What: Bhim­tadi Ja­tra 2017 Where: Agri­cul­tural College Ground, Sin­chan Na­gar

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One of Pune’s big­gest cul­tural events, Bhimthadi Ja­tra, a four-day cul­tural fair that aims at bridg­ing the gap be­tween ru­ral and ur­ban In­dia through an in­ter­face that al­lows the city of Pune to con­nect with vil­lage com­mu­ni­ties across Ma­ha­rash­tra, was or­gan­ised from De­cem­ber 22nd to 25th. The cul­tural fes­ti­val was a great way for many to in­dulge in not just shop­ping tra­di­tional prod­ucts, but also a time to catch up with friends and rel­a­tives, and get a bet­ter un­der­stand­ing of the ru­ral life. The 12th edi­tion of Bhimthadi Ja­tra, which is a brain­child of Su­nan­datai Pawar, was in­au­gu­rated by a group of lead­ing women who have made a mark for them­selves. Present amongst the dig­ni­taries for the in­au­gu­ra­tion were Mukta Ti­lak (Mayor, PMC), along with Jy­oti Priya Singh (Deputy Chief of Po­lice), Swati Sathe (In­charge, Yer­wada Jail Pune), Sind­hutai Sap­kal (so­cial ac­tivist), Su­man­tai Kirloskar (highly re­spected and much loved phi­lan­thropist), Vedanti Raje Bhos­ale (phi­lan­thropist) and Var­sha Chor­dia (Chair­per­son, FICCI FLO Pune Chap­ter).

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