Amidst hatred and negativity, this seven-year-old from Mumbai has decided to spread some love. And while most of us are ranting about the world in our drawing rooms, Sanjana Bhosale, a standard 2 student from OES International School is using her creativity to provide education to the kids in need.
You may call her India’s youngest philanthropist who has donated five of her artworks to help educate poor students. According to Inuth reports, it’s only been a few months since she got a private instructor for painting. She picked up quickly and was soon drawing everything, from landscape to human portraits.
The five-year-old’s mother Madhavi was amazed over her daughter’s the proclivity towards painting and told her to consider the possibility of donating the works that could help educate poor children. Sanjana jumped at the idea, “She was so happy and excited about using her talent for a good cause,” Madhavi said. The family then approached Debabrata Auro Foundation, which is run by Dr Debraj Shome and Dr Aparna Govil Bhasker. After which the family donated five of Bhosale’s artworks.
If you too want to give something back to the society and help a soul in need, Bhosale’s paintings are available for sale on the official website of the Foundation. Interested buyers can write to the organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org.