Sakhi Celebration 2017 : Let’s celebrate Womanhood in style

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The stage is all set for one of the most talked about ladies only event – Sakhi Celebration -2017 with only a week left for the event which is scheduled for July 2, 2017.

This is the third consecutive year of celebration and the organizers have a very clear vision to provide the best entertainment in authentic Desi style to all the attendees.

The organizers of the event Esha and Malti Kumar says that the whole idea of the event is to celebrate womanhood.

“Sakhi Celebration provides an opportunity not only to celebrate the essence of friendship but also womanhood and that too in style.”

“We started this event in 2015 and for the very first year the theme was Umrao Jaan, which was a super hit with the ladies. We believe in promoting our culture and Bollywood is an inseparable part of our Indian culture. In 2016 the theme was ‘Glam and Glitter from 70’s and 80’s and this year the theme is Kashmir to Kanyakumari. So, we try our level best to present something different and unique every time,” adds Esha and Malti.

“To acknowledge the efforts of all the lovely ladies who are a part of the event we are organizing a ramp walk for all the beautiful sakhis who are representing their chosen states,” they added.

This event is not just about entertainment but it also provides networking opportunity to the women from different walks of life.

So get ready to be a part of the Sakhi Celebration.




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