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What struck me the most about these children was that they were no different from me when I was a kid, nor from any other kids I had ever known. As per the tradition in schools here, we left our shoes outside, as we did in all the other schools we visited. PRASAD Chikitsa passes out this food six days a week to undernourished children between the ages of one and six years old as well as expectant mothers, serving between and beneficiaries a day. I could smell the milk in the big can that sat behind me, as well as the steamed matki sprouts lentils and the small bunches of bananas. Find us on Facebook.

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Bachchon ke liye bhojan (Food for Children) | Prasad

One little boy started to speak to me in broken English when he found out I had come from America — I later found out that many of the five and six year olds understood all three languages, and were learning to read and write them!

I am serving makti sprouts to a young girl named Aaradhya Patil Many of the kids in the schools we visited wanted to share with us the things they had learned — at age six they had already memorized many poems and songs in Hindi, English, and Marathi the regional language.

As I continued to observe and interact with the children throughout the morning, one question kept coming back to me: One of the children reciting a Marathi poem with her own unique bacchhon of acting it out.

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One of the teachers helping pass out food to the children The first school bachcnon visited was a small, one room establishment. Bachchon ke liye bhojan Food for Children. Some of the older kids ran outside with big smiles on their faces to greet us. When did bachxhon, as teenagers and adults, start letting things like different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds influence how we think of people, sometimes even before we meet them?

I could smell the milk in the big can that sat behind me, as well as the steamed matki sprouts lentils and the small bunches of bananas. In every school we went to, some outdoors, some indoors, all the children sat down in a circle or a line. The first school we visited was a small, one room establishment. Here, I am showing Hansika Yadav and Rudra Patil how to take a selfie, and then they try it for themselves!

What struck me the most about these children was that they were no different from me when I was a kid, nor from any other kids I had ever known. A group shot of all the kids in one of the schools eating the food we had just served to them.

Many of the kids in the schools we visited wanted to share with us bachcbon things they had learned — at age six they had already memorized many poems and songs in Hindi, English, and Marathi the regional language.

We went around the room, serving the food to everyone as soft laughter and conversations filled the room. In this picture, she is reciting a poem about a fish that went to sleep.

I loved hearing some of the classic nursery rhymes and remembered that I had learned them when I was in kindergarten, and found myself singing along with them. PRASAD Chikitsa passes out this food six ie a week to undernourished children between the ages of one and six years old as well as expectant mothers, serving between and beneficiaries a day.

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I was amazed at their knowledge of so many languages at such a young age with so little resources! Find us on Facebook. Bachcon Panchapakesan July 30th, In all of the schools, everyone sat on the floor and ate with their hands. Coming from a background in which I have everything I need, it was amazing to see and experience how content they were with whatever little they had. As per the tradition in schools here, we left our shoes outside, as we did in all the other schools we visited.

It made me wonder when and why these issues become obstacles as we get older and eventually become adults. Although I lived in a completely different environment, no preconceived notions came into play when they talked to me — I was simply another person interacting with them.

Bachchon ke liye bhojan (Food for Children)

Serving the matki sprouts my main role to all of the children was an incredible and humbling experience for me. What prompts people to feel either insecure or better than other people, kke because they have more or less money or come from a different background? Their curiosity about the world and love of all people around them reminded me that every child interacts with the people and things around them, regardless of their socioeconomic status, their country, or their gender.

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I am serving makti sprouts to a young girl named Aaradhya Patil.

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