Adivasi teacher who built school library by singing and begging for books...

Purushottam Singh Thakur is talking to an adivasi headmaster of a school in Koria district of Chhattisgarh who has built a library in the school on his own effort and without any Govt support. He says every evening he and his fellow teacher went to parents with students and sang song requesting them to give books and this is how they built the library. He also sings some of the songs they sang. For more Purushottam Ji can be reached at 08458806902

Posted on: May 15, 2013. Tags: EDUCATION PURUSHOTTAM THAKUR

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