Mr Niranjan Gulvady, an retired IIT engineer and accomplished Harmonica player, spent an evening with our residents and team and brightened all our spirits.
He played old melodies, Mera Naam Chin Chin Chu; Chandani Raatein and so many other memorable melodies and transported all our residents to their youth. A night of music and nostalgia was nourished by a lovely spread of snacks, drinks and cake which everyone loved.
Some of the residents danced to the songs and some even got the opportunity to do a ball room dance on these evergreen songs – a welcome change for all!
Later in the evening, Sanctus’s young team took over and danced away to Zingat from the Marathi movie Sairat which capped the enjoyable evening.
Calling out to Musicians:
SRCF encourages young or old musicians, whether professional or amateurs to sing, play an instrument or dance at its Old Age Home in Baner.
In case you are interested to perform, and practice while doing good, give us a shout. Please call +91 9595157011 or email us at hello@ src.foundation
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Mr. Santha Kumar Deaver, a music teacher from ‘Good Samaritan School’ organized Christmas carols for senior citizens at SRCF’s old age home on 20th December 2017.
A group of 50 students visited old age home to celebrate the joy and peace of Christmas and sang melodious songs for them. The elders were very happy, overjoyed and cheered for the students and some even danced and sang with them. Christmas spirit was evident and showed within all the elders and youngsters alike.
Cakes and sweets were distributed to everyone. It was overwhelming to see elders face lit up with joy during these moments of Christmas Celebrations. Just like Santa’s gifts for children on Christmas Eve, this was a priceless gift from these students to our elders at Home.