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Ajji Kai Tuttu – Jnanavikasa Programme

In the earlier times every family was a joint family. They used to live together under the guidance of elder member of family. Grandparents used to tell moral and mythological stories to their children’s and hand-feed meals to them. Now a days the joint family is disappearing and everyone living in a nuclear family. To save these cultures SKDRDP is organizing “Ajji Kai Tuttu” programmes under Jnanavikasa programme, in which the eldest members are called to tell the stories and then hand-feed meals to the children. These programmes will teach children to respect their elders and importance of relationships. So far, SKDRDP has organized total 5,619 programmes and 2,00,440 members were participated in the programme.

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