Teej is not just about shopping and buying sweets for some in the capital – it’s one of the most important events in the annual calendar. So it was no surprise to see a long queue of guests at the entrance of Gokul Garden to attend the annual Teej party organised by Sheratal. As the festival season officially kicks off with the Teej festival, On Sunday, July 24, 2022, Seema Bali of Sheratal is going to host Teej Rakhi Carnival & StartUp Awards during happy hours from 1 to 4 p.m. By the way, Teej is considered an important festival for women, both married and maiden, since they pray for marital bliss but this event aims to encourage businesswomen along with that.
To recognise enterprises, we are organising exhibitions, performances, senior citizens’ free stalls, and Start-up awards. The award will be bestowed on all deserving awardees like Nisha Lamba, Mrs Neeti Mehrotra, Priyanka, Shelly Tripathai, Angela Bali, Richa Mogia, Preeti Narang, Anchal Saxena, Preeti(Sri ram jewellers), Kajal Banerjee and Ranjana Jewels by eminent personalities such as Sh. Ashish Jain (Deputy Director General FIEO) (FIEO is set up by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India), Sunil Dutt (Deputy Director FIEO), AJIT SWAMI (President All Dwarka Residents Federation), and GOMTI MATTU (President Delhi Women Justice Commission), SDM of Dwarka Pankaj Roy Gupta, Dr Munish Jindal, Dr Nancy (Founder & CEO RevUp), Dr Sangeeta (National President Urbaninteriors) Rapper Maddy, Swati Mehrotra (Swatimodo), Nikita Bajaj, Vidushi Mehrotra, Dj Barkha Kaul, and many other will be part of the event and will be seen enlighten the day.
“Teej is a festival celebrated by women across India. It is also known as the ‘festival of women’. This day is going to be observed with great happiness and jubilance by women, says Seema Bali. “Being a woman I have always loved supporting my fellow women’s growth in their respective fields and what better day it can be than teej to acknowledge their efforts. So, I planned a small gathering to show my love for womanhood. Also, where all the women can come together and celebrate the power of being both women and business professionals.”
There will be a warm welcome of guests who will bring in some flavour of the festival with colourful traditional costumes and dance-dhamaal. Keeping the ethos of the festival, various titles like Teej Queen will be given, there will be a ramp walk, complimentary makeup and hairstyling, nail art, live music, photoshoot, talent hunt and many games will be organised. Since it is a celebration of the joys of womanhood, the ladies pampered themselves by indulging in Mehendi application, dressing up and dancing to dhol and Dj alike who belted out songs related to the festival. Moreover, dance performances by young children from “Belle Mente Preschool & Daycare” are the event’s main draws.
To know more, you can check out Seema Bali’s profile: https://instagram.com/seema.bali.5?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=