Honor Roll by
CRY America

ANAL SETH

CRY America thanks Anal Seth & Studio Dhoom for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to their dance event “Dance for a Cause” on December 7th, 2019 at the Freedom High School, Virginia & raising $2560 for the benefit of underprivileged children.
www.studiodhoom.com

SUJATHA SHARATH

CRY America thanks Sujatha Sharath & Narthanalaya School of Arts for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to the dance event "Nritya Mala 2019" on Nov 16 at the Hindu Cultural Center & raising $450 for the benefit of underprivileged children
www.narthanalaya.com

In memory of Monica Gautam

We wish to extend our heartfelt gratitude for the generous contribution of $30,000 in memory of Monica Gautam. Monica was a Project Manager at a large corporation in Washington D.C and had great compassion towards children from underprivileged backgrounds. She always had a special place in her heart for the health and education needs of children. CRY America is proud to honor her memory, by creating lasting change to children’s lives, through our Projects Vikas Samvad Samiti and Mitwa Mahila Kalyan Evam Samiti.

Asian Leadership Network at Baxter Healthcare Corporation

We wish to thank the Asian Leadership Network at Baxter Healthcare Corporation in Illinois for their Baxter Walk on September 25th with funds raised allocated to CRY America supported Project GVT in Gujarat.

Qualcomm

CRY Am is grateful to donation from Qualcomm for a charitable contribution of $10k towards general support

Mukund Padmanabhan & the Guru Krupa Foundation Inc.

CRY America is grateful for the donation of $5000 from Mukund Padmanabhan & the Guru Krupa Foundation Inc. directed towards Project Rural Workers Development Society working with underprivileged children in the state of Tamil Nadu. For more information on GK Foundation, please visit: http://www.guru-krupa.org/

HOLY MOGUL TOURING, INC

CRY America thanks HOLY MOGUL TOURING, INC for a generous donation of $20,000 in 2019 toward Major Gifts. We value your generous support.

Shruti & Anupam Yadav

CRY America thanks Shruti & Anupam Yadav for a generous donation of $13,000 in 2019 toward Project Sanlaap & VSS. We value your generous support.

Neelu & Samir Virmani

CRY America thanks Neelu & Samir Virmani for a generous donation of $10,500 in 2019 toward CRY Bay Area Dinner. We value your generous support.

Nilima & Anupam Jain

CRY America thanks Nilima & Anupam Jain for a generous donation of $11,000 in 2019 toward Project Sanlaap. We value your generous support.

Sangeeta Mudnal & Jigar Thakkaar

CRY America thanks Sangeeta Mudnal & Jigar Thakkaar for a generous donation of $10,000 in 2019 toward Project Empowering the Girl Child(Margadarshi). We value your generous support.

Arti Kulkarni & Ketan P Duvedi

CRY America thanks Arti Kulkarni & Ketan P Duvedi for a generous donation of $10,000 in 2019 toward Project Sanlaap & VSS. We value your generous support.

James Donaldson

CRY America thanks James Donaldson for a generous donation of $10,000 in 2019. We value your generous support.

CRY America thanks our below donors for a generous donation of $5000 & more in 2019. We value your generous support.


Donor Name Donated towards

REVATHY & AMIT DUVEDI

BA Dinner

KARAN & AVINA BAJAJ

BA Dinner

AMEYA & SARIKA LIMAYE

Project DEEP, Bihar & Project VSS, Madhya Pradesh

KARTIK & VAISHALI KARTIK

DEEP

KIRAN MANTRIPRAGADA & MUTHY PAPPU

BA Dinner

KARANDE FOUNDATION ( SHAWN KARANDE)

Houston Dinner

OMPRAKASH & JUHI AHUJA

Project PORD, Andhra Pradesh

GAURANG SHAH & SEEMA DESPANDE

NJ Dinner

SAMIR MANJURE & JAYA SHRIVASTAV

UPHAAR 2019

SUNIL & LEENA SHAH

UPHAAR 2019

RAJESH & PRACHI MUNSHI

UPHAAR 2019

BHARAT & CHANDRI THAKKAR

UPHAAR 2019

RAJA VENUGOPAL & MADHU GADDE

UPHAAR 2019

INDROJIT DEB

UPHAAR 2019

HEMANT & GEETA VYAS

UPHAAR 2019

CRY America thanks our below donors for donating $2500 & above in 2018. We value your generous support.


