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Visitor
Name: Noopur Chhabra
Location Visited: Molar Bandh
Year Of Visit: 2007
Although I go back to India every other year, I never realized how completely American I was until I walked into the slums of Delhi. It’s one thing to speak Hindi and Punjabi, perform Kathak dances, and spend time with your distinctly well-to-do Indian relatives, but quite



Visitor
Name: Ishan Puri
Location Visited: Molar Bund
Year Of Visit: 2008
Slum. This word brings to mind many horrible and dirty prospects. Education. This word brings about truth, order, and vigilance. Last summer, I visited one of Caring Hand’s projects in Molar Bandh near New Delhi.It was previously a slum with poor conditions



Visitor
Name: Riddhima Bhasin
Location Visited: Nai Disha
Year Of Visit: 2010
Visiting Nai Disha was a life changing experience for me. I got to talk with the students one on one and got to know their backgrounds and their future goals. As I talked with these students, I suddenly realized what a big impact education will have in their lives. These



Visitor
Name: Harish Amar
Location Visited: Arpana Trust, Molar Bund
Year Of Visit: 2009
Few months ago, when I was visiting India, I was invited to visit one of the projects in Delhi supported by Caring Hand. It was a very positive experience for me. The students in all grades seemed to be learning quite a bit of academic skills including English and Math.



Visitor
Name: Agam Arora
Location Visited: Nai Disha
Year Of Visit: 2009
In the last four years, I have gone to India three times. During my last trip, in November of 2009, my family and I saw first-hand the facilities at Nai Disha.In a word-- I was "inspired". SCHOOL--- to me, to my friends, to most every neighbor I have ever had, to most every



Visitor
Name: Anish Puri
Location Visited: Nai Disha
Year Of Visit: 2011
There are some experiences that one can describe as life changing: jumping out of an airplane, climbing Mount Everest, and winning the Super Bowl. However, not all life-changing experiences are quite as glamorous. During my recent trip to India, I had
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