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KHUSHII NGO, the pioneering organization founded by cricket legend Mr. Kapil Dev in 2003, recently announced the return of the Art Caravan to Hyderabad. The private viewing of this exquisite collection took place at Park Hyatt. Co-hosted by Parvathi Reddy, a distinguished board member of KHUSHII from the Southern region, the event was graced by Raj Thakur, Congress leader and MLA of Ramagundam.

The Art Caravan, known for its exclusive and meticulously curated artworks, is dedicated to raising funds for KHUSHII’s initiatives, particularly focused on education and mental wellbeing. As a Not-for-Profit Organization, KHUSHII has impacted over 1,85,000 beneficiaries across 78 schools pan-India.

The event promises an exceptional experience, showcasing unique art forms not typically available in Hyderabad. Following the success of the previous edition in New York in 2023, this year’s event aims to surpass expectations.

During the Hyderabad event, Kapil Dev expressed his commitment to serving society through initiatives like the Art Caravan. He highlighted the impact KHUSHII has made over its 21 years of operation, reaching approximately 2 lakh children across India. Reflecting on Hyderabad’s growth, Kapil Dev reminisced about the city’s transformation from a jungle to a bustling metropolis, noting its architectural evolution.

Parvathi Reddy provided insights into KHUSHII’s work, emphasizing its support for children’s mental and physical health alongside holistic development in schools. The exhibition featured around 300 paintings by artists from across India, contributing to the cause of child welfare.

KHUSHII’s activities in Telangana span Hyderabad, Peddapalli, and Rangareddy, encompassing eight schools and benefiting 2365 students. Founded by cricket legend Kapil Dev in 2003, KHUSHII NGO is dedicated to the holistic development of children across India, with a focus on education and mental wellbeing.

The Art Caravan serves as a platform for art enthusiasts to contribute to this noble cause while experiencing exceptional artworks. Special thanks were extended to patrons from Hyderabad, including Jagapathi Rao Jupally, GV Lakshmi & Hari Babu, Seema & Sushma Bopanna, and Sanjay & . Rachana Gaddipati, along with Manjula & Rajeev Reddy.

Ehe Art Caravan’s return to Hyderabad represents a convergence of art and philanthropy, embodying KHUSHII’s commitment to making a positive impact on children’s lives across India. Through such initiatives, the organization continues to inspire communities and foster holistic development.

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