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A nine-year-old girl from Delhi is not only a well versed Kathak dancer but she also wants to work for underprivileged kids. Want to know more about her? Continue reading and don’t miss her video along with this article..

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The beginning

Nine year old Avantika Pande always wanted to work for underprivileged kids. At this age many kids may not gather courage to start something of their own, but Avantika, a student entrepreneur, founded Baccha Savdhan, her Youtube, channel in March this year to become the voice of the poor kids.
“Every summer for the last eight years of my life, I have been travelling with my family globally and explored 30 countries and discovered new cultures and places. This year, I witnessed boredom and anxiety and a mix of lockdown, health emergencies, migrants on the road land online learning and no school issues,” she told Chalgenius.

Moved by the issues of children

While dealing with this, she stumbled upon an idea of serendipity and tried to engage herself with meaningful content around the great migration, child labour issues and dwindling economy and helplessness of humans in trying to find out the Covid-19 vaccine.

Trying to create awareness

She says that she needed to cut through the clutter and present issues in a simple manner to her friends and other kids of her age. There is a lot of creativity amongst children which she tries to showcase in her youtube channel, Baccha Savdhan.
When asked about how does she strikes a balance between her studies and work, she replies that she has a team of friends with whom she discusses her plans and she also gets her parents support to write scripts.
She remarks that she has a growing community of parents, educators, industry experts and of course children.

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What encourages her?

Avantika says she has been a good orator and this skill has helped her win several awards. “I want the children from all over country to watch and discuss a wide gamut of issues like child labour, environment, politics, news, online school and Indian culture,” she adds.

Plans

Her aim is to bring billions of children on her youtube channel so that she can feature them and give them voice.

Budding Kathak dancer

She is a budding Kathak dancer and has participated in 15 competition and won first prize in all such competitions. She has recently won an online competition, Lockdown Star of India.
Avantika says that currently she is not earning any profits but she believes that earning money is equally important for her passion of supporting downtrodden kids.

Get in touch

Avantika Pande
Founder & Creator
Baccha savdhan
bacchasavdhan@gmail.com
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