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बेटी बचाओ, बेटी पढ़ाओ Mr Deepak Kamble, a factory worker at Panvel has 2 daughters and isn't interested in giving them a good education so his Sister in Law, Ranjana Kamble, who is herself physically challenged, has taken over the challenge of educating her sister's daughters to the best of her capabilities. Unfortunately, these 2 years have been a tough period for ordinary Daily Wage Earners, so it was tougher for Ranjana to pay their fees. Please do come forward and help her educate her little nieces, Tanvi and Ovi Kamble. Even the little girls are happier staying with her rather than visiting their own parents. https://sonakumarblog.blogspot.com/2022/08/help-ranjana-overcome-life-soon-after.html
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Hindi Divas हिंदी के शब्द ठीक वैसे ही लिखे जाते हैं जैसे उनका उच्चारण किया जाता है। इससे हिंदी सीखना आसान हो जाता है। आपको केवल यह सीखना है कि प्रत्येक अक्षर कैसा लगता है। केवल हिंदी अक्षर सीखकर, आप अपने सामने आने वाले किसी भी शब्द को पढ़ और लिख सकते हैं। यह एक फायदा है क्योंकि यह नए शब्दों को चुनना आसान बनाता है। यह आपकी शब्दावली को विकसित करने में भी मदद करता है। हिंदी में मौन पत्रों की तरह कोई नियम नहीं हैं। तो आपके शब्दों के गलत होने की बहुत कम संभावना है। Hindi words are written exactly how they are pronounced. This makes learning Hindi easier. You only have to learn how each letter sounds. Just by learning the Hindi alphabet, you can read and spell any word you come across. This is an advantage as it makes picking up new words easier. It also helps to develop your vocabulary. There are no rules in Hindi like silent letters. So there is a very slim chance of you going wrong with words.
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International Literacy Day Let us make our children truly literate We face mockery of education as students till 8th standard can hardly read or write, leave aside solving mathematic problems. Illiteracy is the main cause of poverty, population growth, gender inequality, slavery etc..... Please come forward and help us educate our 120 slum children. https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/11-of-class-3-kids-lack-basic-maths-skills-ncert-study/articleshow/94085183.cms
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7 Sept Energy Bar (Poushtic Ladoo) It is made up of Wheat, Nachni, Flex Seeds (Alsi), Black Sesam Seeds (Kala til), groundnuts, almond, walnut, jaggery, ghee. These ladoos are made specially for growing up children. Good for bones. ... Carbohydrate Metabolism: ... Diabetic Friendly: ... Good for Brain: ... Rich in Folic Acid: ... Helps prevents Anaemia: ... Good for Skin Super high in protein. The high amount of fibre. Rich in antioxidants. Gluten-free. Good for people with diabetes. Healthy food for toddlers. Good for the heart. Improves endurance. Good source of healthful fats, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, and B vitamins. nutrient-rich and low in carbohydrates improve blood pressure, provide plant chemicals that help fight cancer. High in omega-3 fatty acids. ... helps manage weight Prevents respiratory problems. ... Helps with weight loss. ... Controls blood pressure. ... Great source of energy. ... Relieves menstrual pain. ... Prevents
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Seasonal Fruits Fruits are an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals, and they are high in fibre. Our Slum Kids are given seasonal fruits twice a month.
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Green Gram and Dew Bean Sprouts..(मूंग और मटकी) Help in lowering cholesterol because of the fibre content in them. Mixed pulses have a very high level of proteins in them hence it is very good for all vegetarians. Mixed pulses are a good source of folate. They maintain digestive health and boost our energy levels. Our slum children are served a bowl each twice a week, thanks to @fischerjordan.
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Mrs Yashodhara Rajurkar joined us 13 years back to inculcate moral values in slum children, as they are surrounded by many Anti-Social Elements. She has succeeded in her task as our children are very well mannered. She suggested that we start tuition classes for children as parents are illiterate, and children don't do homework. They fail and drop out and start working. Parents also welcome an extra income. She ensures that children complete their homework, solves their problems, helps them revise tables, poems etc. There has not been any school dropout since then. Teachers in school treat her as the mother of students and their parents don't care. When the lockdown started she ensured that children were given bananas, dates, sprouts, ladoos, and tonics at their doorstep. monthly birthday parties were held, kids were served food, cake pieces and gifts for Birthday Boys and Girls were delivered at their door steps. We started distributing rations as soon as the lockdown was