Who is Sarita Mali
Originally from Jaunpur, the family of Sarita Mali lives in Mumbai. 28-year-old Sarita’s father had come to Mumbai in search of work. By working there, he somehow feeds the family. Sarita was also born in a slum of Mumbai. To ease her father’s burden, she used to accompany him to sell flowers at traffic signals. She studied in a government school near the slum. When she grew up, she started teaching tuitions to small children.
used to sell flowers at traffic signals
There were 6 people in Sarita’s family. The whole family lived in the 10 by 12 room. Father Ramsurat Mali used to work whole day and Sarita used to teach tuition to the children, sell flowers at the signal to help them. With these tuition money, he enrolled in his graduation. Apart from mother Saroj Mali, there are two brothers and a sister in the family. Sarita would teach tuitions to ease the burden of the family and continue with her studies. Sarita was very good in studies. His passion led him to the Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi. Graduated in Hindi, then did PhD, but now a beautiful turn has come in his life.
Fellowship in America
In the year 2014, Sarita got admission in Jawaharlal University of Delhi, after which her world changed. Sarita herself tells that after coming to JNU, the attitude about the country and the world changed. He wrote that JNU’s brilliant academic world, teachers and progressive student politics taught me to understand the country in the true sense and changed my perspective of looking at society. Sarita has been offered fellowship by two universities of America. She has been offered fellowships from the University of California and the University of Washington, but Sarita chose the University of California.
post going viral
Sarita wrote this story on her Facebook post, after which her story is becoming very viral. People are congratulating him, praising his dedication, his efforts. At the same time, Sarita is also very happy with her success. He said that the fellowship was awarded on the basis of his merit and academic record.