Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil’s unique campaign named “Paper to Book”

Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil is a Young Writer and the Fashion Stylish from Gujarat.

Krishnakumarsinhji Kirpalsinh Gohil, who lives in Savarkundla and his native is Motishri (taluka Palitana) which is very famous in the field of literature. He has become an inspiration for the youth.

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He took his early education from local Gurukul or K.K. Highschool Savarkundla, Amreli. Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil done his Bachelor of Arts with Economic in Savarkundla and Complete Master of Arts with Economic & Bachelor of Education with Economic in Amreli.

Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil is a writer, many of his books are very famous.

Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil’s Grandfather JAYPALSINH GOHIL was present in Operation Blue Star during Indira Gandhi’s time, he was shot on the head. Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil has written a book on his Grandfather which is very famous even today. Krishnakumarsinhji Father KIRPALSINH GOHIL Water Supply and Sewerage Board government were working in Palitana Gujarat. Apart from this he had a big name in Palitana and used to help many people.

Teaching Through Current Letters.

How much is written, printed, sold, distributed and read in the world every day. A good book should be given as the first gift to a school-going child when he starts acquiring literacy, but the poor and needy children are deprived. Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil aims to collect paper items or waste items and use books to educate the needy poor children in return.

A collection of letters printed on paper is not just a piece but a collection. Books are the nourishment of mind and heart. Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil has appealed to the public and schools to light the lamp of their knowledge by reading books, magazines.

Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil says. We know that “what can read is book and fallow is wastepages” the books lying in the shop or cupboard are considered exactly as waste and these books, magazines, which are the epitome of knowledge, can throw useful light into the lives of many people. Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil of Savarkundla accepted this service as the best activity to get the current newspapers, books, magazines from them and pass them on to the needy children and people who are thirsty for knowledge and became the means of this work.