From 27 to 28 September, EO Gujarat hosted a two-day MyEO event that engaged countless members from nine EO India chapters and three from EO Singapore. The theme of this Navrang Navratri event was “Learn. Network. Swirl. Shine.” Participants were exposed to different aspects of the local culture, cuisine, festivals and society, while also engaging a Hindu religious observance. EO Singapore’s Arvind Agarwalla, an event attendee, shares his insights on this once-in-a-lifetime experience:
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