Diwali Mela 2022 at Sunrise Learning

DIWALI MELA 2022 at Sunrise Learning

We want to say to the world: STAND UP FOR ABILITY

Diwali Melas are unquestionably a way to encourage people to enjoy the wonderful festival of Diwali in the spirit of togetherness and to strengthen the sense of harmony in society.
This Diwali – our initiative of organising a mela aims at raising public awareness towards special needs and the abilities of the specially-abled persons.

We welcome everyone to come and join the fun
Date – 15th October 2022
10 am to 4:00 pm
At
Sunrise learning
Centre for Special Needs
SD-01, sector 116, next to sector 77, Noida

What at the event?

Events at Diwali Mela

Food

Stalls will be set up for delicious delicacies

STALLS

Stalls will be put to showcase crafts, hobbies, skill learning, creative products, any entrepreneurial initiative.

SUNRISE LEARNING SHOPPE STALL

With HANDMADE products created by the differently-abled people

RAM LEELA

A performance by students of sunrise learning

ART WORKSHOP

an art workshop for specially-abled persons to be conducted by an internationally celebrated artist Mrs. Monika Tomar

Lets Join Hands!

Be a Part of this Inclusive Diwali Mela- Book your stall Now

If you wish to enquire about putting a stall, please contact us

Lets Join Hands!

Wish to register for the SL Diwali Mela art workshop

please fill this form below.

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FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers for Diwali Mela

This Diwali Mela is a colorful, joyful event in Sunrise Learning Campus with a mission to bring more awareness and Inclusion in the Society. You are Invited, please drop in by 15th October, 2022 at Sunrise Learning, Noida Campus.

We welcome everyone to come and join the fun
Date – 15th October 2022
10 am to 4:00 pm
At
Sunrise learning
Centre for Special Needs
SD-01, sector 116, next to sector 77, Noida

No there isn’t. Just walk into the Diwali Mela by Sunrise Learning.

This is open to general Public. Parents, teachers , well wishers and anybody who want to inspire or understand our loving growing community of the specially abled.