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Neemrana Hotels celebrated World Health Day on 7th April 2018, highlighting the importance of maintaining good health. The programme included demonstration of low-cost nutritious recipes, awareness session on micronutrient deficiency disorders, and the importance of hygiene. The awareness sessions were held with frontline health care workers and community members. It was an insightful event for all.
Anjana Ramesh, an upcoming Bharatnatyam dancer held the entire audience in a daze when she performed at the Neemrana Hotels in February. As elegant as she is on the dance floor, she graced us with an amazing feedback-
I'm writing to let you know that I had a fantastic experience at Neemrana. Something that I will cherish for life. So much love and warmth. I really wish I could meet you though. A lovely bunch of attentive audience is all that an artist can ask for, and I was surely blessed with one. I have to make special mention of the stage and lighting - this is something that the best of best auditoriums lack, but Neemrana gave me a stage that I will never choose to forget.
Read this International Women's Day article featured on Koovs.com
Sonavi, the CEO of Neemrana hotels, got featured in an article on 6 leading career ladies in India by Koovs.com on this International Women's Day. Responsibility, perseverance, teamwork, integrity and leadership are the 5 qualities she swears by. She loves to don heirloom sarees for traditional events and pants make her feel as the ultimate Girl Boss!
Trust your own instincts and capabilities. Don’t copy or try and become someone else- they’ve had a different childhood, education, personality and panache. Likewise, no one else can become you even if they tried!
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Once lying in a state of obscurity, Sarhetta, a small village in Rajasthan, now walks on the path of global recognition. Marked by barren walls and decrepit huts, the village is now cloaked in bright colours - thanks to an initiative by Neemrana Hotels and Nerolac Paints. The initiative was embarked upon with a desire to bring back colours in the lives of the villagers and 850 plus homes were painted as part of this unique social initiative.
Another goal that was achieved through the campaign was curbing of littering outside the homes. Colorful homes built with one's own hard work is a strong detriment towards littering and the villagers have now adopted a more hygienic lifestyle. What's more, the paints used pose no hazards or health risks to the dwellers.
The Neemrana and Nerolac partnership has injected a new life and soul into the village of Sarhetta, making it a town of happy faces and rainbow smiles.
Indo - Anglian, is a word that sounds unfamiliar and alien to most Indians, and yet, is a culture that is slowly spreading in most urban cities of India. Indo-Anglians predominantly belong to the English speaking class and represent a cross-section between traditional Indian beliefs and Global cultural influences like Apple, Netflix,Starbucks, FabIndia and Neemrana.