Amazing Indians : Debabrata Ghosh & Paul Walsh: Indian At Heart – Ep 6 – Part 1

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Debabrata Ghosh has been working for 26 years with the Santhal tribal community in the Burdwan district of West Bengal to include them in India’s growth story. Be it education, health, arts and culture, women empowerment or infrastructure there is not a single aspect of their lives that Debabrata Ghosh has not touched upon and improved. He started the ‘Damodar Adibasi Development Society’, with the sole objective of social and cultural evolution of this tribe. In order to create rural women empowerment he started teaching craft work using jute. After decades of hard work, hundreds of young girls are preparing carpets, jute bag and masks and earning a living for themselves! A mentor and a teacher, Debabrata Ghosh dons many hats with ease. This Amazing Indian has contributed immensely to the cause of the Santhals and is not ready to hang up his boots anytime soon.

Paul Walsh is a vivacious man who once served at the British Deputy High Commission in Kolkata. But this former diplomat changed the course of his life in 2004 when he formed a Rugby team called ‘Jungle Crows’ in this city of joy. His mission is to teach rugby to underprivileged children across the country. Many of Paul’s former students have now been employed by him as coaches. A fatherly figure to thousands of children, Paul has devoted his life to bringing smiles and success to those who need it the most!

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