Durga Puja

DCOSWS arranged a cultural programme on the occasion of Durga-Pooja 2004.

Divyajyoti Cultural Organization has been relentlessly engaged in multifarious activities, which aim at regeneration and enrichment of cultural traditions and renewing it with modern focus.

Shri Romesh Sabharwal, Chairman, ITDC and a social activist has inaugurated the programme on the Mental Health /day 2003 and emphasized that involvement in cultural activities and to keep busy with creative performance is the best medicine for the mental health.

Dr. A.K. Varshaney a noted physician and the consultant physician to the Prime Minister gave and outline for the upkeep of the mental Health of the younger generation. On behalf of the Divya Jyoti Cultural Organisation, Smt. Chandralekha Sengupta welcomed the guests and gave an outline on the function. She mentioned that Divya Jyoti Cultural Organisation, in order to broaden their peripohery of work and to create a national network has joined SEVAC, a Kolkata based NGO to celebrate the Mental Health Day every year.

It is evident that the wave of globalisation has directly effected to the children & adolescents and a rapid change has been seen in their secular, social and cultural values. This problems is not only a cause of concern in the country the Mental Health Problem of them is now a growing problem in the world scenarios. DCOSWS is concern on the degeneration of the age-old values of Indian Culture Heritage and the ethics of the society.

To Mark the occasion a beautiful cultural mosaic of Dance and music was presented by the young children and the participants are M. Minakshi, Sonali Sharma, Madhumita Sen, Nupur Roy and Sovanavrata Sarkar.

Programme Compered by:- Sri Debatosh Sengupta