PTC Network in association with Nanhi Chaan Punjabi Public Charitable Trust will felicitate on December 16 the exceptional women who have excelled in different areas of life with their confidence and strength despite their struggles in life.
Indian women have always been an epitome of strength and intelligence. Today, the success of Indian women across various walks of life has proven that they have earned this reputation very deservingly.
Nanhi Chaan Punjabi Public Charitable Trust on the completion of its 10 years has started this initiative to admire women. World’s No 1 Punjabi Entertainment Channel, PTC Punjabi showcased some of the inspiring stories of 38 women from across India through its show ‘Sirjanhaari – Sanman Naari Da.”
The show ‘Sirjanhaari – Sanman Naari Da’, which went on air on September 9, 2018, received immense positive reviews from the audience for showcasing the real life stories of women who battled odds to change the world around them.
Member of Parliament Ms. Meenakshi Lekhi, senior executive of a leading newspaper of Punjab & social activist Ms. Gurjot Kaur and Ms. Rajni Bector, founder of a well-known brand Cremica foods, were among the jury members on the show.
Let’s Have A Look At Exceptional Women Achievers:
- Nicky Pawan Kaur – Core member of Chandigarh Spinal Rehab
- Neelam Sodhi – Doctor and runs a NGO called Ashirwad
- Rupinder Kaur Sandhu – President of CGS Society
- Manjeet Kaur SP CID – One of India’s star athletes
- GeetaTandon -A stuntwoman in Bollywood
- Divya Rawat – Sanjivani Rattan awardee, known Mushroom Cultivator
- Nivedita Bhasin – Youngest woman pilot in civil aviation history
- Pragya Prasun – Acid attack survivor turned activist
- Khusbir Kaur – Country’s top racewalker
- Malika Handa – A hearing and speech-impaired player
- Savinder Kaur – Chairperson, Lord Krishna Polytechnic College, Kapurthala
- Harbhajan Kaur – Social activist
- Kiranjeet – First Punjabi blind singer
- Seema Thapar – Kick Boxing Trainer
- Usha Sharma – Manual scavenger-turned-public speaker
- Sulekha Rani – Social activist
- MamtaRawat – Mountaineer
- Manjeet Kaur Jaipur – Traffic warden, Social worker
- Manjeet Kaur Jalandhar – First female ambulance driver
- Jhanvi and laavanya – They manufacture sanitary pads and distribute it free of cost to promote hygiene
- Manpreet Kaur – Promoting Art of Punjab Phulkari with involvement of rural women
- Bulbul – Wrestler
- Navjot Kaur – – Wrestler
- Navjot Kaur Chhabba – Professional lawyer
- Manju Gupta – Government Teacher & Social Activist
- Rupali Gupta & Team –Social activist helping NRI Marriage Fraud Victims
- Sandeep Kaur Khalsa – Social Activist
- Jahangeet Singh – Youngest female Dhol player
- Amarjeet Kaur Dhillon – Social activist
- Navdeep Kaur – Plays sitar without fingers
- Shivani Gupta – Accessibility consultant
- Gurwinder Kaur – Gatka player & runs Gatka Academy
- Gagandeep Kaur – Punjab’s first female archer
- Manica – Owner, Rasoi On Wheels, runs mobile kitchen for needy people
- Sonia Choudhary – Acid attack fighter, who is now a known makeup Artist
- Moksha Jaitely – Limca Book of Record holder, First woman biker who completed Leh-Manali trip in 20 hours 20 min.
- Shivjot Kaur – Sculpture artist
- Kulwinder Kaur – Social Activist
Coming December 16, these women achievers will be honoured during the gala event scheduled to be held at the JLPL ground in Mohali.
Many well-known singers and artists like Miss Pooja, Harshdeep Kaur, Sufi stars Hashmat -Sultana and Meet Kaur will be performing live during the felicitation programme.
The show will be hosted by Satinder Satti.