The daughter of Karnanagari understood the pain of the tribals, she took up the task of upliftment

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Bhanu Bharadwaj
Karnal. Circumstances and distance don’t matter if you have the passion to do something different. During her studies, Yashika, the daughter of Karna Nagari, demonstrated this by taking leadership for the upliftment of the tribes. Yashika said that during the lockdown, she spent time with the tribals of Assam and understood their pain and is now trying to overcome them and make them educated and self-reliant.
Yashika explained that during her PG studies she started working in an NGO related to the country’s traditional handicrafts. First associated with the Agor organization based in a tribal area of ​​Assam. At the same time, in association with the Khamari Sanstha located in Kutch, Gujarat, it undertook to know the work of women who manufacture cotton, woolen yarn and handloom i.e. handloom and improve their condition. Yashika said this
Somaiya Kala Vidya Sansthan in Kutch as the Program Coordinator for this product to gain nationwide recognition. Now I am imparting design education to these traditional artisans under the banner of this institution, so that they can earn good income by making their products like Handloom Sarees, Chunari, Stoles, Home Decor etc.
Interested in creative activities
Yashika said that she is interested in creative activities like sports and arts. When he joined KVA DAV College for his graduation, in the first semester itself, he was determined to do something different with his studies. In his freshman year, he became part of the university’s student council. He served as vice president in his second year and as president in his senior year. At that time there was an identity in the university, but he also realized that when we represent a community in society, it also comes with a responsibility. This is where his journey began. To fulfill his intention, he chose the Masters in Development from Azim Premji University, Bangalore. Where many aspects of society are understood such as politics, environment, economy, education, livelihood, etc.
Krishna Malik wakes up through theatre, films
Karnal. Krishna Malik is playing an important role in promoting Haryanvi culture through theater and films. Krishna Malik says that defining youth is a very difficult task. A man is said to be young at heart, not by age. On International Youth Day, it is important that all young people not only care about their future but also understand the pulse of society. In this age of technology, where many tasks have become easier for the youth, the growing mental pressure on them is a cause for concern. In today’s everyday life, the young man should try to reduce his mental pressure by using words that play an important role in life, including simple words like condolence, love, mutual brotherhood, family, relationship, life, relations and parents . . , so they can stay in the mainstream. office
Young people understand the importance of family and society
As a theater student and teacher, I have always tried that young people are not isolated from family and society and understand the importance and fulfill their responsibility when it comes to strengthening the social background with cultural values ​​in their life In this situation, through the theater, I have always tried to sow this seed through workshops with various educational, social and cultural institutions. I am glad that I have been somewhat successful in this direction.

55: Yashika of Karnal with the tribal tribe.

Bhanu Bharadwaj

Karnal. Circumstances and distance don’t matter if you have the passion to do something different. During her studies, Yashika, the daughter of Karna Nagari, demonstrated this by taking leadership for the upliftment of the tribes. Yashika said that during the lockdown, she spent time with the tribals of Assam and understood their pain and is now trying to overcome them and make them educated and self-reliant.

Yashika explained that during her PG studies she started working in an NGO related to the country’s traditional handicrafts. First associated with the Agor organization based in a tribal area of ​​Assam. At the same time, in association with the Khamari Sanstha located in Kutch, Gujarat, it undertook to know the work of women who manufacture cotton, woolen yarn and handloom i.e. handloom and improve their condition. Yashika said this

Somaiya Kala Vidya Sansthan in Kutch as the Program Coordinator for this product to gain nationwide recognition. Now I am imparting design education to these traditional artisans under the banner of this institution, so that they can earn good income by making their products like Handloom Sarees, Chunari, Stoles, Home Decor etc.

Interested in creative activities

Yashika said that she is interested in creative activities like sports and arts. When he joined KVA DAV College for his graduation, in the first semester itself, he was determined to do something different with his studies. In his freshman year, he became part of the university’s student council. He served as vice president in his second year and as president in his senior year. At that time there was an identity in the university, but he also realized that when we represent a community in society, it also comes with a responsibility. This is where his journey began. To fulfill his intention, he chose the Masters in Development from Azim Premji University, Bangalore. Where many aspects of society are understood such as politics, environment, economy, education, livelihood, etc.

Krishna Malik wakes up through theatre, films

Karnal. Krishna Malik is playing an important role in promoting Haryanvi culture through theater and films. Krishna Malik says that defining youth is a very difficult task. A man is said to be young at heart, not by age. On International Youth Day, it is important that all young people not only care about their future but also understand the pulse of society. In this age of technology, where many tasks have become easier for the youth, the growing mental pressure on them is a cause for concern. In today’s everyday life, the young man should try to reduce his mental pressure by using words that play an important role in life, including simple words like condolence, love, mutual brotherhood, family, relationship, life, relations and parents . . , so they can stay in the mainstream. office

Young people understand the importance of family and society

As a theater student and teacher, I have always tried that young people are not isolated from family and society and understand the importance and fulfill their responsibility when it comes to strengthening the social background with cultural values ​​in their life In this situation, through the theater, I have always tried to sow this seed through workshops with various educational, social and cultural institutions. I am glad that I have been somewhat successful in this direction.

55: Yashika of Karnal with the tribal tribe.

55: Yashika of Karnal with the tribal tribe.

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