I have always nurtured a zeal inside me to live and serve the underprivileged community.
Affluent modern plastering will keep the oldest profession thriving… and women crying foul when the deals go sour.
I have never rested on my past laurels, simply as I feel that there is a lot of look ahead and the grand finale is yet to come.
People who do not take charge of their lives are lathi-charged by time.
Corruption cannot be removed without reducing the gap between the governing and the governed.
We can start the change from own homes, neighborhoods, bastis, villages and schools.
What a national revolution it would be if each one of us were to self-police.
What is the value of education which does not inculcate passion and fearlessness for setting right what is wrong?
Bonding cannot happen without a strong shift in prevailing attitudes.
Works give me ‘JOY’ and every beginning is a path of self-discovery.