“Do not let kindness leave you, Bind it around your neck. Write it on the tablet of your heart.”

Christmas is considered to be a festival of joy and euphoria. Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind; to cherish peace and goodwill and to be plenteous in mercy. But there are numerous aspects of joy. Somewhere within the lines, giving joy to others can enrich the experience of Christmas. That’s what Jesus teaches us to do, does he not? To help humankind and to bring out its ultimate potential for the overall well-being of the society.

With this benevolent mind-set, AIESEC in Delhi Universitypresents to you BALAKALAKAAR- an event that caters to the underprivileged and an event that truly defines what Christmas means to the younger generation. A platform that portrays talents hidden within the undermined. A day revealing the true magic and spirit of life and dreams.


AIESEC in Delhi University conducted their Balakalakaar pre-event on the 25th of December at Prayas Institute of Juvenile Justice, Tughlakabaad. It was a Christmas celebration along with a birthday celebration for all the kids present. Over the course of the event, the children danced and had fun with the members of AIESEC, while they enjoyed their birthday cakes and goodies. The children warmed up to the members and did not want the day to come to an end. The main focus of the event was the overall growth and development of young minds. The pre-event, engaged children in creative arts workshops, talent competitions, dance, and multi-dimensional educational sessions conducted by members of AIESEC in Delhi University. The day was enjoyed in its true spirit of the season, the spirit of joy.

The location chosen for this year’s main event, scheduled to take place on the 28th of December, in Delhi Technological University, Rohini. Despite being enrolled in schools and being taken care by various NGOs, the kids are deprived of the basic necessities and are not privileged even with a percent of what they deserve and this deters them from believing in their dreams and living the life of prosperity.The event mainly consists of a painting competition, games, awareness sessions and several other activities that celebrate the spirit of Balkalakaar. And, AIESEC DU is not alone in this, with a number of volunteers, the organisation aims to celebrate the sheer essence of the day. The volunteers mainly consist of students from different colleges of Delhi.

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About Divyansh Pandey

Divyansh Pandey is a living oxymoron. He is impatient yet lethargic, a serial procrastinator yet worries the most about deadlines that hover like dementors. The rare times he is not suppressing a stressful tantrum, he eats, watches football (tries failingly not to become one) and presses random keys on the keyboard in a bid to create his own form of magic :)