Donor Name Donor Name

PANKAJ MAHALWAR, AKSHAYA BHARGAVA, ANIT WALIA

DEEPALI & ABHIJIT TAMHANE

ANJANA SANTHANAKRISHNAN & SRIRAM SUNDARARAJAN

AVANISH MISHRA, MAYANK UPADHYAY

DAVID & CLAMI CORHORT

MINESH & Kamini PATEL

JAYAPRAKASH & LALITA KRISHNAMOORTHY

SURYA & MANI NALLASIVAN

RAMAMURTHY & SAVITA VAIDHYANATHAN

VINAY & MEGHANA PATWARDHAN

CHAITANYA & RENU UPADHYAY

MOHINI BORGAONKAR

GRANITI VICENTIA LLC (SRINI RAO)

MR. & MRS. SWATANTRA JAIN

SUNITHA & ANIL KINI

SITAL MODY, INDERJEET SINGH

DYNAMIC WIRELESS, INC (PARAMPAL GHAI & JASLEEN KAUR)

SOL TRADING

HUM HINDUSTANI (JAY SINGH ),

KALYAN & PIA DAS

NATASHA & GAURAV SHARMA

MEDHA & DEVEN PARLIKAR,

ANUPAMA & DURGA MALLADI

ROBERTA & PRASANNA INAMDAR

NAKUL DUGGAL & SONALI SONI

MAHASWETA SARKAR

PREMAL & NITA KAZI

RAKESH & NEERA GROVER

RAJESH JHA, MANISH MITTAL

JIGAR SHAH, NIVEDITA DESHPANDE

SUMEDH & APARNA DARDE

VIJAY & SITA VASHI

JIGAR THAKKAR & SANGEETA MUDNAL

CRY America thanks JIGAR THAKKAR & SANGEETA MUDNAL for their generous donation of $27,500 in 2018.

KETAN P DUVEDI & ARTI KULKARNI

CRY America thanks KETAN P DUVEDI & ARTI KULKARNI for their generous donation of $10,000 in 2018.

ROBERT & COCO BARNUM

CRY America thanks ROBERT & COCO BARNUM for their generous donation of $10,000 in 2018.

PRITHVIPAL LIKHARI

CRY America thanks PRITHVIPAL LIKHARI for the generous donation of $10,000 in 2018.

GOBIND & NARAIN KAMNANI

CRY America thanks REVATHY & AMIT DUVEDI for their generous donation of $9,500 in 2018.

SATWANT NARULA

CRY America thanks ANIT WALIA for the generous donation of $7,902 in 2018.

JUUHI & PRAKASH AHUJA

CRY America thanks REVATHY & AMIT DUVEDI for their generous donation of $6,500 in 2018.

REVATHY & AMIT DUVEDI

CRY America thanks REVATHY & AMIT DUVEDI for their generous donation of $6,000 in 2018.

ANIT WALIA

CRY America thanks ANIT WALIA for the generous donation of $6,000 in 2018.

SHEFALI & SUMEET SALWAN

CRY America thanks SHEFALI & SUMEET SALWAN for their generous donation of $6,000 in 2018.

KARTIK & VAISHALI PARAMASIVAM

CRY America thanks KARTIK & VAISHALI PARAMASIVAM for their generous donation of $5,500 in 2018.

SUMIT GANGULI

CRY America thanks SUMIT GANGULI for the generous donation of $5,400 in 2018.

RAJESH & Prachi MUNSHI

CRY America thanks RAJESH & Prachi MUNSHI for their generous donation of $5,138 in 2018.

KIRAN MANTRIPRAGADA

CRY America thanks KIRAN MANTRIPRAGADA for the generous donation of $5,000 in 2018.

JAYSHREE & ROGER SAWHNEY

CRY America thanks JAYSHREE & ROGER SAWHNEY for their generous donation of $5,000 in 2018.

CHAITANYA UPADHYAY

CRY America thanks CHAITANYA UPADHYAY for the generous donation of $5,000 in 2018.

RAJA VENUGOPAL & MADHU GADDE

CRY America thanks Raja Venugopal & Madhu Gadde for their generous donation of $5,000 in 2018.

APRAJITA RATHORE & RAVI RAMAMOORTHY

CRY America thanks APRAJITA RATHORE & RAVI RAMAMOORTHY for their generous donation of $5,000 in 2018.

PRAKASH KONDEPUDI & USHA RAO

CRY America thanks PRAKASH KONDEPUDI & USHA RAO for their generous donation of $5,000 in 2018.

