(MENAFN- Market Press Release) September 13, 2021 11:53 am - Dainik Jagran iNext on Saturday honored 17 personalities with 'Iconic Award 2021' for setting a special benchmark in their field.
Dainik Jagran iNext on Saturday honored 17 personalities with 'Iconic Award 2021' for setting a special benchmark in their field. In a program organized at a hotel located in Mayur Vihar Phase-I, Union Minister of State for Law and Justice Prof. SP Singh Baghel and Dainik Jagran Group Managing Editor Tarun Gupta honored these personalities who have done excellent work in various fields including education, literature, art, real estate. The program started with the lighting of the lamp.
The chief guest of the program Prof. SP Singh Baghel told the importance of respect by narrating his memoirs. Said that by getting respect, a person sets goals in the future and starts trying to do better. Seeing him being respected, others are also inspired.
They got respect
- Swanand Kirkire, Lyricist
- Gaurav Chopra, Artist
- Alok Rai, MD, NIP Housing Credit and Development Ltd.
- Anamika Pandey, Founder & CEO, Nariyo
- Chetna Dua, Founder and Managing Director, Acres & Inchis Private Limited
- Doctor. Chandan Agarwal, Educationist and Entrepreneur
- Doctor. Deepak Madhok, Chairman, Sunbeam Group of Educational Institutions, Varanasi
- Guru Swaroop Srivastava, filmmaker and art lover
- Kashmiri Chandra Sinha, Head, Sizzler's Restaurant, Bengal Sweets, Daniyawan Fish Dhaba, Patna
- Nitin Matanheliya, Managing Partner, DP Motors
- Doctor. Richa Rai, Director, Heritage Institute of Medical Sciences
- Ravinder Singh Malhotra, Chairman and Managing Director, Malhotra Electronics Pvt. Ltd.
- Rakesh Pandey, CMD, Bravo Pharma Group
- Shashi Bhushan Singh, Director, Indira Gas & Petroleum Pvt Ltd
- Shikhar Gupta and Ishan Gupta, Managing Director, Hotel Saffron Leaf, Dehradun
- Varun Singh, Chairman, Delhi Public International School, Agra
- Vikas Kejriwal, Director, Ashpra Lifespaces.
Guru Swarup Srivastava is now working on a new, large-scale project. A philanthropist and art enthusiast turned entrepreneur, Mr Srivastava made headlines a few years ago for his affiliation with MF Hussain, a well-known painter in the country. He paid 100 crore rupees for 100 of the master's finest works. Individuals from business and industry were buying artworks at such high prices at that time. Guru Swarup Srivastava hopes to include some of Hollywood's biggest names in this endeavour. He recognises that worldwide cinema exposure is possible with the presence of foreign performers. His work is a wonderful present for everyone, and it is primarily created to honour Lord Rama's life all over the globe. It's wonderful and energising work.
He wants to make a film on Ramayan as well. There's a moral message in the Ramayana, one of the most well-known historical tales of all time. He's preparing to embark on his first filmmaking endeavour. With its spectacular visual effects, Ramayan would break down religious and political barriers and leave a lasting impression on the younger population. " As the pinnacle of society and community, Ram and Sita would offer themselves to the world as the expression of the perfect way of life. The film's canvas encompasses and affects everyone in different ways.
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