When the spirits are elevated, then every difficulty becomes easier. You must have heard this, but these daughters of Hardoi of UP have made it come true. Having settled the matter of understanding poverty and family situation and leaving them behind, these daughters are determined to do something different.
Anshi Shukla, a student of GGIC, topped 10th and secured 81 percent marks. Anshi says that her father Shiv Prakash Shukla, a resident of Batganj, died 5 years ago and after that she was brought up by Ramprakash Tripathi, a resident of Gohari in Sursa. Anshi's father wanted her to be the best teacher and he is working hard to fulfill that dream. His mother Sudha Shukla is a housewife and the teachers are also happy with the education of Anshi. Kulsoom, a resident of Salempur Rai in Tonderpur, is also praising the dream of becoming a fashion designer. Every day women travel 45 km from Salempur to Ahirori and then to Hardoi to and fro ITI.
Kulsoom, who walks to school every day after walking about 7 kilometers, wants to become a fashion designer. She wants to move forward by defeating poverty and raising her six siblings. Similarly, Pooja Devi, a resident of Lalauli Tihara in Sursa, is taking training of stitching. She say that every daughter should be skillful and by learning to sew, she can be made skilled. Her father, Shri Krishna, runs a tea shop and the expenses of the house are somehow manageable.