HEMANT & GEETA VYAS

CRY America thanks HEMANT & GEETA VYAS for their generous donation of $5,000 in 2018.

Amrita Biswas

CRY America thanks Amrita Biswas and Aarohan Music Academy for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to their 9th Annual Music Recital which raised $3000 for the benefit of underprivileged children. The event was held on March 23, 2019 at the Marvin Ridge High School, Waxhaw

SHILPA TORVI

CRY America thanks Shilpa Torvi & Dikshaa Dance Academy for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to their dance event “Veernagana”on April 20th, 2019 at the Evergreen Valley College, San Jose & raising $500 for the benefit of underprivileged children.

Sudha Grover

CRY America thanks Sudha Grover & Sudhamini Dance Academy for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to their dance event “Nritya Dhoom 2019”on June 22nd, 2019 at the Middlesex County College Performing Arts Center, NJ & raising $1500 for the benefit of underprivileged children. www.facebook.com/sudhaminidanceacademy/

Charulatha Jayaraman

CRY America thanks Supriya Venkata Kotnani, Ananya Sundararajan, Nakshatra Srinivasan and their Guru Charulatha Jayaraman, founder of Shrishti School of Performing Arts for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to their Arangetrams & solo events and raised $5,699 for underprivileged children. www.charulatha.com

Amrita Biswas

CRY America thanks Amrita Biswas and Aarohan Music Academy for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to their 8th Annual Music Recital which raised $4000 for the benefit of underprivileged children. The event was held on March 17th 2018 at the Dana Auditorium.

Sushmita Gupta

CRY America thanks Sushmita Gupta and Bengali Association of Delaware Valley for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to ‘MOSAIC’ which raised $2500 for the benefit of underprivileged children. The event was held on March 24th at Independence School, Newark DE. www.badv.us/mosaic

PAINTING BY ANAND PANCHAL

CRY America thanks artist Anand Panchal for donating his artwork for the CRY America Dinners in 2019. The well known artist Anand Panchal was born in 1973 in Latur, Maharashtra. His works are found in the collection of many art lovers in India and abroad and he has won many awards. Best known for his figurative art works in bold colours, over the years Anand Panchal has developed a unique style of his own. Painting mainly children and Brahmins, he embraces a highly narrative style, unfolding stories of rural life through his paintings.
anandpanchal05@gmail.com

PAINTING BY SIDDHARTH SHINGADE

CRY America thanks artist Siddharth Shingade for donating his artwork for the CRY America Dinners in 2019. The Mumbai based artist, Siddharth Shingade, was born in 1983. Studied at the well known Sir J. J. School of Art in Mumbai, India, he has participated in various solo and group shows. The artist’s canvases are populated with tall figures, many with history and each with interesting stories to share. His choice of colours reflects the intimate relationship he shares with his homeland, Marathwada in India. The deep browns and golden yellows draw upon the warmth of its climate as well as the heart of its people.
siddharth.anitya@gmail.com
courtesy: anashaart.com

PAINTING BY DATTATRAYA THOMBARE

CRY America thanks artist Dattatraya Thombare for donating his artwork for the CRY America Dinners in 2019. Dattatraya Thombare,completed his Art education course from the prestigious Sir J.J. School of Art ,Mumbai, India. He is a recipient of various awards including the Maharashtra State Award, Bombay Art Society Award, prize at the South Central Zone, Nagpur and others. He has also participated in various exhibitions and solo shows. His paintings basically deal with the human mind, which reflects the essence of his works. He composes abstract forms and realistic images representational of the idea, emotion or form, in vibrant bold colours. The artist is currently a professor in an art college.
dattathombare@yahoo.co.in
courtesy: anashaart.com

PAINTING BY ALPANA ASTHANA

CRY America thanks artist Alpana Asthana for donating her artwork for the CRY America Dinners in 2019. Hailing from Lucknow, the city of Nawabs, art and culture, Alpana graduated in Art and did her Masters in Psychology. For over 25 years she has shared her talent and successfully taught art and design, as well as actively showcased her work in leading galleries and private shows. The artist draws inspiration from beauty. The lotus flower, frequently seen in her work, in peaceful tones of nature, embodies beauty and transcends the phases and cycles of life. The artist lives and works in Mumbai
artalpana@gmail.com

PAINTING BY MURALI NAGAPUZHA

CRY America thanks artist Murali Nagapuzha for donating his artwork for the CRY America Dinners in 2019. Murali Nagapuzha, an eminent artist, has made a mark globally by painting beautiful flora and fauna Indulging his deep abiding love of his homeland Kerala. He expresses its lush nature and profusion of colour liberally, using vivid multi coloured shades of nature, to create outstanding pieces of art work.

