A moment of honour, pride , joy and victory as Gallerist Amrita Kochhar Founder of both Nayan Naveli Gallery and NGO Nanak Sai charitable trust was the recipient of the Times woman Achievers award 2023 .
The award was given to Amrita in Dehradun in an event organised by the Times Group.
It was an overwhelming moment receiving the “Times Achievers Award ” by the Governor of Uttarakhand Sri Gurmit Singh. Amrita said “ I was indeed overwhelmed and full of gratitude”.
She claimed that this moment will forever be etched in her heart .
Amrita Kochhar believes in helping the underprivileged. This is what she feels is the key to a meaningful existence when you have something for yourself then the joy of giving back to society is what you are meant to do. Keeping this essence in her heart she went on to start Nanak Sai charitable trust four years ago and was given this award for her efforts towards social work and her contribution to society through her charitable trust “ Nanak Sai “
This trust is named after her late mother Dr Manjit Kochhar ( who was an eminent doctor ). Amrita feels pride in following her mothers footsteps.
Nanak Sai , strives to work hard for the underprivileged and works with slums and Basti all over Delhi.
It supports and help towards children with diseases.
It was an honour for my NGO to be recognised. This got me to get an award and this is just the start of doing more good work. This is the beginning of a new Chapter that I want to write and make life’s more joyous and colourful for others.
Having received the award at the beautiful event at Hyatt Dehradun.
Amrita said it was a joy to receive the award along with 45 other women recipients.
Nanak Sai continues to work hard , slow and steady to help facilitate resources to those in need.