23rd November, 2023
Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi

On November 23, 2023, the District Institution of Education & Training (DIET), Rajinder Nagar Branch, New Delhi, was the proud host of the 100th SOHA exhibition, organized by Bharat Soka Gakkai (BSG). This milestone event celebrated BSG’s enduring dedication to promoting environmental consciousness and empowering individuals to embrace sustainable practices. The exhibition, held in conjunction with the Institute’s Green Skills workshop, engaged over 180 teachers from various districts, highlighting BSG’s commitment to fostering a culture of sustainability and supporting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

SOHA Exhibition Celebrates a Century of Inspiring Sustainable Actions at DIET, Rajinder Nagar

Since its establishment in 2021, the SOHA exhibition has embarked on a transformative journey, captivating audiences across India’s educational landscape. This 100th exhibition, a testament to BSG’s unwavering commitment, emphasized the interconnectedness of humanity with the natural world and advocated for a paradigm shift towards “Sustainable Human Behavior” (SHB). The exhibition’s structured segments, ‘Inspire’, ‘Learn’, ‘Reflect’, ‘Empower’, ‘Act & Lead’, took visitors on an enlightening journey of self-reflection and empowerment, encouraging them to embrace the transformative potential of individual actions in building a sustainable future.

BSG volunteers, with their passion and dedication, guided the audience through the exhibition, fostering meaningful discussions and inspiring teachers to integrate SHB practices into their classrooms and personal lives. The exhibition’s impact was evident as Dr. Anamika Singh, the Principal of DIET, Rajinder Nagar, expressed her heartfelt gratitude for the thought-provoking event, recognizing its significance in fostering green skills and individual responsibility.

The 100th SOHA Exhibition at DIET, Rajinder Nagar, not only celebrated a significant milestone for BSG but also reaffirmed its commitment to the SDGs and the cultivation of a culture of sustainability. It served as a powerful catalyst, igniting a passion for sustainability among educators and inspiring them to champion initiatives that will empower the next generation to become agents of change for a greener and more sustainable future. As the seeds of sustainable action continue to be sown, the SOHA exhibition remains a beacon of hope, empowering individuals to collectively create a more sustainable world, one step at a time.