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Kahaniyan Hamare Heroes Ki

Before we discuss ‘KAHANIYAN HAMARE HEROES KI’, we need to highlight why we need heroes at all, what they do for us, as well as who a ‘hero’ is. We have chosen to use this definition by Matt Langdon, as our guide and starting point- “THE OPPOSITE OF A HERO IS NOT A VILLAIN; IT’S A BYSTANDER.

Heroes act when they see something wrong, they take risks and they work in the service of others.

A society with abundant and available role models has more possibilities for growth.

JAI HIND STORIES | KAHANIYAN HAMARE HEROES KI’ is focused on providing Indian Youth and others with relatable stories about relatable people who acted, took risks and served others. We believe these stories are essential and should be shared widely as:

    1. Indian youth today need better heroes and role models – defined as people who can inspire them to work on grassroot problems.
    2. People who do choose to work on these challenging issues for India are often struggling for funds, volunteers, support and understanding. We believe these stories will highlight both the issues our heroes are working on, as well as them.

    Each of our stories comes out of research on grassroot problems and the people involved in solving them. Our team travels to the location and meets with our heroes as well as people affected by their work. We then document their work and create a film.

    We also encourage other storytellers to use our content (that we share as creative commons) to tell the heroes’ stories in their own way and share our film footage.

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