Varanasi RT 218: Themed Social

We at VRRT 218 organised a Rockstar social at the maheshwari farms on 6 0f sep. As the name suggests we had a live band and the décor was according to the theme with huge cut outs,standies, and even the accessories depicting guitars,drums etc. The dress code was black and the décor was a mixture of red and black. A rockstar pin was also designed for the evening. The tablers and circlers graced the evening in huge numbers which added to the WOW factor of the evening. Some of the tablers and circlers even showcased their singing talents. We all left in the wee hours of the morning heavily intoxicated but with high spirits.

Your,s in Tabling,

Dr Saurabh Chakrabarty.
Chairman VRRT 218.
saurabh491974@gmail.com

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Kolkata RT 227: Taare Zameen Par

                                                  TAARE ZAMEEN PAR

“The day the stars come out to paint and play”

As the saying goes “extending one hand to help somebody has more value than joining two hands for prayer”

The famed project initiated by Kvrt 227 last year and hosted by 12 Tables from Kolkata  celebrated the second consecutive year in a more grand and larger than life manner. This year we had invited 2000 underprivileged children from 40 schools and ngo’s from Kolkata and adjoining areas on the 8th of November at Swabhumi from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The project took days of hard team work. The whole idea behind this project was to make the day special for these young underprivileged children and make them feel special. There was sitting drawing competition, art and craft work, tattoo making, face painting, music and games along with lunch. 65 corporate and business houses came forward generously with sponsorships to lend their support in making this event successful. We could see no hesitation in any of the sponsors in writing fat cheque amounts to us until we literally had to close down as we were falling short of space in the hoardings. Publicity was taken special care before the event to create the necessary PR as well as awareness throughout the city. The event organizing team left no space uncovered and payed special attention to minutest details in terms of decoration and other necessary arrangement.

The venue was decorated like a birthday function with lots of balloons, along with banners of sponsors everywhere. The stage had a beautiful backdrop of Taare Zameen Par logo. The whole floor was carpeted for a smooth seating for the kids. The event started with kids arriving in queues with their teachers holding the placards of their number codes along with “Swach Bharat Abhiyaan” stickers on their back. We had kept the cleaning drive in mind to spread the message of keeping the city clean and to support our Honorable Prime Minister’s message of Swach Bharat Abhiyaan. The children took a vow to keep their surroundings clean.

The kids were given their allotted areas according to the codes for seating. Once every kid was seated the event started on its scheduled time with the emcee and the guests of honor taking the stage. The children were given drawing papers with crayons and other drawing materials. The sit n draw competition was on its full swing as the 2000 bowed their heads giving an imagination to their brains and their fingers as what would they be drawing. After the competition got over everyone submitted their drawings for the judges to decide the winners. Till the judges could decide on to the winners the children and the teachers were given food coupons and other goodie bags. There were acrobats going on at one end of the venue and then live size puppets interacting and playing with the children. The corporates kept on coming one by one on stage to deliver their brief speeches and their happiness to be a part of such a mega project. Plain white canvases were kept at the venue for the corporates and the media to express their thoughts about the whole event.

The Victorians of 227 along with tablers from other table were spread around the venue and were seen constantly on their heels to make sure everything was going smooth. There was a press conference held in association with leading newspapers of the city that covered the entire event in detail.

The event was attended by the sponsors, tollywood stars, social workers, artists of national fame , Ladies circle India brand  ambassador Richa Sharma, city based painters, heads of NGO’s and members of Round Table India. Tr. Suman Voora-National Vice president of Round Table India was also present.

Special thanks goes to Tr. Sahil Saharia the National Corporate Alliance Convenor and Tr Ashish Patwari without whom the sponsorships and event management would not have been possible. Special appreciation goes to Tr. Chetan Prakash our chairman under whose leadership the event became so successful.

YIT,

LMF Tr. Chetan Prakash
Chairman (KVRT-227)

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National Blog Committee Member
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Varanasi RT 218: Teacher’s Day Celebration

Gurur Brahma Gurur Vishnu,  Gurur Devo Maheshwarah

Guru Saakshaata prabrahma, Tasmai Shri Guru Namah.

We the tablers of VRRT 218 and the circlers of VRLC celebrated teachers day with the teachers and students of our adopted school.The students and teachers welcomed us with open hearts.We felicitated all the teachers which was followed up by a health check up camp for all the teachers.The teachers were very happy and gave us their blessings and best wishes for Round Table India.

