Delhi shg will meet (21 august 2011) on sunday at 11 a.m. in “AKSHARDHAM TEMPLE”.. please contact abhishek (9873492722), or mr.Lalit panday (9911566740). thank u……..

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5 thoughts on “DELHI SHG MEETING


    (August 18, 2011 - 5:45 pm)

    m coming…..


    (August 18, 2011 - 6:54 pm)

    most welcome……….


    (August 19, 2011 - 9:39 am)

    Is there similar meeting in mumbai too ?


    (August 22, 2011 - 7:01 am)

    Hi Friends,

    Finally on the initiative of Abhishek, the Delhi SGC meeting took place on 20th Aug 2011. We all gathered at Akshardham Metro Station. There were Abhishek, Umesh, Lalit, Arun and me. There was one more person, I forgot his name. The meeting started with introduction round and later we spoke on a given topic. We had a good discussion and conversation. When the meeting wound up, we decided to go to support Anna Hazare at Ramlila Maidan. We had banners (A4) with us like" 1. Indian Stammering Association supports you Anna'2. Mai Bhi Anna, Tu Bhi Anna, TISA" 3. Members of Indian Stammering Association are with you, Anna? Some pictures were taken at Akshardham Metro Station which will be uploaded by Umesh. On the ways to Ramlila Maidam, we were part of the crowd and raised our voice and announced the slogans. The volume of our voice was very good. Displaying the banner of stammering was a bit difficult but we all did it bravely. Many people asked me what's TISA and I told them that it's a group of Haklane wale logo ka" Believe me when I was using Haklana word, I had not hesitation which was a very good thing for me as I used to avoid Haklana word in life. Our main motive for going there was just to kill our fear of stammering. Going in front of a big crowd with the banners displaying a stammering word was not easy but we wanted to grasp this opportunity to explore ourselves which we did. This experience has given us a great confidence to speak in public. This moment is a memorable moment of my life.

    With regards


    (August 22, 2011 - 7:55 am)

    Paaji tusi to cha gaye ji 🙂 Congratulations to all of you for being brave and doing what you had to do!

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