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The royal touch to women empowerment

An event attempts to change the mindset of people regarding women and special needs.

SNS | New Delhi |

Empowerment of not only women but also differently-abled is the need of the hour for the present modern day society to move forward towards a better nation as a whole.  Towards this effort, designer Rohit Bal and Princess Divya Kumari of Jaipur have come together at Nobility for Ability.

A two-day event to be held on November 17-18 in Jaipur, Nobility for Ability is expected to bring together like-minded individuals and stakeholders to support the entities to realise their vision and mission.

The event, which coincides with the 289th Foundation Day of the Pink City, will be celebrated as Expressions of Jaipur.

The Princess, who is also the ambassador for the Girl Child in Rajasthan, is the Patron of Nobility for Ability. The first milestone of For Ability India Trust founded by cancer survivor Piya Bajwa, the event is being organised to “change the mindset of people regarding special needs and women empowerment”.

A couture show by Rohit Bal will highlight the rich heritage of colours and designs that are symbolic of the city.

(With inputs from agencies)