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Through Kudumbashree I learned to knock the 'T' of the CAN'T ! Updated On 2018-01-23

If anybody recognizing me now, that is only by joining Kudumbashree and I am very proud of that. When I was studying I was active in Campus politics. But in the village Kalluravi, even speaking loudly is forbidden to girls.Then after my studies,I got married, I became housewife, settled with husband and kids.I like to work for public and it was always in my mind. At this time Kudumbashree became very active in my village and I didn’t have clear idea about Kudumbashree.

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I unleashed the strength within me through Kudumbashree Updated On 2018-01-23

I am from Madhur, a blend of Kannada and Thulu languages. I was typical village girl, and lam joining in Madhur ‘Thejasi’ Kudumbashree in 2002. In 2002 the courage and confidence its am showing now I got from Kudumbashree. And I realized that we are living not only for our family but others to we can do a lot of things to the society through the social organization like Kudumbashree.

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