13 November 2023


Bharat Soka Gakkai (BSG) conducted yet another inspirational exhibition at GGDSD College, KheriGurna, Banur. Around 200 students and teachers including 60 students from Govt. Sr. Sec. School Mohi Khurad, Rajpura and faculty from Footwear Design and Development Institute (FDDI), Banur actively participated in this exhibition, all united in their commitment to embracing Sustainable Human Behavior (SHB) as a fundamental lifestyle and contributing actively to global sustainability efforts.

Divided into five segments, namely, “Inspire, Learn, Reflect, Empower, Act & Lead”, the SOHA exhibition brings about various crucial aspects of fostering sustainability. The students of GGDSD College, KheriGurna,Banur took on the noble task of explaining the exhibition panels with utmost grit and passion. This hands-on practical experience allowed them to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges associated with achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Visitors and attendees of the exhibition were profoundly moved with the theme of the exhibition and unanimously applauded BSG for its thoughtful initiative in bringing this event to the community. The attendees took a pledge to these positive changes in their respective communities, taking on the responsibility of making the world a better place through individual actions.

The SOHA exhibition at SD College served as a path breaking initiative, motivating all attendees to play a pivotal role in building a sustainable and better world.

 Bharat Soka Gakkai (BSG) is dedicated to promoting happiness and peace for all through various activities in peace, culture, education, and sustainability. With over 275,000 voluntary members across 600 Indian towns and cities, BSG aims to create a ‘New Age in India’ where the dignity of all life is respected. BSG’s ‘BSG for SDG’ initiative, launched in 2021, focuses on achieving Sustainable Development Goals through Sustainable Human Behaviour. 


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