A few years ago, Ashwani Parashar visited his hometown Dholpur during the Diwali break from his medical studies in Jaipur. Always brimming with sensitivity for the society, he decided to celebrate his Diwali with people from financially repressed backgrounds. Along with a group of friends, Ashwani bought some sweets and crackers and visited a village, called Rajghat, on the banks of Chambal River. The moment they reached the village thew saw there were no roads to drive on. While walking towards the village, A new thought had already made inroads into  Ashwani’s mind.

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