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Meera Gandhi hosts book talk in Williamsburg

Gandhi is an award-winning humanitarian, philanthropist, social activist, businesswoman and mental wellness advocate.

Meera Gandhi's book talk event at Club Curious in Williamsburg. Images - Mohammad JAFFER / Snaps India

A book talk event for, Indian-origin author, Meera Gandhi's book - 3 Tips: The Essentials for Peace, Joy and Success, was recently held at Club Curious in Williamsburg. The event was scheduled and planned by Gandhi's son Kabir Gandhi and daughter Madame Gandhi who flew from San Francisco to surprise their mother.  The media reports claimed the book talk was a huge success. Gandhi is a humanitarian, philanthropist, social activist, businesswoman and mental wellness advocate.

Meera Gandhi with her family. Image - Mohammad JAFFER / Snaps India

Moderated by influencer Leiti Hsu, the event featured discussions ranging from accomplishments, success, and tools for leading a calm and fulfilling life. It was attended by a young crowd of influencers and Gen Z as well as prominent individuals from the Indian community like Reshma Patel, Miriam Belov, and Adrianna Shaw owner of Herflix.

Meera Gandhi speaking at the event. Image- Mohammad JAFFER / Snaps India

The audience heard Gandhi speak about friendship, good parenting, and self-belief and celebrated each other's victory at the event. In the beginning Madame Gandhi shared her music album with the gathering. "Most people remarked while leaving the event that they left full of hope and positivity for the future!" a press statement read.

Image- Mohammad JAFFER / Snaps India‌

Meera Teresa Gandhi is the daughter of an Irish mother and an Indian father. Growing up in India, she volunteered to teach dance at Ashadaan, a home for abandoned and differently-abled children, the destitute, and HIV-positive people run by Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity. With a passion for charitable work, Gandhi founded 'The Giving Back Foundation' with her husband. She has received many awards, including the Humanitarian Award of the Year from the Mayor's Office of NY City in 2015.