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Nita Ambani gave special gift to women on International Woman’s Day, launched social media platform

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New Delhi. On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Chairperson of Reliance Foundation Nita Ambani launched a digital platform specifically made for women. It is the first of its kind digital networking platform aimed at empowering women and working for the upliftment of women globally. The ‘Harsarkill’ platform will provide a safe medium for women for participation, networking and mutual support. ‘Harsarkill’ has been created as a worldwide digital group of women. It will start with Indian women, but the path of women’s participation around the world will also be open. It is a social media platform that will cater to the growing needs of women of all ages and economic social backgrounds, their aspirations, ambitions and dreams.

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Most learned from home, daughter and daughter-in-law
At the launch, Reliance Foundation chairperson Nita Ambani said that incredible things happen when women take care of women. I have been surrounded by strong women throughout my life, from whom I learned compassion, resilience and positivity; And in return I tried to impart the same learning to others. I grew up in a family of 11 girls, where I was taught to believe in myself. Unconditional love and trust I got from my daughter Isha to make my dreams come true. I learned sympathy and patience from my daughter-in-law Shloka. Whether it is women working with me at the Reliance Foundation or national and international women leaders, our shared experiences have taught me that our struggles and victories are intertwined with each other.

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Can make a wide circle
Nita Ambani further said that I am happy that through ‘Harsarkil’ we can create a wide circle of support and solidarity for millions of women. In which every woman will be welcome. With 24 × 7 global networking, digital revolution and collaboration, Harsarkil will welcome the ideas and initiatives of women of all cultures, communities and countries. Equality and Sisterhood will be the specialty of this platform.

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Will be a one-stop destination
‘Harsarkill’ will be a one-stop destination for providing material related to women. It will be attractive and full of the content of women development. Women will be able to connect with each other through social media platforms. Videos can be seen here. Along with this, articles of finance, work, personality development, community service, beauty, fashion, entertainment, creative self-expression will be read. Articles on solution-oriented life strategies covering women’s active participation in public life will also be found here.

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Will get free advice
Reliance’s expert panel on the platform will provide free advice to women on health, welfare, education, entrepreneurship, finance, philanthropy and leadership. There will also be job-friendly profile opportunities in the upskilling and job section. Women can also learn the tricks of becoming successful businessmen through digital courses here.

Will be for women only
The social networking part of ‘Harsarkill’ will be for women only and only. While the section with video and articles will be open to all. Due to social networks being reserved for women only, women will be able to make new friends and ask questions without hesitation. A special chatroom has been created for finance management and health related questions. A special Every Good Habit app tracker for fitness, pregnancy and parenting related topics will also be available in it.

Apps will open on desktop and mobile
Harsarkill is a website to open on desktop and mobile. It is available free on the Google Play Store and the My Jio App Store. In Harsarkil, users can register for free. Right now this website is available in English, later it will be launched in other Indian languages.

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