Rural Up liftment Program in India

Posted November 30, 2016 from India

I am involved in imparting training for self employment in most undeveloped rural areas of India, where still there is no reach of proper electricity, transportation and basic amenities available. It is a part of our University program. And Staff who were willingly interested to visit these areas are involved in the project. These villages are in Jungles of Madhya Pradesh in India. Amidst beautiful surroundings, covered with mountains and sketched with many rivers, Mother Nature is in its full bloom here. I have always lived in big cities and so I found lots of differences here. People are following truthful lives and are really innocent. These people possess full ignorance from the developed world but they are fully enlightened with the real qualities of self. They are dedicated, hard working, soft spoken and very intelligent to grasp and learn the new skills. My involvement in this project is to teach them sewing clothes, making soft toys, training in embroidery techniques etc. besides creating awareness about self employment and hygiene issues. I thoroughly enjoyed this work. And I believe if everyone follow principle of ' each one teach one', soon the world will be a balanced, developed, literate and full of awareness place to live in. Thanks

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Lisa Anderson
Nov 30, 2016
Nov 30, 2016

Dear Rubina,

You write beautifully! Welcome to World Pulse and thank you so much for sharing about the training you are helping to provide in rural India, which sounds uplifting and empowering. Keep up the great work!

Warm regards,


Ashwani Gupta
Dec 01, 2016
Dec 01, 2016

Thank you for your idealism, Rubina, and thank you for seeing the vast potential in the simple people of rural India! I look forward to your posts about the specific projects you are doing. "Each One Teach One" is indeed a very powerful maxim and I'm very glad that you've adopted it.

Damilola Fasoranti
Dec 08, 2016
Dec 08, 2016

Hello Rubina,

I like your idea of empowerment and your story is closely similar to mine. I lived mostly in the city, but now, I live in the grassroots and I understand what you mean by their innocence.

Yes, they have a sincere quality of self and enlightenment in their own way.

Keep up your excellent work. I will to hear more from your journey.

Hearty Cheers,