Fight For A Cause

Born in a middle-class family, worked as a government employee, but her work was never her passion. Over the years she felt that she should work for the awareness of the superstitions activities going on in the society, and bring awareness to the people that these “baba” fool people by saying unwanted stuff and creating some illusions in the peoples mind. Anti- Superstition movement was made, she was inspired by Narendra Dabolkar, she then decided to divert full-time in the cause, and she visited many villages, Advasi Hamlets, school, colleges, and social institutions. She has worked for the anti-superstition movement all her life now it has been more than 25 years now that she is making people aware Vandana Tai Shinde at the age of 75 is a very active and committed person to the cause, and movement of creating awareness not only to the students, but also men and women of the society. She is so dedicated that she is in the comfort of home, but still, visits remote areas of the state and creating awareness amongst the people. She conducts workshops and unfolds the experiment and logic behind the deeds which the god-men do. She exposes every act of these God-men in a very scientific manner and practicality, and also she makes people in the room who are much unknown to her perform these activities with no haze. The workshop is very effective and transforms the people of all age groups, to move away from superstitious believes and practices. Working against this is a very difficult task. She has never attacked gods, religion, and culture but creates awareness by practical means like live workshops, songs, and dialogues that affects and transforms people of all ages. She is popular among the students and has received awards and recognition from many organization in Maharashtra. She was instrumental in passing an act by the Maharashtra Government for the anti-superstation believes.
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Fight For A Cause

Born in a middle-class family, worked as a government employee, but her work was never her passion. Over the years she felt that she should work for the awareness of the superstitions activities going on in the society, and bring awareness to the people that these “baba” fool people by saying unwanted stuff and creating some illusions in the peoples mind. Anti- Superstition movement was made, she was inspired by Narendra Dabolkar, she then decided to divert full-time in the cause, and she visited many villages, Advasi Hamlets, school, colleges, and social institutions. She has worked for the anti-superstition movement all her life now it has been more than 25 years now that she is making people aware Vandana Tai Shinde at the age of 75 is a very active and committed person to the cause, and movement of creating awareness not only to the students, but also men and women of the society. She is so dedicated that she is in the comfort of home, but still, visits remote areas of the state and creating awareness amongst the people. She conducts workshops and unfolds the experiment and logic behind the deeds which the god-men do. She exposes every act of these God-men in a very scientific manner and practicality, and also she makes people in the room who are much unknown to her perform these activities with no haze. The workshop is very effective and transforms the people of all age groups, to move away from superstitious believes and practices. Working against this is a very difficult task. She has never attacked gods, religion, and culture but creates awareness by practical means like live workshops, songs, and dialogues that affects and transforms people of all ages. She is popular among the students and has received awards and recognition from many organization in Maharashtra. She was instrumental in passing an act by the Maharashtra Government for the anti-superstation believes.
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Submitted: January 2021