The recent star swimmer Gaurvi Singhvi, who has brought laurels to her home state Rajasthan by becoming first swimmer to cross sea-link to Gateway of India, was felicitated by Rajasthan Forum on her remarkable achievement at Hotel ITC Rajputana.
Speaking at the event, a confident Gauravi Singhvi said, “The journey of my achievement would not be possible without extreme support of my parents, friends, and coaches. They have stood by me in all times and have encouraged me through out. I would like to thank Rajasthan Forum for their affection. I have got lot of motivation today and I assure you that I would perform better and make everyone proud by my future endeavors. “ On this occasion, Culturist Sundeep Bhutoria said, “ Just before few days to Rajasthan Divas, Gauravi has given all of us an astonishing gift by creating this record. We all are proud of her.”
Addressing the audience, Apra Kuchhal, executive secretary, Rajasthan Forum said, “ Rajasthan Forum is a platform that meant to promote Rajasthani art, culture, literature, music, dance, theatre & other forms of performing arts and individuals. It is indeed a pride moment for us to felicitate the young talent called Gauravi Singhvi. She has indeed made the state and all of us proud.”
On this occasion, members from other organizations ie Aarohini, Divas, FICCI FLO, FICCI Rajathan, Grassroot Media Foundation, Help in Suffering, Hotel & Restaurant Association, ITC Rajputana Women Chapter, Jaipur Citizen’s Forum, People’s Media Theatre, Raghu Sinha Mala Mathur Memorial Trust, Rang Mastane, Rajputana Automative Sports Car Club, Shruti Mandal, Spagia, We care, Rajasthan Film Trade and Promotion Council , Roop Rang Kala Sanskar and others also greeted and felicitated Gaurvi. Alongside the ceremony, a painting was being created which was signed by all the dignitaries present. The painting was then gifted to Singhvi as a token of encouragement.
14 Years old Gaurvi Singhvi, a resident of Udaipur is a promising talent of Indian Swimming. She Covered the distance of 36 Kms in 6Hrs and 36 Mnts, and become the first swimmer to cross this pass. Her age and time taken made this record more remarkable. In such a young age, Gaurvi has become a source of inspiration for budding talents.