We then there also celebrated the birthday of our IPC Tr. Tanmay Jain.

All the tablers and circlers were so touched that they promised  that they would do their best for the progress of the school because ….Padega India Tabhi To Badega India.

Thanks and Regards,

Dr.Saurabh Chakrabarty.

Chairman 2014-15, Vrrt 218

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Pilibhit RT 74: Fellowship Report (3D DISCO NIGHT)

PRT -74 BOOGIED DOWN AT JAISWAL’S DISCO.

The Jaiswal’s Disco was a Get Down good time for all who loved to BOOGIE!!!
Can you dig it- Tr. Ankur Jaiswal threw a 3D Disco themed 9th social…DISCO..DYNE..N…DANCE.
“Strut your stuff at the disco”,the invitation called out and so we all, the Tablers of PRT-74 with their families put on their dancing shoes and got down to the grooves.

The ambience was well set up by the host ,with its 70s atmosphere-glittery disco bar,neon signs and frequent disco lights.

The Disco opened at 8:30 PM, and all of us reserved our places on the dancing..electrifying DJ floor, dressed in perfect disco attires to enjoy the night under the disco balls.

The hosts, Tr. Jaiswal and his wife made all the tablers comfortable and looked after their needs till the end.
The energy n passion exuded by the tablers and the circlers ensured the best of everything at the party. It seemed to be a chilling out zone to meet with friends and enjoy to the fullest..!!!
Thanks n Regards
Shaishav Agarwal
Secretary PRT-74.
shaishavagarwal@gmail.com

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Varanasi RT 218: Independence Day Celebrations

Dear tablers and circlers,

we at VRRT 218 feel very proud to share with you our experience during the Independence day celebrations at our adopted school Sri Krishna Chandra Sharma Balika Vidhyalaya on 15 aug 2014.

All the tablers and circlers came decked up in their table t.shirts at 8.30 am.The flag hoisting took place at 9 am.This was followed up by some cultural programmes by the school children.Their enthusiasm really touched our hearts and you won’t believe it that at the end some of us were literally in tears.

Next in the pipeline was the school kits and stationary distribution followed up by the distribution of sweets to all the kids.We were overwhelmed with joy and somewhere in our hearts was a feeling of satisfaction on seeing their smiling faces.

This was all followed up by a mouth watering traditional Banarasi breakfast of kachoudi and jalebi.This was followed up by a session of Chai Pe Charcha as this was the theme set up for the day.

The day did not end here.We all then with our cars decorated with the Round Table India stickers posed for photographs and after a small drive in the city,headed back home.

Thanks,

Dr.Saurabh Chakrabarty,
Chairman Vrrt 218

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LMF Tr Sai Madhukar Rathi (RT 213)
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Pune RT 177: Children Day Celebration with under privileged kids

Children Day Celebration with under privileged kids

Children are the God gifts to their parents by the almighty. They are innocent, admirable, pure and loved by everyone.

 On the occasion of Children’s Day on Friday, a programme was organised for under privileged children.

The children took active part in games and drawing competition. Lunch & cake was laid out on the occasion.

 Pooja Agarwal wife of Tabler Avinash & Aditi Mehta wife of Tabler Shailendra along with other members of PSRT 177  joined the students to make the occasion a memorable event.

 Editor

 Amit Singhania

PSRT 177

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Varanasi RT 218: Experience at COB 2014

Dear tablers,

My name is Lmf.Tr. Dr. Saurabh Chakrabarty, the current chairman of Vrrt 218 (varanasi). I would like to take some of ur time and narrate my experience as a first timer at the COB Jaipur. well it was breathtaking.starting with the ulta pulta theme at the nex. watching what the individual areas have achieved in the past year was very inspiring.the atmosphere in the evening was pulsating. the ambience was magnificient. one could see the sense of relief on the faces of the out going team mixed with the pain of giving up their positions. On the otherside the new team was buzzing with excitement. The change over ceremony was simply awesome. then followed what I enjoyed the most the exchange of pins. the experience of pinning tablers from other states and on being pinned by them was thoroughly enjoyable in a nutshell I would say that we all were just like one large family undivided by caste or creed or any other geographical boundaries.
Thanks
Lmf.Tr. Dr. Saurabh Chakrabarty
Chairman, VVRT 218

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