Event with elegance: women gala in Islamabad started

Event with elegance: women gala in Islamabad started

Two-day Islamabad women gala has started in a beautiful way, it is the fourth women gala of its kind having more than 150 handmade stalls of women products. The handmade beautiful products will be all set on stalls on sale.

The gala is titled as “Bahar Rung”, begun in F9 Park. The main aim of this gala is to promote women workers who are earning by handmade products. Artists from all around the country participate in this gala.

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Stalls in Gala

The women entrepreneurs participating in gala are experts in many fields of work including Fashion products, interior decorations, furniture, art, paintings, garments and jewelry. Some of the stalls in gala are also arranged for young kids to appreciate the spirit of entrepreneurship and to engage them in healthy activities from such a young age.

There are many other activities in the show also including traditional puppet show. The main thing in this traditional puppet show is that it is representing different social issues to create awareness in minds. A special food court is also set up to provide traditional cultural food in variety for the visitors.

The leader of Let’s Grow Together community Ambreen Haider told media that this gala is arranged to appreciate women worker and entrepreneurs. We are having imported products here also to change the working environment for women of Pakistan.

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Let’s grow together is dedicated community platform which help women by creating economic opportunities for them. This platform work with homemade arts, handicrafts, and handmade art. It helps women at many stages from starting a personal business setup to making it worldwide.

Ambreen Haider while talking to media said that such events are very useful to empower children, women and improve healthy communities for people. Here anyone can share their ideas, work, art and their business stories.

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