To celebrate the power of womanhood and to recognise the contribution of women in building society and the nation, Cloudnine Hospital honoured womanhood by felicitating women at Arihant Harmony, Indirapuram.
In the event titled 'I am Superwoman' organised by Cloudnine Hospital and CitySpidey, 11 women from Arihant Harmony, Indirapuram were honoured.
Eleven women working as entrepreneurs, writers, advocates, bankers and so on were honoured. Gynaecologist, Dr Sushma Dikhit from Cloudnine Hospital presented the women with certificates and mementoes.
Dr Sushma Dikhit says, "Cloudnine has been awarded as the number one wellness hospital, which solely provides exclusive services for women and children. Today, I feel proud to facilitate such powerful and positive women."
An interactive session with Dr Sushma Dixit was also organised, during which she cleared health-related doubts of women. Along with that, a drawing competition was organised for children.
At the event, Priyanshi Saxena a superwoman and a proud mother of a one and half-year-old presented a poem on motherhood named 'Maa Kehti Thi'.
Shinam Jain was awarded the superwoman award for her excellence in art and crafts. She is a teacher and takes care of kids at her daycare centre. Several other women were also presented with awards.
Poonam Thakkar is a successful entrepreneur and a superwoman, who excels in managing events for the last 10 years. Jyotsana bagged the award for being a superwoman, as she manages her duties as a teacher and mother. Shilpa Jha, a banker and a mother was also named a superwoman. Sheela Rastogi was awarded the superwoman award for performing her duties well and making a good balance between home and career. She is an assistant professor in a college and she loves music.
Dr Richa Sharma bagged the award for being the superwoman, as she is enjoying quality time with her very young daughter, and taking her good care, she is also working in Ram Manohar Lohiya Hospital, New Delhi for 2 years. She says, “Family is the backbone, and career is the fuel,
both needs to be taken care of simultaneously else you will not be able to make a balance.”
Priyanshu Saxena, a Writer who was awarded as a superwoman says, “writing is my passion, and I can't sleep without creating a post on my webpage ‘Mera Panna' every day. This is my way of empowering women of my community. ” She is also a YouTuber and also a storyteller.