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Multifaceted Corporate Executive and Savvy Philanthropist Goes To United Nations for Indian Humanitarian Ambassador Award

Mr. Rahul Varma- Head Shot Picture“Mr. Rahul Varma is an admirable leader; whether it be corporate or charity, he is a visionary and has strong dedication to his commitments. We at We Care for Humanity are convinced he is the rightful Humanitarian Ambassador for India.” Princess Maria Amor, Chairman of G.O.D. Awards happily announced.

Mr. Rahul Varma has a rich and varied experience of working in the corporate and nonprofit social service sectors. sectors.

Currently, he is the President of Shristi Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd., a leader in the Infrastructure Development Sector in India. He has over 30 years of experience in diversified fields like Agro Industries, Integrated Infrastructure Development and Leisure Industry. He has held strategic senior positions with large reputed Companies in India and has represented his organisation on several overseas delegations as a key member.

He is a Director of several companies and an active member of various Chambers of Commerce and their Committees; currently on the Infrastructure Sub-Committee of CII Eastern India; member of Indian Chamber of Commerce, Indo Italian Chamber of Commerce, National Network for India, FHRAI & CREDAI, West Bengal United Nations Association.

Mr. Varma has also held several prominent positions in the past that include Member of the British Business Group, Secretary of the English speaking Union and is currently also the Founder Director of the World Confluence of Humanity, Power & Spirituality held annually under the Aegis of SREI Foundation. He is actively involved in social & welfare activities carried out by SREI Foundation and are also helping several NGO’s in various areas. Currently he is the National Director & CEO of Acid Survivors Foundation India.

Mr. Varma the National Director & CEO of Acid Survivors Foundation India (ASFI) has played an important role in working for violence against women in India. ASFI is the only foundation which has Pan India presence to fight against acid violence.

He is working with several NGO’s in India to fight against this heinous crime. He has also been honoured with several awards for his contribution towards service to Humanity.

As the Director of World Confluence of Humanity, Power & Spirituality he has actively been involved in spreading the mission of Peace in India and abroad. This Confluence has been warmly welcomed by all and has been instrumental in creating awareness amongst people from all walks of life to ascend from Human thinking to Divine understanding. It is only then that the World will have good human beings who will bring peace & harmony to the World.

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Princess Raden Dato’Seri Maria Amor Torres is one of the world’s naturally noble people. She has been risen to great heights by her love of humanity. She is the founder of We Care for Humanity, an international NGO, and the creator of the Global Officials of Dignity Awards which link humanitarians by a silken thread to a web of like-minds stretching the world. A non-political influencer of world affairs for peace, Amor strives to spread humanitarianism throughout the world via "The Traveling Princess TV Show" which broadcasts internationally and raises the profile of the greatest humanitarians of the world, many charities, and the issues they address. Maria Amor is the adopted daughter of the Philippine Royal Families of Baloi and Sulu and honorable princess of Jambi, Indonesia. Her royal status was sealed by Government decrees and has received the highest honor awarded to royalty, the Derjah Kerabat. She is a multi-awarded humanitarian and peace icon, and a seasoned diplomat representing various organizations and kingdoms worldwide. Princess Maria Amor is a published author and artist.

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