Harekala Hajabba Biography: The President was surprised by Hajabba’s dress and simplicity | Akshara Sant.

Harekala Hajabba: The staff of the Union Home Ministry, who arrived in Delhi yesterday for the flight, were surprised by Hajbab’s dress and simplicity.

Harekala Hajabba received Padma shri award

Harekala Hajabba, better known as Akshara Sant in Dakshina Kannada district, today received the Padma Shri award at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. Receiving the Padma Shri Award from President Ramnath Kovind, the President has been honored with the Padma Shri Award. President Ramanath Kovind also wept with amazement at the simplicity and humility of the attendant who stood beside him in a white shirt, white panchayat barefoot.

The staff of the Union Home Ministry, who arrived in Delhi yesterday for the flight, were surprised by Habbab’s dress and simplicity. The event was attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, MPs and Union Ministers.

Hajabba who walked out of their hands until the President took them to the stands, bowed their heads when the award was received. He smiled at the camera as the President leaned over to look at the camera. Many dignitaries including Karnataka ministers, Union ministers and President Ramanath Kovind have congratulated the Padma Shri awardee Harekala.

Harekala Hajabba Biography.

Hareka, who hails from Mangalore in the Dakshina Kannada district, has built a school for himself by selling fruits at the side of the road. The 64-year-old is not a schoolboy, but has now built a school and supported the lives of thousands of students. For this reason, they are called Akshara Sant.

In recognition of his contribution to the field of education, the central government has announced the Padma Shri award for the year 2020. Hajabba was born in Harekala in Mangalore. Due to the situation at home, lunch was not able to go to school. She lived in the village since childhood and then went to Mangalore and started selling oranges and molasses on the roadside. When the hijab went to Mangalore and started the fruit business, it was realized how embarrassing society can be if people do not know their education and languages. Deciding not to deprive his students of his education, he built a school for the poorest of the poor by selling the orange.

Hajabba decided to start a school for the poor children.

The Hajabba decided to start a school for the poor children who could not afford to pay for their education. For that, Hazaba wandered into the office of District Panchayat, District Collector and BEO. Those who traveled to get permission to set aside the fruit business and start school were not allowed to start school, and there was no money from the sale of the fruit. However, with the cooperation of the local representatives of the uninitiated Hajbaban, the primary school was approved by the District Panchayat, and on June 6, 1999, the primary school was opened in Madarasa building in Newpadpu village with 28 children.

Harekala Hajabba Biography: The President was surprised by Hajabba's dress and simplicity | Akshara Sant.
Harekala Hajabba Biography: The President was surprised by Hajabba’s dress and simplicity | Akshara Sant.

Hajaba, who had begun to build his own school for his students, had collected an amount of Rs. While holding the others in the village, they demanded to hand over the encroached government land to the school authorities. Then, in 2004, a magazine issued a yearly income of Rs. He put the prize money into the school building and wandered off to start a high school. The then legislator, U.T. Qadar granted the town a high school. Thus a school in Harekala rose.

Many came forward to join hands with Hajabba’s efforts

Afterwards, there was talk of Hajjabas everywhere. Many came forward to join hands with Hajabba’s efforts. Many of the guilds also donated money to the school building. Hazab’s name began to appear in the media. The Padma Shri also won the Padma Shri award.

Harekala Hajabba, which has won many awards so far, still sells oranges. The old hawk who roams the streets of Mangalore, selling orange fruits, has not yet given up his profession. Hajabbas, also known as Akshara Sant, is included in the textbook of many universities, including Mangalore University. Hajabba is home to hundreds of poor children who have not been educated.

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