The artist has over fifty exhibitions to his credit including nine solo shows in India and across the world including UAE, California and London.
mnagapuzha@gmail.com

PAINTING BY SACHIN SAGARE

CRY America thanks artist Sachin Sagare for donating his artwork for the CRY America Dinners in 2019. Deeply influenced by the passionate and hardworking women whom he had observed while growing up, the artist Sachin Sagare paints expressing the intimate relationship between women and flowers - being symbols of beauty and fertility, with a vivid play of light and shadow in rich colours. The popular artist has received many awards and exhibited in leading art galleries in India and abroad.
www.sachinsagare.com

PAINTING BY SHUVANKAR MAITRA

CRY America thanks artist Shuvankar Maitra for donating his artwork for the CRY America Dinners in 2019. The artist Shuvankar Maitra was born and raised in a semi -urban area in West Bengal, known for its beauty. Formally educated in art, he has participated in many solo and group exhibitions allover India. When the suns rays peep through the trees and fall on the ground, his heart blooms with the joy nature brings to him. Known for the vivid exciting colours in harmony used in his paintings, for the artist - trees bring out a powerful message, which symbolizes stability as an inspiration to the human race.
shuvankarm2@gmail.com

APPAREL DONATED BY ABU JANI SANDEEP KHOSLA

CRY America thanks Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla for their generous donation of a beautiful outfit to cRY America for the 2nd consecutive year. The Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla label holds an unparalleled position in the world of Indian Haute Couture. The duo is best distinguished for reinventing the traditional Mughal arts of chikan and zardozi. They began with a small boutique and are now the most coveted Couture label out of India. Their current and ever growing list of clients comprises the most discerning and includes India's foremost icons as well as international personalities.

KURTA ENSEMBLE , SCARF & WALLET DONATED BY RITU KUMAR

CRY America thanks Ritu Kumar for the generous donation of a Ritu Kumar outfit, Scarf & Wallet for the CRY Dinners in 2018. Ritu Kumar is the largest & well respected designer-wear brand in India. In 2013, Ritu Kumar was awarded the Padma Shri Award for her exceptional and distinguished service in the field of fashion, textile and craftsmanship.

EVENING CLUTCH DONATED BY SABYSACHI

CRY America thanks Sabyasachi for having supported CRY America Dinners for 3 consecutive years. Sabyasachi started his eponymous label which began with a workforce of three. Today, he retails from five flagship stores around the country and employs around 1100 people directly while outsourcing work to another 35000 people. Sabyasachi is one of the Associate Designer Members of the Fashion Design Council of India and the youngest board member of the National Museum of Indian Cinema. Along with other accolades, he was voted one of the ten most influential Indians in Asia, by Asia Inc.

WOOL JACKET DONATED BY RITU BERI

CRY America thanks Ritu Beri for the generous donation of a check wool jacket for the CRY Dinners in 2018To acknowledge Ritu Beri’s path breaking contribution to fashion and design, she was awarded the prestigious French honour, Chevalier de I’Ordre des arts et des Lettres, one of the rarest of rare halo’s. She was a nominee for the Economic Times Business Woman of the year Award in India & is noted to be amongst the 20 Best Dressed Celebrity Icons of the country. Ritu has dressed the likes of Bill Clinton, Nicole Kidman, Prince Charles and lvana Trump.

CONCEPT SAREE BY TARUN TAHILIANI

CRY America thanks Tarun Tahiliani for the generously donating a saree for CRY Gala Dinners in 2018. The Tarun Tahiliani Design Studio creates couture, diffusion and prêt-a-porter which are Indian in their sensibility, yet international in their appeal. In September 2003, he was the first Indian designer invited to showcase his work at the prestigious Milan Fashion Week .In February 2010, Tarun Tahiliani was one of only two Indian designers amongst fifty two prominent fashion designers from around forty countries, to unite on the catwalk for Ecochic Fair at the Palais des Nations, headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, for the first time ever.

SAREE DONATED BY ANITA DONGRE

CRY AMERICA thanks Anita Dongre for her generously donating a saree for the CRY Gala Dinners in 2018. Anita Dongre’s designs showcase Indian aesthetics in a contemporary language inspired by Rajasthan and India’s rich craft tradition. Founded in 1995, the Anita Dongre label offers breath-taking, curated looks in bridal, couture and menswear.

