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Ritika Wrote A Poetry Collection On The Struggle Of Half The Population



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Hear the news Hear the news Lakhimpur Kheri. Ritika Saxena, a student of BAMS, resident of Mohalla Sankata Devi, has written a poetry collection ‘Manzil Ek Pehchan’. There are many compositions in this about women empowerment. In this woman, you have courage, personality, let you try too, fight with yourself, till how long, a new flight … etc. Women’s life struggle, fulfillment of social responsibility, education is a collection. Saxena says that since childhood, she had been seeing the struggles of women around her, which has been rhythmically in the poem. In the program of All India Kayastha Mahasabha, former Municipal President Dr. Ira Srivastava has honored the student with Kayastha Gaurav Samman. Ritika is a final year BAMS student at Dev Bhoomi Medical College, Dehradun. Father Rajkumar Saxena is working in Parag Milk Producer Society. While mother Anju Saxena is a housewife. Ritika’s dream is to serve the society by becoming a doctor. Dialogue Lakhimpur Kheri. Ritika Saxena, a student of BAMS, resident of Mohalla Sankata Devi, has written a poetry collection ‘Manzil Ek Pehchan’. There are many compositions in this about women empowerment. In this woman, you have courage, personality, let you try too, fight with yourself, how long until the end, a new flight … etc. Women’s life struggle, fulfillment of social responsibility, education is a collection. Student Ritika Saxena says that since childhood, she had been watching the struggles of women around her, which has been rhythmically in the poem. In the program of All India Kayastha Mahasabha, former Municipal President Dr. Ira Srivastava has honored the student with Kayastha Gaurav Samman. Ritika is a final year BAMS student at Dev Bhoomi Medical College, Dehradun. Father Rajkumar Saxena is working in Parag Milk Producer Society. While mother Anju Saxena is a housewife. Ritika’s dream is to serve the society by becoming a doctor. conversation .

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