Ideas India, an initiative led and driven by the Kamalnayan Bajaj Fellows, encourages discussion on a set of pressing themes and critical challenges faced by society. The event draws an eclectic set of leaders and thinkers from across sectors and regions to engage in text-based dialogues and specially curated sessions designed to help reflect on one’s values and spur them into action.
The theme for this year was “Bridgnig Divides”. The event aimed to encourage individuals to come together, heal divisions, and build connections. This theme emphasizes the importance of finding common ground and recognizing our shared humanity, transcending differences.
The event took place in Hyderabad from September 1st to 3rd. One notable aspect of the event was the Socratic Dialogue, a unique and reflective module organized by Ananta Centre. There was a theatre workshop led by the CCDC group, during this 3 hours session, topics such as humility, selflessness, humanity, and honesty were discussed and left a positive and heartwarming impact on the participants, further emphasizing the importance of these values in bridging divides and building connections among people.
The programe was attended by over 70 Fellows & Trustees along with their spouses.