Noida: It was no less than recreation of 'Taare Zameen Par' scene when around 300 children participated in a drawing and painting competition and art festival organised by Full House Bakery Cafe' and Park Balluchi Restaurant at Sector 77 along with Motherhood Hospital, Noida.
All the children were encouraged by giving them participation certificate and snack box by Full House Bakery. The sponsors and judges for the event gave all participants gifts and vouchers to avail learning programs.
This event was enriched by the presence of eminent artists of Noida from various fields.
Mridul Aggarwal, Raghunita Gupta, Sarita Puri, Mudita Singh, Samta Sharma, Tanvi Saraiya, Protima Sharma, Namratha Nagraj, Gaura Aggarwal, Neha Gupta, Anamika Gautam, Nikhil Verma, Anjali Agarwal, Priyamvda Puri, Adarsh Mishra, Ashish Jha, Manisha Dixit, Ritu Bhardwaj, Madhumita Suman were the talented personalities who encouraged the budding artists of Noida and NCR.
The esteemed sponsors for the event were Motherhood Hospital, Kaladhaam Academy, Affinity in Sector 74, Musicology and UMCC.
They did everything so that the children enjoy the Republic Day on bright morning.
Dr Ali Ahmad, Director Motherhood Hospital and SK Puri felicitated many children and artists.
Performances were done by children under guidance of Prerna Sharma, Geetika Sharma, Anamika and Kamiya from My Perch, NGO enhanced the event.
Another highlight was Parwarish with Shri Sushant Kalra sharing tips and answering queries regarding joyful parenting to the young parents while the kids participated in the competition.
Reeitu Balyan introduced her specialized workshops for parents and children on topics like exam stress and anxiety management to be shortly held at Park Balluchi hall.
The opening of Utsav@77, a Party Hall by Park Balluchi at Sector 77 was announced to the gathering. This hall shall encourage learning through organising workshops and seminars on art, craft, life skills and education. It shall provide good ambience for parties, gatherings and for corporate events.
On the occasion, Camlin and Pidilite sponsored the art material and prizes. The winners were announced and all entries were sent to the judges at zonal level.
It was a splendid way to celebrate Republic day and the free spirit of childhood.