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A Siddi Woman Hirabai Lobi Prospered The Lives Of Many People| A Sublime Example Of #WomenEmpowerment|

Video... The radio turned out to be the means of education to Hiraben which impacted the lives of thousands of illiterate villagers. The dwelling of Sidi community in India: The Siddi, a race of African descent, inhabits many cities and villages in India. They are a hardworking community. Siddi people like to dance and sing. Their distinctive dance, known as DHAMAAL, and song reflect the glimpses of the culture of their native country, Africa. From about the sixth to the sixteenth century, the Arabs traded with India. They brought with them Africans as laborers (slaves) for shipping and other labor. Afterward, the British and the Portuguese also used to enslave them. Many Siddhi families settled down in India. Hiraben Bai Ibrahim Lobi, a Sidi woman from Jamboor Village: This post is about the story of Hirabaiben Lobi, a Siddi woman from Jambur village in Junagadh district

6 Women Social Welfare Reformers Of Gujarat| Women-Empowerment|

The-Hard-Life-Style-Of-Salt-Workers. Serving for social welfare is a sacred act. Those who engage in such work do not expect any reward or praise. Social work requires patience and hard work. Many social workers in the country are working for the welfare of the needy people of a democratic nation. Although the list is very long here, some women social workers of Gujarat have published information for information and education. I hope you like this post. Content Strong-willed Kanchanben ignites the flame of knowledge in 123 poor children of the remote village. The Women's Industrial Training Institute at Rajkot works to make many women self-reliant. Social worker Minaben Desai made 25000 women self-reliant. A 21-year-old female social reformer travels to the desert for the welfare of salt workers. A Goanese Ocean Scientists dedicated her life to the salt workers and became more than Gujarati. Video: The hard lifestyle of the salt workers. [1] △ Strong-

Inspirational Story of Mehroonisa: The Mother Of Nawazuddin Siddiqui| Every Mother Is A University In Her Own Right|

हिंदी... Video... Mehroonisa-The mother of Navzuddin Siddiqui. The story of a woman who never went to school; but provided higher education to her children. Where there is a will - there is a way: Faced with adversities, Mehrunnisan, who was presented as an excellent social worker today, was born and grew up in the Kairana village of UP. Her father was a cleric, and he taught his daughter Urdu and the Arabic language at home. Children were never used to being sent to school in their village. But the children of Mehrunnisa's maternal uncle used to go to school. Mehrunnisa also had a desire to read, so she used to read their books with the help of her cousins. Due to this study, his confidence and spirit grew. Her married life: The financial condition of the family was not good. When she was 14-year-old Mehrunnisa married in a family in Budhana, 30 km away from her homeland. The monetary situation at her husband's family too was weak, and there was a big family, s

Highly Educated Muslim Young Girl Became Sarpanch| Women Empowerments|

Dr. Shahnaz Khan: A highly educated woman from a backward village in Mewat, Rajasthan, became *Sarpanch. On 5th March 2018, after passing out the MBBS degree, she participated in the Election and won; and became the Sarpanch just at the age of 24 years. She is the first-ever highly educated woman Sarpanch in her constituency. Shahnaaz Khan has created history by becoming a Sarpanch. She was elected as the Sarpanch of Kaman gram panchayat, which falls in the Meo-dominated area of Bharatpur district. Shahnaaz achieved another feat by becoming the fourth generation member of her family to enter politics. About Shahnaz Khan: Shahnaz Khan was born in the small village of Mewat in Rajasthan. The Mewat region is spread in two states,  Rajasthan and Haryana. It is a backward area regarding infrastructure — education, health, and economics. A family history of Shahnaz Khan: Shahnaz Khan is the daughter of a Congress leader. Her paternal grandfather Hanif Khan has been the Sarpa