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On the 15th of August we had planned to celebrate Independence Day at around 11am, as planned all the children had assembled in their crisp clothes for the celebration. Although no formal flag hoisting was planned, they had arrived in advance and had planted a wooden mastin the ground with the tricolorflag. They had decorated it with wild flowers and were seated, waiting for the program to begin. While I hosted the program and began talking about the freedom fighters and the current day problems of the society and after the talk we were sharing sweets with each other, a class seven boy stood up and questioned me _ “sir, there are many problems in this society, what exactly do we need to do to clean up the society today”?Instantaneously I told him that it was the mind or mindset (MANASU) that needed to change. An education system where learning imparted  values for life that actually shaped healthy mindsets was much needed.Thereafter I began to call those sessions as MANASU!.

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Giving blankets for needy people

Giving blankets for needy people

On the 15th of August we had planned to celebrate Independence Day at around 11am, as planned all the children had assembled in their crisp clothes for the celebration. Although no formal flag hoisting was planned, they had arrived in advance and had planted a wooden mastin the ground with the tricolorflag. They had decorated it with wild flowers and were seated, waiting for the program to begin. While I hosted the program and began talking about the freedom fighters and the current day problems of the society and after the talk we were sharing sweets with each other, a class seven boy stood up and questioned me _ “sir, there are many problems in this society, what exactly do we need to do to clean up the society today”?Instantaneously I told him that it was the mind or mindset (MANASU) that needed to change. An education system where learning imparted  values for life that actually shaped healthy mindsets was much needed.Thereafter I began to call those sessions as MANASU!.

Giving blankets for needy people

Giving blankets for needy people

On the 15th of August we had planned to celebrate Independence Day at around 11am, as planned all the children had assembled in their crisp clothes for the celebration. Although no formal flag hoisting was planned, they had arrived in advance and had planted a wooden mastin the ground with the tricolorflag. They had decorated it with wild flowers and were seated, waiting for the program to begin. While I hosted the program and began talking about the freedom fighters and the current day problems of the society and after the talk we were sharing sweets with each other, a class seven boy stood up and questioned me _ “sir, there are many problems in this society, what exactly do we need to do to clean up the society today”?Instantaneously I told him that it was the mind or mindset (MANASU) that needed to change. An education system where learning imparted  values for life that actually shaped healthy mindsets was much needed.Thereafter I began to call those sessions as MANASU!.

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