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Rose Day 2002
Rose Day, held on September 22nd every year, is our way of showing cancer patients that we care. Here are some snapshots of the Mela held at our Srimati Panadevi Dalmia Cancer Management Centre at Mahalaxmi. Over 500 patients and their family members joined us in a day no one will ever forget.
Patients are greeted at the grand entrance. A section of the audience eagerly awaiting the entertainment programme Patients from our Rehabilitation Centre prepared a touching song which brought tears to everyone’s eyes.

Premier film star of yesteryears, Shashi Kapoor, made time to be with the patients and had his picture taken with them

To inaugurate the Mela, well known singer Abhijit and current Miss India, Shruti, released balloons into the air. A scintillating entertainment programme had been arranged.

Abhijeet regaled the audience by performing his popular songs from movies

A banglemaker who crafted beautiful shellac bangles in colours of your choice was on hand. The magician made flowers and birds appear and disappear, in the process making the patients fears and sorrows diappear, too.

All the women applied mehndi

Children got themselves tattooed Four games stalls including hoopla and shooting range challenged patients to try their hand and win prizes.

Patients could have as much delicious cotton candy as they wanted

Hot, buttery popcorn was made on the spot Cartoon characters, Tellytubby and Mickey Mouse played with the children

Children had a great time bouncing and jumping on the monster moonwalker

Everyone was given gifts donated by Marico Industries, Hindustan Lever, Ravalgaon, Colgate, Gillette, Horlicks, HPCL and Phillips packed in attractive bags sponsored by Aliman Sajadia Trust Nana Patekar visited the wards at Tata Memorial Hospital, giving each patient a rose and gifts, taking time to speak to each one.
On 20th September, Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh inaugurated Rose Day 2002 by giving the first rose to a cancer patient. They are seen here with state minister Kripa Shankar Sinh. Each patient was also given gifts and chocolates. Ram Prasad showed his own appreciation for the banning of gutkha in Maharashtra by the CM.
CPAA Pune celebrated Rose Day too. Children at their regular Leukemia Playgroup were given flowers, fruits and sweets. CPAA Pune donated bedsheets to the Command Hospital's Female ward. CPAA Pune Director, Dolly Rizvi, addressed a meeting at Cipla's Palliative Care Unit.
On 28th September, the grand finale of Rose Day was a joy ride on board Jet Airways flight which took the patients over Mumbai. Patients are seen boarding the flight. CPAA's Founder Chairman Y.K. Sapru and Jet Airway's Executive Director, Saroj K. Datta are seen on board the flight. A lucky few children were taken to the cockpit and introduced to the pilots.
Mrs. Kiran Hukku, director, CPAA Delhi is seen giving out flowers and gifts and smiles to patients in the cancer wards at AIIMS.  Former Miss India, Gul Panag seen feeding a child at the party Gul Panag, Bulbul Sharma and Anita Basu play with the children during a party on the occasion of Rose Day.
At Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology CPAA volunteers playing with children CPAA volunteers entertained the children with songs and music. A child at KMIO's Jindal ward plays with her new doll.