PHOTO KATHA: ‘I Will Go Out’ celebrates womanhood in Dwarka
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PHOTO KATHA: ‘I Will Go Out’ celebrates womanhood in Dwarka

Dance, poetry, qawwali, rock music and much more marked the event held on January 21 as residents flocked to the venue to support the cause for women's safety.

PHOTO KATHA: ‘I Will Go Out’ celebrates womanhood in Dwarka

It was a night in Dwarka that celebrated womanhood as several civil society groups organised the ‘I Will Go Out’ event at Maxfort School on January 21. Residents from across Delhi flocked to the venue to show solidarity with the cause of women’s safety and condemn violence against women.

Dance performance, poetry, qawwali, rock music, stand-up comedy and rap songs were performed by artists from across Delhi. According to organisers, it was the first time so many diverse organisations had come together for a joint programme on a subject related to women.

Jagmati Sangwan, an eminent activist, and Swati Maliwal, chief of Delhi Commission for Women (DCW), were also present at the event. They addressed the gathering and praised the efforts of the residents in organising the event.

City Spidey brings you a few pictures from the event:


Artists perform on stage during the event on January 21


Women from several societies perform qawwali


Paintings by children put on display at the venue


Alka Sinha, an eminent poet and resident of Dwarka, recites a poem during the event


Swati Maliwal, DCW chief, shares her experiences of working for women's welfare in Delhi through DCW


Jagmati Sangwan addresses the crowd during the event


A girl performs Kathak dance at the event


The audience at the event watching the programme


Organisers of the event pose for a photo