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Light a Smile, in association with The Telegraph, was all about spreading love and warmth

Glimpses from the event

Pratiti Dhang (t2 Intern)   |   Published 19.01.23, 11:29 AM

Round Table India and Nuvama Private organised Light a Smile  in association with t2 to bring joy to over 4,000 less privileged children from 40 different NGOs across the city and its outskirts, on January 14, at St. Paul’s Cathedral Church grounds.The kids were entertained with the number of game stalls, live performances and gifts at the eighth edition of eastern India’s largest carnival for less-privileged kids. DJ Akash Rohira, Shyane Hyrapiet, Mayank Saraswat, Prashant Gurung and Samiran Das, Amit Shaw and Dorothy Majumdar Shaw were some of the performers that kept the children high with energy and enthusiasm throughout the day.The church ground was decorated with vibrant balloons, ribbons and kites, setting up a joyful ambience for the young ones.

Pictures: B. Halder



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