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Workshop on gender discrimination at the Lioness Karnavati Hostel for blind and physically challenged
It was a great learning experience, I was moved by the courage, grit, determination of these physically challenged girls…Many of them were facing acute physical challenge, complete blindness, can't speak, can't hear…

I conducted a workshop on Gender Discrimination, on July 06 at the Lioness Karnavati Hostel for Blind and Physically Challenged, Ahmedabad. As part of my dream project, I conduct workshop, deliver lecture on gender discrimination, crime and atrocities against women/ girl children, a modest endeavor to scuttle the menace. 

The social initiative focused on a wide spectrum of issues pertaining to gender discrimination, crime and atrocities against women including: 

• Gender discrimination;
• Crime and atrocities against women; 
• Ramification of gender discrimination;
• How to scuttle the menace. 

It was a great learning experience, I was moved by the courage, grit, determination of these physically challenged girls…Many of them were facing acute physical challenge, complete blindness, can't speak, can't hear…

At times when we are down, encountering horrible time, we start shutting doors for brightness, think we are the most unfortunate people on this universe…Draw inspiration from these wonderful girls…

Many of the girls were outstanding, would like to mention Asha and Julie…vibrant and intelligent…

Also, thank one of my good friends here in Ahmedabad, Ginesh for his support…

"Change in mindset of the patriarchal society is the key to overcome the shame of gender discrimination." 

"Stop the shame!!! No more rape, crime against women." 

I have also penned down a dedicated to the victims of Gender Discrimination, "Gender Discrimination: An Indian Perspective" is in public domain. 

No intention to make money out of this social initiative. My objective is to bring out grave facts about gender discrimination in India in public domain, hoping the modest initiative will bring a paradigm shift in society's attitude towards women/girl child. The 50% of the royalty earned has been earmarked for the welfare of the victims of gender discrimination.

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