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The #CelebrateHER Project

#CelebrateHER 13th October -21st October 2015. On the days of Navratri this year, the nominated saree colors will each mark the destruction of evil practices that women have suffered since the beginning of time. Lets Encourage her to make a better today and a brighter tomorrow. She who stands for herself She who climbs the ladder of independence She who hikes uphill towards self-reliance She who rises from the ashes She deserves to be celebrated…
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Tomorrow marks the 1st day of Navaratri, like every year the this year too all around we will see women pull out those lovely sarees and gracefully adorn the colour of the day. We would like to urge everyone this year to celebrate with us the strength of these women. In a country rife with patriarchy, objectification and discrimination against women; she struggles even for basic rights and dignity. Lets #CelebrateHER on these auspicious days for her strength, courage and determination.

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The #CelebrateHER Project

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