Every day, for two hours, a vacant room on platform no. 4 of Varanasi railway station transforms into a bustling space full of students.
But it isn’t like any other school or classroom you may have encountered. Christened the Ghumantu Pathashala (Nomadic Classroom), this school is has a charm of its own.
The onus of transforming the lives of these kids in and around Varanasi station by teaching them basic writing and reading every single day dedicatedly for two hours has been taken up by the men in khaki. Read More…
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