Young Hindi Writer Rishabh Kumar Wins an Award for his social work.
Young Hindi Writer Rishabh Kumar Wins an Award for his social work, his Hindi book ‘Aur Fir Nazm Bane’ was loved by the readers and now he is winning awards for his philanthropy.
“You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.”
One such example is set by Rishabh Kumar from 4th year CE, who has won several awards for his various contributions in different realms of social work which mainly focused on child marriage, forcible wedlock, etc, and also, clothes distribution, fundraising for the poor in his hometown Dhanbad, Jharkhand. He is also a member of Agniveer, Jharkhand and Ekal Bharat Abhiyaan and he has been to different villages doing his bit every day, bridging gaps between the communities, trying to bring harmony in today’s society. This award is given to 121 most effective people of India in these respective fields of expertise. He received this award from the Jaipur Sansad Atal Gaurav Ratan who are the founding members in Indira Gandhi Panchayat Bhawan, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
His book ‘Aur Fir Nazm Bane’ is all about the experience of 19 years of his life. All the feelings of love and the battles that he faced so far have been put down on paper earnestly including the deep emotions about love and betrayal. It’s not only the book but its a journey of 19 years. When the author has started writing he was writing only about his life but after that, he has also written about the changes and the social cause. In this book, readers will come across the social issues also related to women, dowry and blood donation as well as about the nation as a whole. Its a complete mix of love, nation, and social causes. The Co-writer of the book is Sikha Shivangee from NIFT, Hyderabad.