The global pandemic Covid-19 has adversely affected every single individual across the globe. At this moment of global health crisis,administration the London based bridal designer Sanyukta Shrestha is been busy supporting the front line health professionals using her professional skills on garments.
The bridal designer Sanyukta and her team has been making PPE face shields for frontline healthcare professionals of National Health service, NHS and face masks for care workers across England since Covid-19 brought life to a halt. The designer has also been active in providing relief to vulnerable groups in Nepal.
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Ameya, might only be a 5-year old but she brings a strong message of hope and positivity that has truly inspired all of us. The little girl Ameya is devoting time during her school lockdown to protect our precious heroes by sewing rainbow masks. The rainbow has been a symbol of hope and gratitude for all the hard work and devotion of the NHS. What makes the power of kindness unique, is the fact the little Ameya’s sewing serves the higher purpose. . . 'As a mother this home-schooling experience has been so heart-warming and seeing my little girl's act of kindness has been so inspiring. She had so many complaints for me that she couldn't play even during lockdown but when I explained the purpose of my work why I am busy making PPE & masks, she not just seemed understood but wanted to give hands to me. A new Ameya immersed with such inborn skill with a few minutes of guidance she started sewing effortlessly. My eyes couldn't believe so I started recording her video & photos. A rather beautiful cohesive approach of play and sharing compassion for the people & nation, a family team started”. – Sanyukta Shrestha (MUM) . . . Full blog link in bio . . . . . . #carenhs #nhsheroes #rainbowsofhope #holdstill2020 #internationalnursesday #staysafe❤️ @nhsengland @nhsmillion @nhs @nhscharitiestogether @Nationalportraitgallery
The designer’s five year old daughter Ameya has also been getting creative during this period of home-learning as well. She has also been involved making face masks for the NHS Heroes. Ameya herself has made rainbow masks. As mentioned by Sanyukta, her husband and daughter both have been incredible team to work with. She states that their team is using design, craft and compassion to create important pieces to serve the brave warriors to fight against the Pandemic.
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WE 💕 NHS HEROES | Our tiny member of the team 5 years old Ameya @ameyajourney has been enthusiastically learning & making mask alongside me (her mother) to pay our gratitude for NHS & key workers. This is the first #rainbow mask she designed & stitched for precious NHS nurse at Lincoln County Hospital @charlotteprimrose who always smiles and says ‘this is part of my duty to save lives’. Beautiful inside out, we have great respect for all the doctors, nurses and key workers like Charlotte across the world.🙏✊💕 – #sanyuktashrestha . . . #nhsheroes #keyworkers #mask4alluk #keyworkersupport #spreadlove #spreadkindness
Likewise Sanyukta and her team has also supported Aama & all the residents of ‘Aamako Ghar’ with the special masks been made by them. Aamako Ghar is located in Kathmandu that has been sheltering 86 homeless elderly women & orphans since 1999.