Sanjana Sanghi celebrates Women’s Day with sheroes of Princess Diya Kumari Foundation

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Sanjana Sanghi (in blue) with artisans from the Princess Diya Kumari Foundation. Photo: Universal Communications

Sanjana Sanghi’s Women’s Day is even more special this year as she has been invited as a motivational figure by Princess Diya Kumari and Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh of Jaipur, to spend the day with the ‘sheroes’ of the Princess Diya Kumari Foundation (PDKF).

Sanjana’s personal journey as a Gender and Child Rights Advocate and of finding the strength in being a self-made woman and her inspirations will enhance the outlook of the talented female artisans belonging to different parts of Rajasthan, who stand empowered today with the skills they have learnt at the foundation.

The Dil Bechara actor says, “It is a moment of such honor and joy for me to be considered worthy of being invited by Princess Diya Kumari to spend this International Women’s Day with the ‘sheroes’ of the royal family’s foundation at the Badal Mahal, Jaipur. It is extremely encouraging that my work and experience thus far as a Gender and Child Rights advocate and journey as an actor, is believed to be of value by the Royal family of Jaipur.”

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She goes on, “The journey of each female artisan, from different social and economic backgrounds belonging to all parts of Rajasthan, liberating themselves from the shackles that society has tried to place is beyond inspiring. I’m so excited for their future, and our collective future as the female force of India.”

On the work front, Sanjana will be seen next in Om: The Battle Within opposite Aditya Roy Kapur, and has some unannounced projects lined up.

 

 

 

 

 

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