Shakti Bandhan is about women tying a simple thread to women and soulsisters in their lives to honor the bond among women of supporting, protecting and nurturing each other
Ms. Sandra Kharnaior - Chapter Chairperson, Kathmandu Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Ms. Barkha Mahesh - Country Chapter Chairperson, UAE Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Ms. Sonal Kundalia Mandal - State Chapter Chairperson, West Bengal Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Ms. Kahkasha Saxena - Chapter Chairperson, Bhopal Celebrated Shakti Bandhan.
Ms. Nadisha Kumar Gulati - Country Committee Chairperson, India for Retail (Fashion) Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Ms. Ritu Chawla Mathur - State Chapter Chairperson, Karnataka Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Ms. Jahnavi Katti - Country Committee Chairperson, India for Coaching Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Dr. Mala Kapoor - Country Committee Chairperson, India for School Education Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Ms. Navdeep Kahlon - Chapter Chairperson, Chandigarh Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Ms. Shruti Nada Poddar - Chapter Chairperson, Shekhawati Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Ms. Kala Mohan - Chapter Chairperson, Indore Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Ms. Mukta Jain - Country Committee Chairperson, India for Art and Ms. Neena Malhotra - Country Committee Chairperson, India for Medical Informatics Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Lorraine Govias Country Committee Chairperson, India Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
Ms. Bijal Doshi - Chapter Chairperson, Mumbai Celebrated Shakti Bandhan
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