Saptapari : Seven Angels, A Common Agenda – Women Empowerment
At a time when Women Empowerment is a burning question, Sydney is set to welcome seven dignified women – seven angels of Nepal to share a few words on the same. And, Everest View Travels (Sydney) has extended its hands of collaboration to Sydney based Nepalese Art and Cultural group, Nepindo Fusion, to realize this event, Saptapari, into a success. Saptapari, which translates to Seven Angels, is quite the fitting name because beauty or brains, you name it – these ladies have got it all. Here, Nepindo Fusion expects to echo the voice against domestic violence, an epidemy plaguing one of the fastest growing migrant community in Australia.
These women of the hour have won the hearts of millions not just with their beauty and talent but also with their contributions towards social change. We’ve been talking a whole lot about these women, but, who are they?
1 Nikita Chandak, won a million hearts in just the preliminary stages of Miss Nepal 2017, and an imminent victory was inevitable. She gave a hard time to all the other international participants and is the epitome for ‘beauty with brains’. Her activism in philanthropy and humanitarianism is highly resounded in her desire to attend Saptapari to help promote lives of young Nepalese. She is calm, composed and, out and out, wonderful.
2 Swastima Khadka is a celebrity crush to thousands of men all across the globe. ‘The nation’s Sajha Bhauju‘ enjoys a whopping 340k followers on instagram which spreads internationally and probably falls in the top 10 list for having the highest number of followers among Nepali celebrities. She rose to fame with a music video titled ‘Hunny Bunny 2’ and, then, produced hits after hits to become an accomplished actress.
3 Alisha Rai, a model, actress and a dancer, earned popularity for her dance performance in the movie ‘Loot 2’. Beauty is but a mere underappreciation against her exquisite looks and persona. Creativity surges through her and she loves art in every form.
4 Barsha Raut is all about oomph and enthusiasm. She is one of those dedicated actresses who gives it her all in any performance she makes. Her modeling and acting career saw a major breakthrough after appearing in a music video called ‘Khali’ and since then has delivered success after success. She is one of the most bankable star of Nepali cinema industry.
5 Sristi KC, the embodiment of empowerment, has fought all odds and is now the founder of ‘Blind Rocks’ aimed at developing workshops related to interpersonal skills, personality development, body language, non-verbal communication, dance and fashion. She has learned from her struggles and wants to help people tackle their obstacles. She is a true inspiration for all diffrently-able individuals around the world.
6 Benisha Hamal, a radio jockey, model and actress, can be seen performing several activities in favor of the society. She is an actress, known for Jhyanakuti (2017), Kalo Pothi (2015) and Mokshya (2014) and revels at the chance to do anything for the society.
7 Rajina Rimal was an instant hit because of her sweet and melodious voice. She claims her success is because of encouragement from her father and believes even a tincture of encouragement can take one mile further. She intends to be just that to young Nepali people at this event. Rajina Rimal is beautiful in both looks and voice.
In addition, Rakshya Singh Rana, the first woman Video Editor of Nepal, has been appointed as a team manager to make the overall operations with the seven beauties easier and to make taking better care of them .
Founder of Nepindo Fusion Usha Kiran Bariya Pokharel said the event is going to be unlike anything that Nepalese event organizers have tried in Australia before. She said, ” for us it’s not just an event its a movement.” Usha added, ‘A fashion show will be organized by Muku showcasing a fusion of authentic Nepali fabric ‘Dhaka’ into Western designs’.
10% of the collections made in the event through tickets sale will be donated to Jiwan Utthan, a charity organization run by former Miss Nepal Payal Shakya, who is currently based in Sydney’.
Everest view Travel Sydney is proud to be involved in such noble cause.
Seven ladies, one common agenda – Saptapari is lined up for July 28, 2018 at Sydney Town Hall. While voices of these women resonate across the Town Hall to strengthen the youth, entertaining performances will look to entice the audience. Say YES to Women Empowerment and Don’t forget to book your tickets. 😉