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We can do more for girls than symbolically wash their feet today

Growing up, I always felt special during Navratri. When my neighbours and relatives broke their fasts on Ashtami or Navami, it meant being invited over their house, getting my feet washed, being lovingly fed the best food, and given shagun (small sum of money) that I could add to my piggybank. I was a “little… Continue reading We can do more for girls than symbolically wash their feet today

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I Have Always Wanted to Do More

[We are very thankful for the key volunteers who are making things happen. Neha Goel, an IIT alum and corporate warrior, shares why she is passionately volunteering for the WAIC campaign.] I always wanted to do something for children since I have always felt a connection with them -- it might be a child begging… Continue reading I Have Always Wanted to Do More