RANCHI, MAY 29, 2022
In its endeavour to promote homemade food with family fun, Swayamsiddha Ladies Club of NTPC Coal Mining Headquarters, Ranchi, in association with the Employees Welfare Association of the Unit, organised a food festival themed on “Go Green to Save Mother Earth” at MECON Community Hall, here on Friday.
The foodfest was inaugurated by Shyamli Mahila Milan Club, MECON President Abha Kumar in presence of Club’s Senior Executive Member Soni Verma, Swayamsiddha Ladies Club President Mahua Mazumder, and office bearers and members of both the Clubs.
Speaking on the occasion, Mahua Mazumder said that women represent a symbol of power and endurance as they are known for multi-tasking starting from looking after their family and profession as well with ease. “It is a proud moment as the ladies took the challenge to come out of their homes to showcase their talent by participating in the food festival to make it a grand success,” she added.
On this occasion, Regional Executive Director (Coal Mining) Partha Mazumder appreciated the well decorated stalls which depicted Mini India, and for bringing the flavours and dishes from various parts of the country under one roof. He was of all praise for the great efforts put in by the members of Swayamsiddha Ladies Club for presenting the delicious food items; and Employees Welfare Association for successfully organising the Food Festival with the social message “Go Green to Save Mother Earth”. He thanked the MECON administration for providing its Community Hall for organizing the festival.
The Foodfest witnessed large participation by the ladies for the food stalls and children for games stalls. To encourage the participants, awards under various categories of namkin, sweet and decorated stalls were distributed during the Foodfest.
Further, the food fest provided a platform to local vendors to showcase their skills with specialisation in healthy handmade food, traditional handicrafts and handlooms. Artists with special talents in art and culture were also part of the food fest.
The food festival was a huge success.