Photography Exhibition to raise funds for Multiple Sclerosis

Clicked2Help presents “Spirit of India”, an exhibition of photographs showcasing various facets of a vibrant and colorful India at Venkatappa Art Gallery (VAG). The exhibition will be inaugurated on 13 th May, 2016 and will go on till 22 nd May, 2016.

The members of TGIS (“Thank God It’s Saturday, a city-based photographers’ group), have come together for the fourth year running to conduct this exhibition.

This group represents a wide spectrum of the society including students, IT professionals, businessmen, and entrepreneurs etc. The amateur and experienced members all join hands to conduct this exhibition every year for a noble cause.

The funds collected from the sale of photographs during the exhibition will be  donated to Multiple Sclerosis Society of India (MSSI).

The “Spirit of India” this year is sponsored by Vikram Hospitals, and the exhibition will be inaugurated by Raam Reddy, director of the movie “Thithi”.

Do visit in large numbers and help the cause of research about Multiple Sclerosis.

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