OUTFIT DONATED BY ANAMIKA KHANNA

CRY America thanks Anamika Khanna for the generous donation of an outfit for the CRY Dinners in 2018. The label has be shown internationally at London and Paris Fashion Week as AnaMika and sold in major stores like Harrods and Lane Crawford. With an exclusive contract with British major, Harrod’s and a tie up with international brand BVLGARI; the brand has also been covered in magazines like Glamour (Paris), Vogue (October 2005, U.K), and Vogue Best Buy. Anamika was the first Indian designer to receive an invitation to showcase the brand at the Paris Fashion Week and was recently invited to speak at the Harvard University as the part of the India Conference’2017. She has also been invited to the Buckingham Palace for a reception as a part of the India Delegation marking the beginning of the British-Indo Cultural Year, 2017.

SHILLPA PURII JEWELRY

CRY America thanks artist Shillpa Purii for the generous donation of beautiful jewelry towards the CRY America Dinners in 2019. Shillpa Purii has been designing and manufacturing Jewellery since the year 1992 after completing a Jewellery designing course from Hong Kong. Her high profile clientele includes Mana Shetty, Sharmilla Khanna, Dipti Ambani, Pinky Roshan, Pammi Gavaskar, Sushmita Sen and many more

Her eclectic and traditional neck pieces, earrings, rings and bracelets will add style to your wardrobe. The jewellery is composed of a silver alloy, imported beads and stones, and fresh water and shell pearls.

www.shillpapuri.com

TRIBE AMRAPALI

CRY America thanks Tribe Amrapali for the generous donation of the beautiful Traditional lotus motifs necklace & earrings towards the CRY America Dinners in 2019. This piece was handcrafted exclusively for the epic historical film, Baahubali 2. A piece of art, the jewelry is from the exclusive range of the well known Tribe Amrapali brand, budding from the famous mother brand ‘Amrapali’. Fashion jewelry exclusively created with strong Indian cultural heritage roots with modernity, in gold-plated silver in superior quality. Tribe Amrapali jewelry has been spotted on famous Indian celebrities like Kareena Kapoor, Vidya Balan, Madhuri Dixit, Alia Bhatt and many others who love these stunning Indo- ethnic styles

www.tribeamrapali.com

SIA ART JEWELLERY

CRY America thanks SIA Jewels for the generous donation of beautiful jewelry towards the CRY America Dinners in 2019. SIA is a brand serving the customers in India since the inception in 1995; the high quality jewelry and accessories with strikingly exquisite designs. Sia has earned the position of No.1 Brand in Fashion Jewelry in India with its 150+ retail properties across & has emerged as one stop destination for making any given day an occasion with its delightful designer jewelry. A celebrity in its own right, over the years, SIA jewelry has adorned the sets of countless TV shows and movies and is the favorite pick of Most of Indian’s topmost designers, Bollywood actors.

www.siajewellery.com

ARTIST: SHASHIKANT PATADE

CRY America thanks artist Shashikant Patade for donating his artwork for the CRY America Dinners in 2019. The artist Shashikant Patade, born in 1953, studied art at the well known J. J. School of Art, Mumbai. Inspired by nature, the village scenes of Benaras, Rajasthan, Konkan coastal roads, with its fresh colors and peaceful play of light, he has worked on a assortment of works on canvas, as well as collages and murals with unique themes. Patade’s work is to be found in various Private Collections in India as well as America, Singapore and Dubai.

ATELIER MON JEWELRY

CRY America thanks Atelier Mon for the generous donation of beautiful jewelry towards the CRY America Dinners in 2019. The brand Atelier Mon was launched in 2012 by the inherently stylish mother-daughter duo Monica Sharma and Meher Rohatgi. Every piece has been handcrafted by artisans in India and adorned with handpicked precious and semi-precious stones. Atelier Mon has been the choice of Bollywood’s most stylish women including Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez and has also made it to the pages of magazines like Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Grazia and Elle among others. The exclusive luxury brand, Atelier Mon retails all over the globe and now has 200+ stockists worldwide.

