Saharasri is widely known for his commitments and social initiatives to make India a better nation. Having this as his major goal, he has put a lot of efforts working on the issues concerning the development and growth of the country. With the major aim of addressing the country’s present state of affairs, a Summit named Think With Me, was organized by Sahara on 18 December 2016. The star-studded and jubilant event focused on the economic, political, development, business, education and social scenario of the nation.
The event was held at Hotel Vivanta by Taj, Lucknow, on Sunday, 10 am onwards. It was attended by distinguished personalities as speakers and panelists during different sessions of the summit. A number of eminent personalities such as Akhilesh Yadav, Baba Ramdev, Amitabh Bachchan, Ghulam Nabi Azad and Sania Mirza, among others graced the summit with their presence. The celebrities enlightened the audience with their vision on building a greater India.
Lasting whole day, ‘Think With Me’ Summit also featured the launch of Saharasri Subrata Roy’s second book in his trilogy. In his previous bestseller, ‘Life Mantras’, he penned down his life experiences and the way he chose to battle them. He expressed his views eloquently as to how self-assurance maps your way to victory.
The event was covered live by Sahara’s National News Channel Samay; four Regional Channels, UP
– Uttarakhand, MP – Chhattisgarh, Bihar – Jharkhand and Rajasthan. There was also an extensive coverage on Sahara’s 41 editions of National Daily Rashtriya Sahara and 14 editions of Urdu Daily Roznama.
A personalized broadcast of this event was telecasted in Urdu language too. The successful Think With Me summit concluded with an exclusive session, ‘Subrata Roy in Conversation with Suhel Seth’.
It’s both incredible and sad as how major problems, the world and our country faces, can be solved by taking quite simple measures. If human choose to be a little less selfish and greedy, kids will not die, poor won’t commit suicide and even wars can be prevented.