Field Work Report on Brahmarisi

It is a field report in Hyderabad, here more emphasis is on the elite class association work as sub culture. But the fact is they need a dominance on power and authority of the society n Hyderabad.
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  Field Work Report I was invited to attend the meet of Brahma rishi seva Samaj at Jagdhgirigutta in temple of Pursuram Bhagwan to great the Governor of Goa. Initially I was thinking that it’s a regular meet for their member. But after reaching their, I found that a big mass people gathered with full media attraction. After interviewing the president of seva samaj I understood that Governor of Goa Mridula Sinha wad invited for visit the Parsuram Temple. Specifically we can say, it’s a meet in the sense of political attraction for gather political power in the state of Hyderabad. The Governor of Goa “ Mridula Sinha ”  was on visit of Hyderabad city in view of some special tour were invited. She and her husband Dr. Ram Kripal Sinha both are a politician of Indian state of Bihar. Hence many people of this caste association who belongs to Bihar are knowing him and her personally. That’s why they wanted to great her as she reached to this stage from the same place by stepping up each ladder. The theme of this meet wrote as (Brahma rishi seva samaj Hyderabad Mahamhim Srimati  Mridula Sinha Rajyapal Goa Hardik Avinandan karta hai)” Greeting to Mridula Sinha as Governor of Goa by Brahmarisi seva samaj Hyderabad ”.  On the occasion of this meet around 200 people of this caste were register and near about 250 people from Bihar other than this caste were present. The event were started at 0730 pm. Though the chief guest were reached on 0815 pm. Before that the anchor of this event had been giving introduction about the Guest that she belongs the Muzaffarpur District of Bihar and she did her education from Muzaffarpur University. Mridula Sinha was born on 27 November 1942 in the village of Chhapra Dharampur Yadu in Muzaffarpur district of Bihar state in India. Her father was Babu Chhabile Singh and her mother was Anupa Devi. She attended  the local school in Chhapra and later studied at Balika Vidyapeeth, a residential school for girls in Lakhisarai district. She completed her bachelor's degree and married with Dr. Ram Kripal Sinha, who at that time a college lecturer based in Muzaffarpur town, Bihar. After marriage, Mridula continued her studies and took a post-graduate degree in Psychology. She then took a job as a lecturer in the same college in Muzaffarpur where her husband worked. Shortly afterwards, her husband received his doctor's degree. He was interested in serving the poor rather than in making money. The couple therefore settled at Motihari in the remote and under-developed East Champaran district of Bihar. Mridula studied for and obtained a Bachelor of Education degree during this time and became the Principal of a school in Motihari district. With the encouragement from her husband, Mridula enhanced her writing skills and experimented with the short story format. She was interested in cultural matters and village traditions. She wrote short stories on these topics and on folk tales that she gathered from the villages where she and her husband worked. Many of these stories were published in Hindi language magazines and were later compiled into a two-volume anthology named Bihar ki lok-kathayen ( folk-tales of Bihar ).  She also wrote several novels and a biography of Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia titled Ek Thi Rani Aisi Bhi. A film of the same name was later made based on this book. Ram Kripal Sinha's commitment to social welfare had taken him into politics at the district level. Mridula initially helped her husband in reaching out to the women of the constituency during his campaigns for election to the district committee. She developed a very strong interest and commitment for social welfare, although she had no interest in electoral politics and never contested any election. Her deep insight into village ways of thinking and lifestyle combined with the influence that her husband was increasingly wielding in his party meant that she was able to do a lot of good work in the villages of Motihari district, especially in the fields of education, healthcare, sanitation and promotion of milk co-operatives. This brought her much respect and recognition, and Mridula was named Chairperson of Central Board of Social Welfare. At this time, her husband was a cabinet minister in the Bihar state government. During the BJP's campaign for 2014 general
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