Lawyers never lose their appeal.
The Rajdhani community in Britain has grown from a mere few households consisting of male migrant workers (our parents' generation) in the early sixties to the present day extent whereby the population of Rajdhani is almost equally split between Rajdhani and Britain.
Even as late (?) as 1977, there were no more than 3 or 4 households in Leeds, whereas today there are over 30!
Something was needed to bring the community back together, so a number of us in Leeds decided to hold regular social meetings and discuss issues affecting us all, and to cooperate in projects and campaigns for the benefit of all.
Aims and Objectives
- be the primary cultural resource centre
- promote awarenes of our cultural heritage amongst the youth
- keep the Rajdhani community in touch across the world
- celebrate the achievements of the Rajdhani people
- encourage and motivate our youth to aim high
- provide advice and guidance on education, careers, and business, etc
- maintain a database of qualified, educated and successful professionals and entrepreneurs
- encourage business and social networking for the benefit of all
- Initiate and support charitable projects
- encourage joint ventures and idea sharing
- and many more
This website is the primary medium by which a majority of our aims and objectives will be achieved, insh'allah.