Greater Noida: The festival of light is incomplete without gatherings, food and shopping. In the run-up to the festival, many societies in Noida organized Diwali Mela. On October 30th the ‘Deepawali Milan’ celebration was organized at Golf Link-1 Colony, Greater Noida. Such events spread festive cheer in the society and bring positivity to the community. After a long time, festival celebrations have returned in their physical form.
The function was started by lighting the lamp by RWA President Dharmendra Kataria. It was organized by the members of the Cultural Committee of RWA. Members of RWA's Information Technology cell Deepak Chaudhary, Akash, Kavaldeep, made people aware of the security systems in the society.
Many colourful programs were organized in the ceremony, for which the stage was arranged by the resident, Satish Tiwari, and his wife Ajita Tiwari. The residents of the colony enthusiastically participated in the ceremony. A short play “Unseen Corner” was staged by Arjun Kataria, a student of Hindu College, Delhi University, and fellow resident of the colony. It was highly appreciated by the audience. The Ghoomar dance performed by the women was also the centre of attraction. Singing performances in the event were also worth praise.
Thereafter, prizes were distributed to all the contestants by RWA Vice President CS Natarajan and Joint Secretary Lokendra Singh Talan. Residents enjoyed the delicious dishes prepared by resident Gokulam. Towards the end, the program concluded with KPS Tevatia, General Secretary of RWA, and Tewari, a senior member addressing the gathering.