Not only Mumbai’s first online cultural fest, but the first of its kind in the history of Rotaract, the Rotaract Club of Lokhandwala has come up with RcLit. With the theme of “Achieving the Unachievable”, this fest not only promotes culture, art, fervour, passion, talent but it also brings people who have achieved various feats in their life by fighting for what they truly wanted. With 1000+ participants from all over the world, this fest is as diverse as it can get, with no barriers in any way.
There are more than 15 events of different kinds, ranging from photography, cooking, fashion, literary and performing arts, and many more. RcLit provides a platform for each individual to be able to express themselves freely and get the audience and the experience that they might not have gotten otherwise. Not only that, they are bringing community development and highlighting various social stigmas as well as fighting them.
Covering stories of sexual abuse victims, queer struggles, physically disable people, TedX speakers, millionaires, to those who consider two meals a day a luxury, they are trying to bring a change in the society by producing stories that are inspiring, heartwarming, and deserve to be heard. They are carrying out several campaigns to promote mental health awareness and bring a platform for people to talk about such topics.
They are also bringing a cultural change in the way fests are carried out, especially with respect to the pandemic and the lockdown that is taking place. But that did not stop these young minds from giving back to the community and putting their best foot forward.
Catch RcLit happening on the Rotaract Club of Lokhandwala’s Instagram page, with more than 1lakh impressions and 15000 people hooked on a daily basis.
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