Telangana American Telugu Association (T.A.T.A) New Jersey members, celebrated the very first Ladies Night event at Royal Albert Palace in a grand style. Over 700 women attended the event and celebrated the women power. Many working women professionals attended the event making it a huge success. The event was witnessed by none other than its woman President, Jhansi Reddy. She was overwhelmed to see so many women turning up in big numbers and dressing up to the occasion and with lot of energy and enthusiasm.
T.A.T.A invited accomplished local community leaders as guest speakers to share their experiences and to motivate the ladies present, to go after their dreams as everything can be achieved with perseverance. T.A.T.A felicitated Rani Emandi, – Practicing attorney of Emandi Law firm, Dayci Chivukula – Educator, Dr.Vasundhara Kalasapudi – Executive Director, IndiaHome & Psychiatrist, Bhavani Abhinandana – a social worker and community leader visiting from India who were the guest speakers for the night.
Speaking on the occasion all the speakers appreciated the contribution women make in daily life, and encouraged women to pursue their dreams higher. Speakers opined that women should expand their wings into areas of business, politics and not just limit to their jobs. Being a Telangana Organization, T.A.T.A tries best to identify and support upcoming artists from Telangana, in its effort invited Singers Adarshini, Telu Vijaya, Anchor Matakari Mangli, appreciated their efforts and wished them success in their respective careers.
Several prominent Tollywood actresses Rachna Maurya, Pinky interacted with the ladies, performed, danced and entertained the gathering. Singers sang catchy tunes to dance to the music of “SP” Brothers, USA. The Dance floor was so electrified as many of the ladies danced to the melodious tunes of Tollywood and folk songs. Overall the event was well designed to appease all age groups with the mix of inspirational, educational and entertainment factors bundled in it. Ladies were not only able to enjoy shopping at the stalls, try some delicious food but also danced to the famous tunes of Tollywood.
Grand sponsor PUBLIC TRUST realty group appreciated the efforts by the organizers. The event was coordinated by Bindu Madiraju, Raja Lakshmi Pathuri, Madhavi Soleti, Krishnasri Gandham and they were helped by an excellent coordination team: Preethi Pathuri, Saritha Komatireddy, Sudha Avunoori, Devi Bandala, Jyothi Malladi, Neelima Bhonagiri, Saritha Uppala, Keerthi Siddireddy, Sarita Arjula, Usha Mannam, Suneetha Kambhaladinne, Pallavi Reddy, Sandhya Miryala, Vara Lakshmi, Deepthi Mamidi, Rama Rani, Kavitha Peddi and Saritha Chintawar.
Women committee chair Bindu Madiraju thanked the New Jersey T.A.T.A. Regional coordinators, Ad hoc committee and the core team for their hard work and dedication in making the event highly successful. She further thanked the Advisory Council Chair, Dr. Pailla Malla Reddy for being the guiding spirit and inspiration to the Association, President Jhansi Reddy, Mohan Patalolla (Advisory Council Member), Mahender Musuku (President-Elect), Santosh Pathuri (T.A.T.A Internal affairs Coordinator), Ramesh Chandra (T.A.T.A National Coordinator), Rama Malladi (Board of Director), Dhanraj Seri (Regional Vice-President), Standing Committee chairs – Ravi Peddi, Venkat Mukkamala, Sudheer Miryala, Prudhvi Reddy, Prashanth Vemuganti, Satya Yalala, Baswaraj Tammaly and Sindhu Yalala, Regional Co-Coordinators – Srinivas Pathuri, Srinivas Dhulipala, Shyam Bhonagiri, Gangadhar Vuppala, Prashanth Chintawar, Vijay Vaidyula, Satish Mekala and Ashwin Gopalpuram for their continued mentoring and support in organizing the local events. She also thanked the NY core team members Ranjit Kyatham (RVP) and Ashok Chintakunta (SC) and Srinivas Gandham for their extended help.
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