Rudransh Gowani works actively towards the upliftment of the children through Ankibai Ghamandiram Gowani Trust

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Rudransh Gowani son of Ramesh Gowani and Nidarshana Gowani has been taking active part in the social welfare done by the NGO Ankibai Ghamandiram Gowani Trust. He was recently seen distributing sweets and other eatables to the children in the society.

Since as very young age Rudransh Gowani has been working actively towards the upliftment of the society. He has been keen to take part in the different programs and initiatives taken by the NGO. Rudransh Gowani says, “I work very closely with the Ankibai Ghamandiram Gowani Trust towards the development of the society. It gives me an immense pleasure to work towards the children and help them to grow just like me. When we share we grow much faster and as members of the society we need to work in unison to build a better world”.

Rudransh Gowani, the son of Ramesh Gowani is also a song writer and singer who sings songs creating awareness of the different societal issues. His songs are today available on leading music stores and have been receiving tremendous support from the listeners across the world.

We need such attitude and right values from the children right from the start in build an inclusive community. We are indeed proud to have such mindset at a very early age.

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