For the first time, a Ramadan Majlis featuring artisans and women from Kashmir was held in the metaverse in Dubai
The metaverse is a virtual environment that can be joined by persons donning virtual reality headsets, enabling their avatars to engage with one another as well as with things in the metaverse, such as video playing or a file of papers. On that note, a Ramadan Majlis took place on 16th April in Dubai, which is reported to be the first of its type in the metaverse.
The Majlis saw the participation of experts and youth to initiate dialogue on the future of communities and the possibilities in the Metaverse as a space for community development and solutions, said Dr. Mariam Ketait, the Emirati founder of Chikara Global. The Meta Majlis virtually hosted artisans from India working on education and upskilling women to help them become financially free, added Dr. Ketait.
A brainstorming session amongst community experts, tech experts, artists, medical staff, mental health specialists, and youngsters was also held during the event to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of opening up places to promote access to healthcare, entrepreneurs, and other government needs. In the meta majlis, a broad mix of people was present.
The individuals mirrored the brand new alternatives that may be created to convey individuals collectively and create extra alternatives in training, retail, and neighborhood growth. The agenda included an intro to the Metaverse, NFTs, and the way forward for artwork, and an artwork stroll that includes artists from the UAE, and aside from the visitor artisans from Kashmir.