SAREE & OUTFIT DONATED BY DEEPALI SHAH

CRY America thanks Deepali Shah for the generous donation of a saree and an outfit for the CRY Dinners in 2018. Deepali Shah is a Kolkata based designer who has a strong presence in India & overseas. The label has had the privilege of being associated with leading Bollywood divas like Deepika Padukone, Madhuri Dixit, Lara Dutta, who have adorned the label at various shows and events. Deepali showcases her line at the top exhibits in India and has regular trunk shows abroad as well on popular demand by her clients.

OUTFIT DONATED BY GAURANG SHAH

CRY America thanks Gaurang Shah for the generous donation of an outfit for the CRY Dinners in 2018. Gaurang Shah started his journey of reviving handwoven textiles with a few looms in Andhra Pradesh, and today works with over 700 weavers across India. Gaurang bagged the prestigious "Best Designer" award at the Lakme Fashion Week W/F 2012, the ‘most Admired fashion icon’ of the year at the Audi Ritz Icon Awards, 2015 & the Times of India awarded him with the best women’s wear designer in Hyderabad in 2016. He has showcased at the Lakme fashion week, Berlin fashion week and has done private shows in India and abroad.

SAREE DONATED BY SURILY GOEL

CRY America thanks Surily Goel for the generous donation of a saree for the CRY Dinners in 2018. Surily DP Goel started her own line of garments under the eponymous title 'SURILY G' in November 2003. Surily also featured at "VILLA MODA" (Kuwait), a Fashion Store in Milan and in the Wills India Fashion Week. Surily steadfastly established herself as a name to be reckoned with for styling and designing garments for Indian movies and Bollywood stars. She has been associated with the launch of various International Brands in India like Vacheron Constantin, Bvlgari, Paul &Shark & various endorsements.

OUTFITS DONATED BY NIKASHA

CRY America thanks Nikasha for the generous donation of the outfits for the CRY Dinners in 2018. NIKASHA has carved a niche in Indian high fashion over the years and has showcased its seasonal lines at fashion platforms like Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week, Amazon India Fashion Week, Lakmé Fashion Week, Shanghai Fashion Week and Coterie New York. The label has also been featured in Indian and international publications like Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Marie Claire, International Herald Tribune and The Daily Telegraph, among others. Currently the label retails from leading fashion boutiques across India & internationally.

KAREENA NAHAR FINE JEWELRY

CRY America thanks Kareena Nahar Fine Jewelry for the generous donation of beautiful earrings made of real uncut diamonds, gold, rubies and south sea pearls for the CRY America Dinners in 2018. The jewelry is created by Kareena Nahar, 7th generation in a family of jewelers. Having honed her designing skills at GIA, New York she embarked on a journey to create her meticulously finished collection, inspired by a refreshing mix of ethnic Indian influences, classic European and modern fashion trends.
www.kareenanahar.com

Joy

CRY America thanks JOY for the generous donation of beautiful hand-embroidered and hand beaded handbags towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. Joy - established in 1937, the 81 year old prestigious store located at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai, has dressed many of the prominent from within India and overseas. The store was redesigned in 2004 by the famous artist M. F. Hussain to suit their upmarket range in the highest quality and is the choice of Amitabh Bachchan, Tatas, Birlas among many others.
www.facebook.com/joyshoes.in/

ALMAS JEWELLERS : EARINGS AND PENDANT : FLORA

CRY America thanks Almas Jewellers for the generous donation of beautiful earring and pendant set towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. Located in the Oberoi shopping Mall in Mumbai, it has a wide range of precious and semi precious gems, stones and jewelry.
almasjewellers22@gmail.com

Beautiful earrings donated by ROSENTIQUES FINE JEWELLERY

CRY America thanks Rosentique Fine Jewelry for the generous donation of beautiful earrings made of of uncut and real diamonds, polkies, rubies and gold towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. This beautiful exclusive pair of eaerings by Rosentiques, is a classic contemporary melange of uncut and real diamonds, polkies, rubies and gold illustrating the rich Indian tradition. Rosentiques, located in South Mumbai, India, offers an exclusive selection of exquisite high end jewelry made of real Diamonds, Polki, uncut diamonds and Platinum in fancy cuts with a wide range of precious stones. Exquisite contemporary and classic designs, created by their dedicated team in premium quality
www.facebook.com/rosentiques/

Wool Shawl & Pure silk bag donated by Studio Malabar

CRY America thanks Studio Malabar for the generous donation of beautiful pure wool shawl & regal pure silk bag towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. Studio Malabar, the iconic fashion, lifestyle and accessories store in Mumbai, is a stylish blend of luxury and flair.
www.facebook.com/StudioMalabar/

OUTFIT DONATEDBY PAYAL SINGHAL

CRY America thanks Payal Singhal for the generous donation of an outfit for the CRY Dinners in 2018. Payal produced her first couture look at the tender age of 15 outfitting none other than Miss World Aishwarya Rai. Following the success of the brand in India Payal went on to expand her business to the US where she had several sold out trunk shows and then went on to open flagship stores in New York and New Jersey. Payal was invited to represent India and Indian Fashion at the Fashion Week of the America in Miami and the Singapore Fashion Festival.

