Roma Bahl and Team Stringmo Collaborate for Positive Change in Kargil
In Ladakh, In a significant move towards empowering women in the Kargil region, Mrs. Roma Bahl, the wife of Brigadier Vinay Bahl, Chief Engineer Project Vijayak, has embarked on a collaborative initiative with Team Stringmo of Young Artists. This initiative aims to provide professional training and support to young girls in the area, fostering their artistic skills for a brighter future.
Mrs. Bahl, herself an Arts graduate and practicing artist, conducted a meeting at the work station near Degree College Kargil with Team Stringmo. During the meeting, she discussed the training and experiences of the team, emphasizing the importance of art in empowering individuals.
As part of her commitment, Mrs. Roma Bahl has decided to conduct two art classes per week, focusing on various forms of art with a professional intent. The goal is to enable the young girls to earn from their artistic skills, contributing to their self-reliance.
During the meeting, Mentor of Young Artists of Kargil, Sajjad Hussain Bob, shared the remarkable history of Team Stringmo, highlighting their journey and achievements. Mrs. Bahl expressed her admiration for the team’s dedication and decided to extend her support for their continued growth.
Notably, Mrs. Bahl was deeply impressed by the extraordinary skills of Nasreen Fatima, a specially-abled girl child who is deaf and dumb. Despite her challenges, Nasreen’s artistic abilities stood out, capturing Mrs. Bahl’s attention.
Kaneez Fatima, the Team Leader of Stringmo, expressed gratitude towards Mrs. Roma Bahl for her initiative and the ongoing support from the Indian Army. This collaboration is a testament to the positive impact that community-focused initiatives can have on the lives of individuals, particularly young girls aspiring to develop their artistic talents.
The joint effort between Mrs. Roma Bahl and Team Stringmo reflects a commitment to creating opportunities and fostering creativity within the community. The collaboration is expected to bring about positive changes, empowering young girls and promoting inclusivity through the medium of art.
Contributed by A. Shotopa, NomadLawyer Volunteer, Kargil.