Students From Kerala Visit Sulabh Campus In New Delhi
New Delhi, June 24 (TNA) A group of 28 students from Sree Sankracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady Kerela, visited Sulabh Campus today. The guests were warmly welcomed and taken to the Sulabh Public School, where they keenly observed the Sulabh School Sanitation Club students learning to make sanitary pads.
They visited the Sulabh International Museum of Toilets which has a rare collection of unique artifacts, pictures and objects, detailing the eye-opening, historic evolution of toilets from 2500 BC to date. They also keenly observed the models of Sulabh’s innovative technology-based twin-pit pour-flush toilets; Public toilet linked biogas plant, Sulabh Water ATM which provides affordable and cheap water to the neighborhood, Sulabh Health Centre and the Kitchen, using methane of the biogas plant as fuel.
The guests had a very informative and educative interaction with Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, Founder, Sulabh Sanitation, Social Reform, Health & Hygiene and Human Rights Movement. He urged the students to become a giver and not a taker, adding that the 'God has helped us to help others".
In a lighter mood, the students sang a melodious Malayalam song for him and much to their amusement he sang a song, which he has himself composed " Hans ke dikha do, Hans ke dikha do, Hans ke dika do ji". They paid their heartfelt respects to him and he blessed them to strive to achieve great heights in life.
Sulabh hopes that they would further spread the message about the importance of sanitation for overall wellbeing of our society and wish them success in all their endeavours.