Perfect Health Mela organised by HCFI ends on musical notes

 

Sufi

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The 26th edition of mega health event organised by HCFI concluded with dance and dandiya that filled the atmosphere with a musical rendition. The mesmeric playback singer of Bollywood Shibani Kashyap enthralled the auditorium packed to the raftar with her mellifluous voice.

Visitors thousands in number couldn’t resist from swaying and gyrating to the musical beat.
The three day long utsav at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium, Delhi had contests and competitions wherein more than 5000 students from schools and colleges took active part.

The Heart Care Foundation of India (HCFI), a leading national non-profit organization committed to making India a healthier and disease-free nation, raised awareness on the importance of personal and fabric hygiene. The events on this day included the National Harmony and Eco-Festival, and the National Youth Fest.

The visitors not only had their free check-ups and medical investigation done but enjoyed the delectable foods catered by some popular eateries. They remained glued for long hours.
Taking a quick look at myriads of attractions the Mela prided itself on speaking of were choreography, skit, painting, collage making, instrumental fusion melodies, slogan and poster making, and model demonstration.

The renowned cardiologist Padma Shri Awardee, Dr KK Aggarwal, President, Heart Care Foundation of India (HCFI), and President, CMAAO, said, “Through the Perfect Health Mela, HCFI has constantly endeavoured to develop engaging and consumer-driven modules that can help educate masses on the importance of health. And what better way can there be than starting at a young age.

Educating children right at the outset about basic aspects of health such as hygiene is important for the nation’s future. They must also be taught about the dangers of smoking, obesity, unhealthy eating, and lack of physical activity as well as harm reduction. I am happy to see the participation by children in such large numbers.”

Adding to this, Sumit Khosla, senior GM Marketing, Fena (P) Ltd said, “Good Hygiene is one of the most important aspects of staying healthy and disease-free. It is crucial to educate children right from the onset about basic hand-washing techniques, importance of wearing clean and washed clothes to keep germs away and the role of proper cleaning of utensils so that they are germ free.

We are very happy to participate in Perfect Health Mela and contribute to making India a healthier nation as our Motto is We Care For Your Hygiene”.

Many eminent dharma gurus held discourse and delivered talk on varied subjects. Panelists shared their valuable insights and enlightened the audience with their rich experience and knowledge.

Addressing the gathering Shibani Kashyap, “I have been a part of the Perfect Health Mela for the last few years and every time, the event has been unique, entertaining, and informative. I congratulate Dr Aggarwal and the HCFI team on conceptualizing this one-of-a-kind event that uses entertainment as a means of creating awareness on relevant health topics.”

Dr A K Merchant, National Trustee cum Secretary, Lotus Temple & Bahai Community of India said, “I am glad to be part of this event, this is so enriching an experience.”

Participation by State, Central governments and PSUs was incredulously tremendous.

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