Soreng (West Sikkim)
In the aegis of Sikkim Sisters centered on International Women’s Day at Soreng’s Community Building, Soreng, under the aegis of Sikkim sister and Drishti Foundation Trust celebrated International Women’s Day in Soreng.
Chief Minister Prem Singh Golay’s wife Sharda Tamang was present as a chief guest in the program. Press Advisor to his Chief Minister CP Sharma, President of Vishwa Hindu Parishad Sikkim Province Somnath Pandey, ADC Gayas Pega, Soreng Mahakuma Subordinated Divisional Women Officer, Sikkim Sister President of Non-Govt. Institute Jammu Sherpa, Women celebrities and students of different areas of the state were present.
Senior Journalist Nita Niras, Journalist Kavita Sharma, Deepa Ghising, Advocate Pooja Lamichhane, Deputy Director of Cooperative Department Savina Rai, Ravina Bista, Sakun Subba, Geeta Chhetri, Ruksana Khatun, Dear Dahal, Infield Motor Bike Association Sikkim, Inner Wheel Gantok, Community Health Centre staff, Asha staff and pacific cleaning staff respectively Amber Singh Subba, Salina Rai, Pasangit Bhotiya, Rohit Rai, Kiran BK, Vijay Rai, Rajman Rai, Suman Rai, Subham Tamang are the main guest in the program. A special guest was honored by Bahuli. Today’s chief guest in the program, Chief Minister’s wife Sharda Tamang was also felicitated by the organizing committee by giving her a memorial symbol.
Remember, the United Nations has approved the International Women’s Day as an annual program on the day of March. The program started in, when almost labourers working in New York City protested demanding working hours, hike pay, and the right to vote. One year later, the American Samajwadi Party started celebrating National Women’s Day for the first time. But the thing that made this day international came to mind of a woman named Clara Jetkin. She presented her views at the Women’s International Conference in Copenhagen in At this conference hundred female representatives of Twenty-county were present, all welcomed Clara’s advice. After that, International Women’s Day was first celebrated in Austria, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland for the first time. Its century was celebrated in the year The world is celebrating the th International Women’s Day this year, i.e.
The United Nations started celebrating formally from, said it got internationally recognized. The United Nations celebrated International Women’s Day for the first time in with the slogan to celebrate its past, plan for the future. International Women’s Day is being organized as a celebration of the progress of women in society, politics and economics. Also, demonstrations against inequality and discrimination against women are also being organized.
International Women’s Day will be celebrated on 8th of March. When Clara imagined International Women’s Day, there was no special day to celebrate. There was no clarity on which day to celebrate this day until Russian women performed for four days with the demand of bread and peace in The then Russian jars should leave power and the interim government also gave women the right to vote. According to the Julian calendar used in Russia, the day the Russian women started protests was Sunday, February According to the Gregorian Calendar, March was th of the day. From that day, International Women’s Day has been celebrated in st March.
International Women’s Day highlighting colors are purple, green and white. Purple is an indicator of justice and dignity according to the International Women’s Day campaign. Green is the color of hope. White is taken as an indicator of purity. These three colours were set by Belait’s Women’s Social and Political Association WSPU in the year. National holiday is given on International Women’s Day in many countries including Russia. In Russia, the sale of flowers is doubled in three-four days around March. Women are given a half-day holiday in China on th March. On the occasion of International Women’s Day in Italy, people give each other shirish flowers. The starting reason of this tradition is obvious. But this trend is believed to have started in Rome after World War II. In America, March is celebrated as a month of women history. International Women’s Day is observed with various programs around the world advocating for peace, justice, human rights, gender equality, and women empowerment.
The program was addressed by Chief Guest Chief Minister’s wife Sharda Tamang, Chief Minister’s Press Advisor CP Sharma, President of Vishwa Hindu Parishad Sikkim Province Somnath Pandey, President of Sikkim Sister Organization Jammu Sherpa, BDO Savina Subba and other speakers.