पीएनजी सन्सचा पोषक आहारासाठी पुढाकार

पुणे जिल्ह्यातील पाच ग्रामपंचयतीमधील गरजूंना व लहान मुलांना पोषक आहारातील घटक मिळावे या हेतूने पु. ना. गाडगीळ आणि सन्स लि.ने सामाजिक बांधिलकी उपक्रमा अंतर्गत ५०० लिटर दूध वाटपाचा उपक्रम हाती घेतली आहे. अक्षय तृतीया म्हणजे १४ मेपासून याची सुरवात झाली असून, ३१ ऑक्टोबरपर्यंत हा उपक्रम चालविला जाणार आहे. काही हजार गरजूंना या उपक्रमाामुळे फायदा होणार आहे. पी. एम. डी. मिल्क अँड फूड्सच्या माध्यमातून पिंपळी ग्रामपंचायतीच्या सदस्यांच्या उपस्थित कार्यक्रमाची सुरवात झाली. या वेळी पिंपळीच्या सरपंच मंगल केसकर यांच्यासह सुनील बनसोडे, प्रसिद्धी प्रमुख आबासाहेब देवकाते, स्वाती ढवाणपाटील, अजित थोरात, नवनाथ देवकाते आदी उपस्थित होते. बिजवडी या गावातही हा उपक्रम नुकताच सुरू झाला.

CSMVS partners with PNG Sons

CSMVS a leading museum of India has partnered with PNG Sons to craft an authentic Maharashtrian Jewellery and for conservation of tradition Indian art. PNG Sons has handcrafted 200 traditional Maharashtrian Jewellery such as Tanmani, Vjarateek, Taldali Pot (All neckpieces) etc for CSMVS Jewellery section. To showcase rich heritage of Maharashtra, CSMVS has recently opened Money & Traditional Jewellery sections. Ajit Gadgil, Chairman-Director P. N. Gadgil & Sons Ltd., Dr. Renu Gadgil, Director P. N. Gadgil & Sons Ltd. and Sabyasachi Mukherjee, CSMVS Director-General were present. PNG Sons is known for excellent craftsmanship, research and they have crafted jewellery from Mohenjodaro to 19 century jewellery. PNG Sons also have old dyes as well as their knowledge on traditional jewellery is impeccable.
Commenting on partnering with CSMVS Ajit Gadgil- Director Chairman said, “We are feeling proud as this is prestigious for us as CSMVS is India’s biggest museum. We have handcrafted all Mahrashtrian jewellery which is kept here and donated some of the jewellery. Apart from the jewellery business, we are committed for Art contribution and we are looking forward to work with CSMVS on new Art Initiative.”
CSMVS has a significant collection of jewellery, built over the years. It comprises of pieces from Harappan, Kausambi, gold and silver from early hoards, royal accoutrements and a vast range of traditional jewellery. This is the only jewellery in India and the first gallery dedicated to showcasing CSMVS jewellery collection.