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 A 7-year Old Girl Shows Her Generosity To Educate The Poor. 

Date of Publish - Tuesday, 7th November 2017

A 7-year old girl shows her Generosity to Educate the poor.

Mother Teresa says that “All of us may not do great things in our life, but we are capable of doing small things with great love and affection.” To be generous to mankind, the greatest ideal thought that everyone should possess. But unfortunately, only a few people are blessed with that wonderful gift. Seven years old, Sanjana Bhosale is blessed with that.


A little girl from Maharashtra proved that Age is not a limit to be generous. The spirit of giving and sharing comes from birth itself. It is not the action that should be practiced by all of us as and when required.


Sanjana Bhosale, a young philanthropist who decided to donate her paintings to a non-profit organization, Debabrata Auro Foundation (DAF) to raise the fund to educate the poor. With this ideal thought, she is surely a role model for other children of her age.


Sanjana learned and reached the range of drawing the human portraits within a short period. This was observed by her mother Madhavi Bhosale and advised her daughter to donate her paintings to educate the needy children.


Sanjana has worked and collected more paintings for auction and the Debabrata Auro Foundation have uploaded all her paintings. Now all her paintings are available for sale.


Usually, children like painting and they never allow others to touch them. But, our little Sanjana is quite different from others. Her action made all of us think for a while and there is a lot for us to learn from our little Sanjana.

If a 7-year-old comes forward to educate the poor. What is our contribution in such acts?

It is the time for all of us to think!

(Picture Source: Debabrata Auro Foundation)

Author:
Igniting Minds Team

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