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Soumita’s Nari Katha Beams To Enlighten This Women’s Day

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Soumita’s Nari Katha Beams To Enlighten This Women’s Day

Soumita’s Nari Katha Beams To Enlighten This Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on 8 March. It offers an opportunity to reflect on progress made, to call for change, and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities.

The woman is a personification of love, resilience, strength, and beauty, and although her existence should be celebrated every day to mark the contributions we have International Women’s Day dedicated to her. This day is celebrated to observe women’s success and part in cultural, political, social, and economic development. It is also acknowledged to make people aware of women’s rights and gender equality.

So, ahead of the special day, here we are with its history and significance. Read on to know why International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8 every year. To commemorate the splendor of womanhood Eminent painter and singer of international fame Soumita Saha announced her second solo Exhibition “Nari Katha”. After the affluence of her debut solo exhibition ‘Imagining Neverland’ Soumita is all set to come up with Nari Katha. ” Nari Katha enunciates the veiled commiseration of women. I have always observed that nothing is more multifarious and multilayered than the life of women. Nari Katha narrates the story of every woman who dared to walk against the tide” said Soumita.

Soumita’s paintings are not only lionized in India but also exhibited abroad including Portland’s Art Museum’s Art Reach Gallery.

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