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FIRST – HAND [Teenaged Eco-Heroes]

I was born in one of the most densely populated cities of India, Varanasi. It has always been my home. I was 7 years old when I started studying in a school run by a non-profit organization called ‘Bagh Devi Children’s Art School’. My education was free. They provided us with books, notebooks and other related facilities free of cost. We used to plant small flower saplings around the open space and garden to make it look green and beautiful. While I was studying there, an American woman came to my NGO and stayed with us for a year. 

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