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April 2 is International Children’s Book Day. Children’s writers, children’s writers all over the world are to be talked about on this day. A child writer from Surat who wrote a book titled “Today’s Children, Tomorrow’s Future” at the age of just 11. Bhavika Maheshwari, studying in class 8, is a children’s writer who gained fame as a spiritual orator and a motivational speaker at an early age. The versatile Bhavika has made 10 thousand children aware of PUBG addiction and mobile addiction to save them from the magic of mobile games.
A bond of rites can be kneaded from an early age
In Indian culture, the child is considered as a form of God. The sentiment ‘Bachche Mann Ke Sachche’ is also prevalent. Bhavika Maheshwari has written an interesting book titled ‘Today’s Children, Tomorrow’s Future’ in order to inculcate morals in the minds of children who are like blank slates from an early age and to make other children like themselves citizens. Also, recently he has written a book ‘Sangharsh Se Shikhar Tak’ which chronicles the struggle and achievement of President Smt Draupadi Murmu. Also contributed as a team member in the world’s first ‘Corona Awareness Drawing Book’.
Bhavika is currently studying in St.8
Born in 2009 in Surat, Bhavika is currently studying in class 8. Lives with parents in Vesu area of Surat. Brought up in a spiritual environment since childhood, Bhavika has also acquired deep knowledge of Dharma, Adhyatma, Veda Puranas. Due to which today he is also ‘Baal Ramkathakaar and Balbhagavatakathakaar’. This is another aspect of his persuasive personality. During the lockdown during the Corona period, Bhavika studied Srimad Bhagavad Gita and Ramayana along with her school studies. Impressed by the ideal life of Rama, he thought that I too would contribute to the construction of Ram Mandir in Ramjanmabhoomi Ayodhya. And at the age of 11, Bhavika recited 4 Ramkathas and collected a donation of Rs.52 lakhs for the construction of Ram Mandir.
Watching enlightening videos on YouTube- Bhavika
Bhavika Maheshwari said that she used to watch educational videos on YouTube from the age of five. Learned to give lectures by watching educational videos. Parents also occasionally encouraged me to speak in public. My language was Kaligheli. But I could explain my point to people effectively.
Made a YouTube video series at the age of 10
By the time she was 10 years old, Bhavika had sensitized more than 10,000 children like me in schools, children’s programs by talking about ‘obsession with mobile, online games and ways to break them’. Then made a YouTube video series for the first time on “Today’s Children, Tomorrow’s Future”. Father suggested converting this series into a book. Wrote the first book titled “Today’s Children Tomorrow’s Future” under the guidance of his father. The book contains enlightening thoughts on various topics like misbehavior of children, harm from junk food, good habits, negativity of TV, misuse of mobile-computer, importance of studies, respect for elders, reading good books. Which is an inspiration for children.
Books develop our logical powers
Bhavika says, Books are the wings that help you fly each day with new energy. Books develop our reasoning power. Today’s children are living in the digital world of mobiles. They look for answers to their questions from internet sources like YouTube, Google. Due to excessive use of technology, the child should be taught the habit of reading so that he does not become mobile addicted from childhood. Reading children’s books will take him on a journey to a new and exciting world.
President Draupadi Murmu’s Inspirational Story ‘Sangharsh Se Shikhar Tak’
“Sangharsh Se Shikhar Tak’ is written on the inspiring story of Draupadi Murmu, the President of India, the world’s largest democracy. She has become the first tribal woman President by fighting poverty and conflicts, whose story will send a positive message to the readers, and will also strengthen women empowerment. Being born in a hut and becoming the President is the beauty of the world’s largest democratic country, says Bhavika. Another book of mine titled ’21 Century: Relevance of Ram’ will also be released on April 2, he said.
5-day ‘Vicharshuddhi Katha’ in Lajpore Central Jail
It may be mentioned that Bhavika gave a 5-day ‘Vicharshuddhi Katha’ to 3150 inmates in Surat’s Lajpore Central Jail. During the corona period, he went to the isolation center and gave a motivational speech to strengthen the morale of the corona affected patients. Bhavika received the ‘Global India National Excellence Award’ from MP Manoj Tiwari. Has given Ram Katha, Bhagwat Katha and Motivational Speech in Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.
Nominated as ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ brand ambassador
Bhavika Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, Assam Chief Minister Hemant Bishwa Sarma, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivrajsinh Chauhan, Indian Army CDS-Chief of Defense Staff Manoj Mukund Narwan, as well as central and state government ministers have presented letters of encouragement knowing his achievements in various visits. Bhavika’s father Rajeshbhai Scholar is the administrator of English Academy. Recently honored by Women and Child Development Department and Surat District Administration for best performance on ‘International Women’s Day-2023’ and being nominated as brand ambassador for ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ scheme.