samaj 65 women performed Arati of Shri Sharada Devi.

Motivator of Vageeshwari Sou. Shobha Nashikkar said some women inspite of good writing do not get published in newspapers/magazines. Some women hesitate to express themselves. It was envisaged to bring out a magazine of Vanita Samaj to give opportunity to such women. The dream has been realised.

Editor of Vageeshwari Shilpa Tope briefed about Samaj’s over six decade long social service especially growth of Rani Laxmi Higher Secondary School. President Sou. Mangla Tapas congratulated Cultural Executive for publication of Vageeshwari. Secretary Ratnaprabha Patankar said multifaceted founder Sindhu Tai Patankar provided many Sindhu Tai to the society. Presently members of Vanita Samaj have established themselves successfully in various professional and entrepreneurial ventures. Varda Joshi said education and earning capacity are not true norms of capability of women. They should recognise womanhood, honour nature given excellence and exhibit self confidence. Women are not follower but companion of male counterpart. Surangalikar spell bound the audience by her poetic drama. Vidya Bokare compeered the programme and Vishakha Salodkar proposed vote of thanks. Programme concluded with rendition of ‘Pasaidaan’ Avinash Koranne, President Maharashtra Mandal Durg, Dr Ajay Goverdhan, Yateesh Palekar, Vibha Kirolikar, Sameeksha Koranne, Vidya Ksheersagar, Sheela and members contributed to success of the programme.