Kranti- an abberation
By: Laxmi Hosmani
My name is Laxmi. I’m 17 years old. I came to Kranti on 26 March 2011. When I was coming here I was very animated. Because I know that I am going to the right place. When I came here I got so many things in my life that I didn’t have before. In Kranti, everyone is affable with each other. And Didis have affinity with me. And they teach us how to draw aesthetic painting. In Kranti the Didis are very adroit at typing and abetting us. Some time they admonish our mistakes. And they thought with us how we can accentuate in our talents.
At most NGO I saw that the girls want to abscond. But in the Kranti there is no reason to abscond. There is one rule that I like so much: violence of any kind including physical and verbal attacks will not be tolerated.
Kranti is an aberration of an NGO. Whatever is abstruse to us they abet to teach us that. There is accommodation for the girls who really needs abet for the study. And in Kranti the the Didis are very animated. And mostly I see that the other NGO has altercations but Kranti is an aberration from other NGOs. And in the Kranti all girls are very cute and there painting also very aesthetic. Kranti is my family now.
And we have so many opportunities to learn so many things and to do good things that so many children don’t have. So that is why I thank god for my life and mostly I thank god for Kranti, and all girls that are in Kranti.
(Laxmi used SAT words to write this essay.)