I am proud of Indian culture and education: Ektaba Sodha
Talking about Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said, "When I met. In April, one thing stood out very much and the message of Modi Ji's life is that he took India to the global level.
Sodha Cadmus School in Jamnagar which is considered to be one of the famous schools in Gujarat is the CEO of the school Ektaba Sodha a name that has proved to be an inspiration to thousands of women, her journey has been amazing. Despite her studies in London, she has maintained Indian culture. He is a well-known name for social work, educational work, and inspirational work. Let us tell you that Ektaba Sodha has contributed a lot to many campaigns like saving the environment, and save soil. Apart from this, let us further tell that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also very happy about the educational progress of Sodha Cadmus School. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also an inspiring personality for Ektaba Sodha. Recently, many interesting things were shared in the interview with him.
Where did you get the inspiration to stay down-to-earth even though you have inspired hundreds of women in the academic field and created a huge profile in Gujarat? “It is said that when a tree bears fruit, the tree bends down. This is a simple and common rule of life and the more education you get and the more great people you come in contact with, the more good teachers you get, the more humble you become in life. And when we are working in the service of people, it is very important to be among people and to be like them. This is a quality of human life without which you cannot work”
Talking about Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said, "When I met. In April, one thing stood out very much and the message of Modi Ji's life is that he took India to the global level. Because he never thought that India was below anyone. This is an approach of neutrality that I find very inspiring from his life.”
"Let us tell you that a campaign called Save Soil has been started from 21 March 2022 by Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev of Isha Foundation based in Coimbatore. The campaign which started from London cycled 30 thousand km across 27 countries and reached Jamnagar by the sea where Ektaba Sodha gave them a grand welcome at the holy land of Jamnagar and represented the grand event.