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This Engineer-turned-Language Instructor has taught Hindi to more than 5000 Expats, all with a tinge of kindness

It could have been an ordinary day at college for Pallavi. But it was her pro-activeness that changed somebody’s day, and eventually her life. As fate would have it, she did not quite follow the typical trail. Pallavi used to notice how Julien, an exchange student from the Republic of Congo, often asked her questions about Hindi. She always sensed that he would be able to adapt sooner to the country if someone could help him a little with the language. She helped him out in a bid to make sure that he feels at home in a foreign land. Little did she know, that all this would later go big.

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