Krupa Shah artist has donated food and essential kits
Krupa Shah artist – Krupa Shah, a well-known abstract artist, and philanthropist, has left an indelible mark on everyone with her art and social endeavors. Artist Krupa Shah has graciously gifted 51 food and necessary kits to needy families throughout Mumbai on the auspicious and festive occasion of Makar Sankranti, the kite flying festival. Comfort items such as Diyas, Bedsheets, and Til Laddu, the festival’s famed sweet, were included in the contribution kits. 51 kits were supplied in a timely and secure manner throughout Mumbai, in accordance with COVID-19 standards.
Krupa Shah, speaking at the event, said, “On this wonderful Makar Sankranti festival, I believe in spreading positivity and happiness by lending a helping hand to those who are unable to take advantage of it. Let us grab the string of life’s kite in our hands and soar high into the sky, as I show my happiness and festive activities by including you in the festivities of this festival.”
Krupa Shah expressed her idea and used the chance to empower those around her by donating these products to the disadvantaged in our society. Makar Sankranti is an occasion and a celebration of optimism and happiness. Flying kites pushes us to glance up at the sky, hopeful and awestruck, waiting for the skies to make their next move. We have the perfect metaphor for life as the sun pours down on cheerful faces.
Shah’s idea to distribute necessary kits across Mumbai is not a new occurrence. For many years, the internationally known artist has held social gatherings aimed specifically at women and children.
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