KBC 11: Activist Plants Trees For Each Girl Born In His Village

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KBC featured Sakshi Tanwar and Shyam Sunder Paliwal, in a special episode of the show called Karamveer special. Read on to know more details.

Written By Hrishikesh Gawade | Mumbai | Updated On:
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KBC featured actor Sakshi Tanwar and social activist Shyam Sunder Paliwal in a special episode of the show called Karamveer Special. Shyam Sunder Paliwal is a social activist known for his work towards the betterment of the lives of girl children who have to face a tough life. He has worked to make their lives better and stop the practice of murdering a girl child. Read more to know about the great work by the Karamveer Shyam Sunder Paliwal.

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The special episode featuring Karamveer Shyam Sunder Paliwal 

Sakshi Tanwar, who appeared on the show along with social activist, said that Piplantri is a successful working model in front of them and more villages should follow this example set by social activist Shyam Sunder Paliwal. She added that there are a lot of efforts made by Paliwal behind this initiative and if people realise the importance of this model and put it to practice, then we can certainly progress as a country. A girl plays various roles across different stages of her life; from being a daughter to a mother and even the link that holds an entire family together. A child’s source of learning in the initial stages is a mother. And it is therefore important for a girl to be educated and self-sufficient, not only for the betterment of her family but also for the society and the country at large.

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Paliwal’s daughter died in 2006, and the Karamveer Shyam Sunder Paliwal took the pain he had and turned it into something beautiful. He started a mission, to plant trees and celebrate the birth of a girl child. He was saddened by the fact that instead of loving their own children, parents would kill their baby girl. He was aware of the practice of female infanticide in his village and was hurt by it. He, as the head of the village, tried to change the mindset of the villagers and changed their ways. When a girl was born in their village, a person from the family would push a grain into her mouth which would cause an infection. And that would lead to the premature death of the child. He worked hard to change this and now the birth of every girl child in the village is celebrated and not looked down upon. 

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