TRIBE AMRAPALI

CRY America thanks Tribe Amrapali for the generous donation of beautiful “Musical Chain Necklace” towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. A piece of art, the jewellery is from the exclusive range of the well known Tribe Amrapali brand, budding from the famous mother brand ‘Amrapali’. Fashion jewelry exclusively created with strong Indian cultural heritage roots with modernity, in gold-plated silver in superior quality. Tribe Amrapali jewelry has been spotted on famous Indian celebrities like Kareena Kapoor, Vidya Balan, Madhuri Dixit, Alia Bhatt and many others who love these stunning Indo- ethnic styles
www.tribeamrapali.com

AHILAYA

CRY America thanks Ahilaya for the generous donation of an opulently handcrafted “Stamboul shawl” towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. Ahilaya is a luxury womenswear brand, established in 1960. Worn by Ivanka Trump on her recent visit to India, it specializes in immaculate hand embroidery, seamlessly integrating ancient hand crafting techniques with modern silhouettes. The luminous play of Pashmina and Zardosi is a unique attempt to enhance a traditional weave, effortlessly taking the wearer from desk to dinner in a rather distinctive and stylish manner. The enterprise supports women embroiderers in its revival Vintage Chikankari centres in Lucknow and skilled male Zardosi artisans in Mumbai.
www.facebook.com/Ahilaya/

AQUAMARINE

CRY America thanks AQUAMARINE for the generous donation of a beautiful Kundan necklace set towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. ‘AQUAMARINE’, a family run business which sets trends for the Indian market. Dealing in a wide range of fashionable semiprecious jewelry, the designs are a perfect blend of east meets west, classic and contemporary, popularly worn by the elite. Having their own craftsmen, their designs are a closed kept secret. With multiple stores in Indian -Mumbai, Delhi, and soon in Hyderabad, their jewelry is a favourite for many.
www.facebook.com/AquamarineJewels

SIA

CRY America thanks SIA Jewels for the generous donation of beautiful jewelry towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. SIA is a brand serving the customers in India since the inception in 1995; the high quality jewellery and accessories with strikingly exquisite designs. Sia has earned the position of No.1 Brand in Fashion Jewellery in India with its 150+ retail properties across & has emerged as one stop destination for making any given day an occasion with its delightful designer jewellery. A celebrity in its own right, over the years, SIA jewelry has adorned the sets of countless TV shows and movies and is the favorite pick of Most of Indian’s topmost designers, Bollywood actors.
www.siajewellery.com

Just Jewellery

CRY America thanks Just Jewellery for the generous donation of beautiful earrings & jewelry set towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. These beautiful jewellery pieces are created by the mother- in- law and daughter -in -law team, Sandhya and Jasmine Shah. “Just Jewellery” has a wide collection, displayed at various multi-designer stores in India as well as abroad in London, Atlanta, New York and Kuwait, they also showcase their collections on famous online portals and successfully attracted women from all over the world.
www.justjewelleryindia.com/

ISHARYA

CRY America thanks ISHARYA for the generous donation of beautiful jewelry sets towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. ISHARYA is a premium designer costume jewelry brand, founded by sisters-in-law Gauri and Radhika Tandon. Inspired by India’s vibrancy, the styles are a blend of modern techniques with heirloom details in high quality.
Their collections, feature in many global fashion magazines and Hollywood celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Halle Berry and Jennifer Lopez. The collections are also at high end retail and online stores worldwide in Paris, London, Dubai and Riyadh
www.isharya.com

ARTIST: Ram Kumar

Born in 1924, the artist Ram Kumar was awarded the Padma Shri in 1972 and the Padma Bhushan, a high Indian Civilian order in 2010. He studied painting in Paris and is one of India’s foremost abstract painters and associated with the Progressive artist group along with the greats like M F Husain, RH Raza and Tyeb Mehta. His work is a collectors item and commands high prices and auctioned by the most prestigious auctioneers.

