Winds of Change: Educating Children from Rural India

Winds of Change: Educating Children from Rural India

After being a recipient of love and care in our Chatralayam in Madhya Pradesh, Balram Kushwah is now giving back to society in his own small way.

In addition to his job at the postal department, Balram has kept himself busy throughout the pandemic by teaching students from rural and tribal India.  Balram’s arthimetic classes are popular and students listen to him in rapt attention while he goes on explaining the concepts on a blackboard.

Balram takes us through his journey via this short testimonial.

“My most honourable pranams to all, Pujya Swamiji and all the supporters of AIM for Seva. My name is Balram Kushwah and I come from a village in Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh.

I was first with AIM for Seva’s Chatralayam in Nemawar (AIM for Seva Pushpeshwar Chatralayam for Boys, Nemawar, Madhya Pradesh) and was then sent to Bhopal by Swamiji to complete my schooling. After completing my schooling from Bhopal, I came to Indore (Bapu-Buddh AIM for Seva Chatralayam for Boys, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh)  to complete my college. I did my college from Indore with Pujya Swamiji’s blessings, I got a job in the postal department of India.

Before it, I served the rural and tribal students by teaching and guiding them during this Corona pandemic. I continue to teach and train around 100 students from rural and tribal India by the inspiration of Pujya Swamiji. All of this happened because of Swamiji and other supportive members of AIM for Seva and all the donors of USA and Canada. With the help of them, students like us to build our future.

Again my humble pranams to all of you who helped me directly and indirectly. With the help of all of you, I am able to build my future. My humble and respectful pranams to all of you.”


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