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Saturday In New York With Gitanjali

Saturday In New York With Gitanjali

Jun 30, 2015-- Gitanjali Babbar is a curious spirit who is gently shaking the world with her selfless service. As the founder of "Kat-Katha" in Delhi, she is bringing community and love to the otherwise bleak existence of sex-trafficked women, their families, and even brothel owners. The community is growing strong and volunteers are pouring in. But, during her recent visit to Manhattan, she told writer Tracy Cochran that she does not want to be the head of a movement, and was reassured by the idea that soon the movement would take over and she would fade into the background. "It struck me as strange," Tracy writes, "that I was spending the day with someone whose idea of heroism consisted in taking off her armor, in making herself vulnerable to life, giving up the privilege of separation." In this piece, Tracy captures the beauty and grace of Gitanjali's spirit and the message of love and oneness that she brings to the world through her work. (9667 reads)

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