ARTIST: JMS Mani

J M S Mani’s, bold impressionist style and exciting colors brings his figurative works to life, bringing out beauty in the midst of daily lives. With a number of solo shows all over India and also in London, New York, Dubai and Hong Kong, he has been repeatedly awarded the Karnataka Lalit Kala Academy. He has donated paintings to CRY from his famous Badami series
Courtesy: www.anashaart.com

ARTIST: PRAKASH DESHMUKH

Born in 1975, Prakash Deshmukh studied art in Latur, Mumbai and Pune. His works, with great attention to detail, are primarily of women with stylized large expressive dream-like eyes in vibrant colors. Deshmukh’s work, is a celebration of the happiest moments. He has had many successful solo and group exhibitions all over India, Singapore and America
prakash.deshmukh15@gmail.com

ARTIST: SURESH GULAGE

Suresh Gulage is a well known popular artist from Pune, India. His art is dramatic and holds its trademark in architectural landscapes. His buildings, are joyful spectators which hold the life of a city with captivating play of light.
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JAGANNATH PAUL:

CRY America thanks Jagannath Paul for the generous donation of his paintings towards the CRY America Dinners in 2018. An immensely talented and sensitive artist, Jagannath Paul the famous Mumbai based artist, graduated from the Government College of Arts & Crafts. He has won many prestigious awards and his works are to be found in collections in India and abroad. The varied nuances of the male and female relationship in different emotions seen in his paintings, brings out the drama of colours which sets the mood of his work.
Courtesy: www.cymroza.com
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ARTIST: DINKAR JADHAV

The artist Dinkar Jadhav, born in 1973, is from Pune, India. Inspired by nature and the play of light to express his artistic energy, his series of horses with strong brushstrokes symbolizes the passion for loving and the spirit of freedom. A favorite for many, Jadhav has won several awards. His work has been exhibited and auctioned extensively and found in private collections all over India and abroad.
Courtesy: www.dinkarjhadav.com

ARTIST: SACHIN SAGARE

Deeply influenced by the passionate and hardworking women whom he had observed while growing up, the artist Sachin Sagare paints expressing the intimate relationship between women and flowers - being symbols of beauty and fertility, with a vivid play of light and shadow in rich colours. The popular artist has received many awards and exhibited in leading art galleries in India and abroad.
Courtesy: www.sachinsagare.com

ARTIST: DEEPA HEKRE

Deepa Hekre from Nashik, completed her art education in Mumbai, India. The beauty of her work lies in its serenity. With a penchant for the female form, she keeps it as the focus and draws strength from patience, perseverance and the evergreen vigor of womanhood that transcends all worldly pleasures.
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ARTIST: NITIN NANGARE

Nitin Nangare graduated at the top of his class in art in 1990 and has exhibited all over India and abroad. The well known Pune-based artist has won many awards. His paintings filled with colours blending in gentle harmony, depicting Indian tribal women - the true protectors and the “The gifts of Life “
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CRY America thanks Lakshmi and Green Razzle for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to the "Margazhi Festival 2018" which raised $250 for the benefit of underprivileged children. The event was held on Jan 6 at Taylor Performing Arts Center at Monrovia, CA.

CRY America thanks Jaya Sharma and Dance Karishma for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to “Kathakanjali 2018” which raised $150 for the benefit of underprivileged children. The event was held on Feb 17 at the Mission City Center for Performing Arts,CA.

CRY America thanks Swati Savale and Starzz Dance Academy for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to ‘Spectacularzz 2018’ which raised $200 for the benefit of underprivileged children. The event was held on May 19th at Mcafee Theater, Saratoga.

CRY America thanks Antara Datta and Anga Kala Kathak Academy for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to ‘Dhund’ & ‘Shaktirupeno’ on May 6th and June 2nd in Ohio & Seattle which raised $500 for the benefit of underprivileged children. www.antaradatta.com

CRY America thanks Meenal Chakradeo and Meenal's Academy of Performing Arts for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to their annual kathak recital "Kathak Rang 2018” which raised $1200 for the benefit of underprivileged children. The event was held on June 16th at Lincoln High School, San Diego. www.mapasd.com

CRY America thanks Amna Mazin and Amna Dance for choosing CRY America as the beneficiary to ‘Power of Now’ which raised $100 for the benefit of underprivileged children. The event was held on May 19th at Haugh Performing Arts Center Glendora. www.AmnaDance.com

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