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Cultural Events 


Independence Day 2022 was celebrated with great enthusiasm  on 15th August, 2022 at all regional centres with the staff, children, parents and other community members. On this special occasion, the programme started with flag hoisting by community pradhan. During the celebration, We have also organized cultural event, rally, drawing, singing and speech competition. The head of organization, in his Independence Day speech, gave a motivational speech to be a proud of our nation. He shared the information and importance of independence in our life. He also emphasized the role of youth today as the true wealth of a country.

Independence Day


To mark the completion of 13 years of the PARAS INDIA NGO on the 24th of August, 2020, a series of activities were organised across our regional centres. Our community workers along with the children and associated beneficiaries took part in the 13th-anniversary celebrations. Norms of social distancing and sanitation were followed during the course of the celebrations. Various fun activities
including cultural performances, quiz, games were held on the occasion.


People came together for MAATI KE RANG, 2023, an annual cultural celebration put on by PARAS INDIA, to share customs, values, and culture. On March 21 and 22, 2023, Munna Purva, Kanpur Dehat, Uttar Pradesh, a group of people congregated in a pitch with time to perform and act took inspiration from one another to revitalise the culture. It was a promising platform devoted to the investigation of unrealized artistic potential. Across the limiting limits of religion, nationality, ethnicity, and language, MAATI KE RANG, 2023 Utsav has propagated the message of the unity in diversity of one land and family in this modern day. The ultimate purpose of the cultural programme is to "Empower everybody." Hundreds of participants came from many states to participate in this out-of-the-ordinary effort to celebrate diversity and harmony in a rural setting, as well as to witness the exceptional performances by local and regional folk artists who were to deliver musical performances and dances. 



Raksha Bandhan is the celebration where sisters tie Rakhi thread on the wrist of their brothers and exchange vow of protection. However, with time it has come to be celebrated among siblings where sisters would also tie rakhi to each other. This year too PARAS celebrated this festival of togetherness from home.Children made Rakhi by themselves at home from old material. They also wrote about their favourite memories of their siblings and shared with each other. They tied Rakhi and gave handmade cards to their brothers and sisters.

Raksha Bandhan


Using the festival of colours to brighten up the lives of kids, PARAS INDIA organized Holi Celebrations among the communities across its regional centres. The kids got a chance to express their thoughts and feelings on canvas, by medium of a set of crayons to the kids as they painted a smorgasbord of colours and images depicting what Holi means to them.

Our annual Holi celebrations are not just a cultural festival but a reminder to lead sustainable lives in our capacity. PARAS has always emphasized the need for changing our lifestyles in accordance with the changing climatic needs. We, therefore, promote eco-friendly Holi celebrations using organic colours, saving waters and awaring people about the harmful use of synthetic colours on the animals.  We took the pledge of a happy and safe Holi.

Eco Friendly Holi