New Delhi: In 2020, the pandemic hit all of us and since then most of us are stuck at home. The situation outside was very horrifying. Things became normal after a few months, work came back on track, people started going outside, it seemed like everything will be normal but then suddenly, the second wave of coronavirus hit all of us.
The situation became grave day-by-day. Everyone was afraid. Even now the impact of the second wave of Covid is not fully over. With the second wave, Delhi was left with many families devastated. Grief and bereavement were seen in every second house.
It was then that ‘Puri sisters’ named Priyanka and Priyamvda started online sessions on hope and happiness. They share healing stories. Both sisters used all their accumulated knowledge and skill to provide emotional relief to the bereaved families.
Puri Sisters have been conducting workshops on varied subjects and skills since 2005 at many esteemed Institutions including schools, management colleges, hospitals, universities, and old age homes. These interactive sessions were conducted physically on campus under the ‘student’ and ‘train the trainer’ umbrella.
In 2020, when everyone experienced the lockdown for the first time, the world changed. Education took a giant leap and evolved globally. Both the sisters decided that if they ‘cannot control the winds, they must adjust their sails’.
Priyanka took up professional storytelling coaching while Priyamvda gathered certifications in Mindfulness and Happiness at global forums. With the second wave of Covid snatching people’s lives in Delhi, they used all their accumulated knowledge and skill to provide emotional relief to the bereaved families.
Priyanka lovingly shares stories on hope and courage. She believes that these stories plant seeds of healing. However, Priyamvda beautifully shares tools of cultivating happiness with those who need it most at this stormy moment among adults and children.
The Puri Sisters are conducting workshops and programs with a mission to impact globally and reach out to the community. Both sisters look forward to delivering more and more such sessions at forums that can connect people, weave them with happiness and mindfulness. Any opportunity that is progressive is welcomed by this duo.
Priyamvda said, “We cannot reduce their pain, nor can we undo the loss but we can surely help each other, understand, accept, muster courage and embrace life as it unfolds. If you see darkness all around, then may be you are the light.”