In the ongoing endeavor of youth awakening, SAM Workshops put up another Culture Connect Conclave at Divya Dham Ashram, Delhi for the young students of Maxfort School, Rohini for the third time. CCC brought into light the science behind the ancient Indian Culture. The conclave started with a high energy patriotic dance performance by SAM dance group. The uniquely designed nature tour included a visit to Kamdhenu Gaushala. The students fed the cows and calves, bringing them closer to nature. The culture walk included engaging activities such as pottery making, Indian traditional games, Charkha, Chakki, photobooth with traditional Indian dresses and accessories, Indian rural kitchen etc. A cultural musical session with instrumental jugalbandi was also held. Students were sensitized about the need to conserve our Indian culture and heritage. The students were delighted and reciprocated gratitude upon being informed of the heritage of the rich Indian culture. Dr. Arvind (Director – Training with Ministry of Defence) also attended the conclave and expressed his appreciation for SAM's endeavor on stage.
SAM is a powerful youth engagement program of Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (an international, humanitarian organization) which seeks to awaken, inspire and transform young minds. It is a completely volunteer driven initiative and it's creatively designed, result oriented format has made it India's fastest growing youth drive.