India’s premier female rock band Meri Zindagi will perform in the Kashmir valleys on October 9-10. Group members will promote girls’ education, menstrual hygiene, human rights and independence through music.
The Lucknow-based group will perform in a musical concert to disseminate information and educate local girls and women about the different dimensions of life that surround a woman. The rock band will not only give a performance, but will also organize a discussion session, especially for young female students, to talk about education, health and equality.
Meri Zindagi, India’s premier female rock band.
On the occasion of the International Day of the Girl on October 11, this two-day program was organized by the Indian Army in Kashmir solely for the upliftment of girls so that they can also be made aware of the changes that are taking place. in the world in all their aspects.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
As part of the âWinning Hearts and Mindsâ (WHAM) campaign and the SADBHAVANA campaign, the Indian military has taken the initiative to spread a sense of development in the remote areas of Sudoor in Kashmir. But, this time it’s unique because a girl’s rock band has been invited. On October 9, they will visit parts of the Machhal district to talk about empowerment and career opportunities for women. The best part is that the songs that would be performed by the band will also carry a similar message.
ABOUT MERI ZINDAGI’S MISSION
Meri Zindagi is the country’s premier female missionary rock band. They focus on specially composed music to raise awareness on various issues and topics. They have done over 350 shows. Dr Jaya is the frontman of the group, who also writes lyrics and composes tunes. Other members of the group include Niharika Dubey, Purvi Malviya, Saubhagya Dikshit, and Meghna Srivastava. The group has a magenta dress code and aspires to connect with the hearts of girls.
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