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This Diwali, let’s light up our homes with the beautiful repurposed lighting items

Festive season is here & we can’t control our urge to shop. But this time, let’s make few right decisions while we buy lighting items to decorate our home, office and other spaces.

Sachetan (a voluntary organisation which provides positive opportunities for action to the deprived and people-in-need especially adolescent girls, children and youth) is ready to organise their 2nd exhibition in the series ‘कचरा जगमगाते हम’. 

It’ll be a two day exhibition on 14th & 15th Oct, 2017 at Ran Basera near Godhe wale baba circle, Kota. Exhibition will open at 4 PM on both the days. There will be parallel workshops on Diya Colouring & Drawing on paper lamps during the exhibition in which you can participate.

Beautiful handcrafted lamps, shades, garden lights & other lighting items will be displayed by the organisation for appreciation & sale.

Handcrafted Lamp
String Lights
Paper Lamps
Garden Lights

All these items are created out of scrap by the volunteers of Sachetan. From school going children to retired senior citizens, people from different backgrounds decided to volunteer & have been working for past 2 months.

Even though these decorative items are created out of scrap, they don’t look cheap or inferior in any way, instead you’d find them to be creative and antique art pieces.

Sachetan  will utilise the earnings from exhibition in organising skill development and educational programs for children, specially adolescent girls from disadvantaged groups of the society.

So this Diwali, let’s take one more step towards protecting environment by buying decorative items which are crafted through waste.


Doing the right thing always gives pleasure. See you on 14th or 15th at Ren Basera Park!

To know more about Sachetan, go to their website – click here

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Aarav View All

Hi! I am an Entrepreneur & Digital Marketer and also the founder of Kota City Blog.

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