Daan Utsav, held every year from October 2 to 8, is India’s largest gift festival. People come together and perform acts of kindness by giving their time, material, or money to any cause(s) of their choosing in interesting ways. Daan Utsav, India’s Giving Festival, experience millions of school and college students, business workers, and public … Continue reading Enjoy the Joy of Giving: Celebrate 10 year’s of Daan Utsav
In India, poverty and low schooling led to the acute problems of child labour. It is a curse in which young children cannot appreciate their infancy and cannot go to school. Even some basic education is not provided to them. Again, this generates a vicious spiral of low rates of literacy and high poverty. In … Continue reading Choosing Top 10 NGO in India and Their Services
One of the horrors afflicting the world’s masses is child labour. Poverty is the source of evil, while society’s prevailing culture of splitting the masses into classes and categories based on their affiliations with a specific race, religion or even gender may be offered as another valid explanation for child labour. Any of the reasons … Continue reading Give Your Child a Ray of Hope: Stop Child Labour
The guiding factors of economic growth and social advancement of the nation involve expertise and information. The challenge is twofold in increasingly evolving societies such as India, which have a large and ever-increasing population. On the other side, broad segments of the workforce have few to no employment potential. There is a shortage of highly … Continue reading Boost your skills and develop your personality by working with an NGO!
In India, the non-profit sector is seeing a surge of bold new ideas from emerging social entrepreneurs. However, they struggle in the absence of a vibrant environment and sometimes fail in their attempts to grow their concept and create a scalable company around it. NGOs for Career development are known for having devoted workers willing … Continue reading Know how NGOs help in the skill and career development of underprivileged kids!
The lockdown during the pandemic was extremely difficult for all of us. The loneliness and anxiety everyone of us went through were very disturbing. We were locked in our homes for an insane amount of time, having nothing or very little to do. There were a few problems that the shelter homes and NGOs faced. … Continue reading The shelter home scenario in India and how we can work towards its improvement!
Amidst this chaotic time in the world which is flooded by negativity, a global pandemic, and many natural disasters, the release of Chintu ka Birthday is a sight for sore eyes. The movie displays unabashed levels of positivity in a war-torn land. Madan Tiwari- played by the extremely talented Vinay Pathak, is a simple middle … Continue reading Analysing Chintu ka Birthday- the impact of positive parenting
“What We Owe To Each Other” is the title of the largest book written by Great Philosopher T. M. Scanlon written in 1998, (I came across this brilliant philosophy while watching NBC’S “THE GOOD PLACE”) This article doesn’t discuss the content of the book which revolves around the concepts of morality and social construct largely, … Continue reading What We Owe To Each Other?
6 September 2018. I distinctly remember sitting in the metro and constantly refreshing my google feed to present something meaningful and knowledgeable instead of the appalling comments by politicians or crimes. After five failed attempts, something struck my eyes and made it the best thing I heard in months – ‘Supreme Court rules gay sex … Continue reading Section 377 has granted us freedom to love. But have we received freedom from our judgemental society?
We remember the days in school from 5th to 8th grade when this language as subject and we all dreaded it. It was difficult as well as useless, is what we all thought. But in reality, Sanskrit is pretty interesting and important. Don’t believe me? Keep on reading and you will. So, Sanskrit is a language … Continue reading Sanskrit – Language Of Our Souls