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Culture meets Charity at South Madras Cultural Association & Charitable Trust !

Culture meets Charity at South Madras Cultural Association & Charitable Trust !

The Inaugural of Durga Pooja, the event titled, Sharadtsav' 23 was flagged off by the Hon. Governor, Smt. Thamizhisai Soundarrajan, today, Saturday, 21st October at Kailash Convention Centre, Injambakkam on ECR.

The honourable Governor first offered her prayers to Goddess Durga.

She formally inaugurated the proceedings by lighting the Traditional Lamp and then addressed the gathering...

She began her speech by greeting the guests on the occasion of Navaratri Celebrations.

We are all united by our heritage and culture.

Navaratri reflects Women Empowerment and 9 days are dedicated fully to them!

This tradition is applicable not only to South India but to the entire country.

Navaratri Celebrations stands to unite people who are diversified by geographical and cultural differences.

It was indeed a moment of pride with an empowered women like the Honorable Governor, Smt. Thamizhasai Soundarrajan presiding over the proceedings.

Dr. Anita Ramesh 

Executive Committee Member oversaw all the arrangements.

About SMCA

South Madras Cultural Association, popularly known by it's acronym SMCA was registered under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act 1975. SMCA is underlined by the joint effort with other like minded associations for the holistic sustenance of various cultural activities while serving as a platform for communities to coalesce in harmony. SMCA, in addition to providing a cultural reminder of one's heritage, also partakes in charity through the SMCA Charitable Trust. Their ascent in quality, has successfully resulted in a Sharadotsav being organized year and again the esteemed cultural collaboration.

SMCA strives to better and augment the eminent Durga Puja festivities with each passing year. Goddess Durga Puja at SMCA experiences 100,000 plus foot falls during its celebration. 


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