Bharat Samman Award for the Founder and CEO of Kids Play Foundation, Kalwinder (Kal) Dosanjh,  Co-Founder Nana’s Kitchen, Shelina Mawani and CEO of Real Estate Group, LANDPRO, Jas Sandhu

On October 26, 2018, Founder and CEO of Kids Play Foundation, Kalwinder (Kal) Dosanjh, received the prestigious Bharat Samman Award at the 30th annual NRI Parvasi Divas for his exemplary work as a Global Leader in Social Impact.

On October 26, 2018, Founder and CEO of Kids Play Foundation, Kalwinder (Kal) Dosanjh, received the prestigious Bharat Samman Award at the 30th annual NRI Parvasi Divas for his exemplary work as a Global Leader in Social Impact. The award was conferred upon Dosanjh in the presence of other decorated leaders at the House of Lords London, the second chamber of UK Parliament. (Photo with: Nadir Patel, Canadian high commissioner to India and Janice Charette, Canadian high commissioner to the UK)

Shelina received the honours for her work in promoting heritage and business entrepreneur work as a Global Leader. The award was conferred upon Shelina in the presence of other decorated leaders at the House of Lords London, the second chamber of UK Parliament. She would like to thank Mr. Manu Jagmohan Singh for this huge honor for which she is truly humbled.

Jas Sandhu also received the prestigious Bharat Samman Award for his exemplary work.

The Bharat Samman Award is bestowed upon a group of select People of Indian Origin (PIOs), living in India or abroad, for their outstanding achievements in their respective fields, and their contribution to the socio-economic development of India as well as their country of residence.

The award is conferred by the NRI Institute, a non-profit NGO, Registered body of PIOs connecting Indian Diaspora since 1989, as a platform to honour exceptional individuals and organizations for their global achievements, and to encourage overseas Indians to be a part of the socio-economic development of India. The recipients of The Bharat Samman Award demonstrate an understanding of a community’s needs through exemplary selfless voluntary service.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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