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Bhau - a citizen which all good people in this world must be proud of because of his courage, simplicity & vision

You can see CSRidentity.com in the present form just because our cofounder who had an almost fatal accident on 28.8.2013 (at about 5.30 AM in the morning) exist today because his father, Bhau (who was 82 years of age at that time) had the courage to take him to hospital. If the cofounder was taken to the hospital after an hour or two hours, then no one knows - including the doctors - whether CSRidentity.com in the present form & present vision would have ever happened.

But this is not the only courage of Bhau.
He was full of courage and lived with great simplicity and his views about religion, god, caste have greatly influenced our cofounders.

For him, truth was more important than relationship... and we want each citizen in this world to know that truth is invaluable.
(And our cofounder Sanjay Bapat had the same views right from childhood and he after experiencing professional life for more than 30 years knows that we deal with human beings first and then comes the company, NGO, funding agency, government for which they work. And some are financially corrupt and some are not corrupt and yes, we are saying financial corruption here and not mental corruption because again, our founders are experiencing mental corruption a lot more from the so called middle or upper middle class).

Bhau wanted each one (of course based on age & medical condition) to donate blood and went to the houses of many people he knew with a request to give funds to Kai Wamanrao Oka Raktapedhi, the blood bank which was coming up in Thane district.

Bhau also realised that citizens in cities / metros are economically progressing faster than citizens in villages. But this is only about economic progress and not about development. He also felt that people divide themself into castes ... and unfortunately some are upper castes and some are backward castes.
So Bhau started to help an NGO - Bhatke Vimukta Vikas Pratishthan - which educated nomadics (many are children of pardhi) in Yamgarwadi in Solapur district of India. He even visited Yamgarwadi school once. Some citizens unfortunately brand these pardhi nomadics as people who have wrong behaviour in spite of their sterling contribution to our society.

Bhau always believed that a personal decision may seem to be taken just in a second but that decision is taken after a lot of thought & experiences.
He was firm of his decisions till he left this world on 09.02.2015.

Bhau never believed in any particular god but he believed that there is an unknown entity which guides us all. Most of the citizens call it as god and like in products & services, there are different brands of god !!! (Of course he was focussing on just India, which is the world's largest democracy but after 28.08.2013 our founder's thinking has changed. Now for us, India - however big - is a just 1 country. Many countries makes this world and world is a small part of this universe).

Till almost 01.02.2015, Bhau was daily going at 5.40 AM for a morning walk and again for half an hour as an evening walk (walk is a good excercise).

Now we think ourselves as global citizens (even our cofounder ends his letter / email by the designation Global Citizen . Official & legal designation is written sometimes because individuals & institutions want it to be written but he thinks it is not important, the mindset as a global citizen is important. And global citizen does not mean one has travelled across the world and is often in different countries. Even if one has not ever moved out of a small village or a forest in Africa, she / he / transgender is an integral part of this world. We clearly mean that we all are born as humans in this world first and then comes our caste, colour, country, religion and a few other things... ).

It was from Bhau that we have a learnt that we are born and leave this earth as humans (no one takes any money, any property, any gold ... when she / he leaves this world and therefore think beyond your family).

Bhau has physically left this world but we want citizens in this world to replicate, modify or even scale up his efforts.

Let everyone participate in development because now our vision is universal development, with or without us.

Tribute to Bhau's thinking will be only when we reduce below the poverty line citizens (and that is where you see our request of removing poverty of 1.4 billion poor) Yes, it will be great if we leave this world as good citizens and people feel & say that they have lost a good person. Even if one is financially very poor person, people will still say the same if one was a clean & uncorrupt thinker.

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CSRidentity.com is not even counted as a drop of water in an ocean. But 7.4 billion plus humans will surely make a difference. See sustainable development goals of UN. We value Bill & Melinda Gates more for their work together to expand opportunity to world's most disadvantaged people.
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Jordan Spieth is an ace player in Golf. But sports is not the only thing in his life. Ellie, Jordanís younger sister with special needs, is his constant source of support and grounding. CSRidentity.com through Developed Nation Network Trust has started developing Kokanipada (forest area in Thane) which has adivasi (tribal) citizens. It is our sample of universal development. Yes, do take care of your own sustainability but think about the sustainability of this world and this universe.
Just give $1 a month. If 1 billion citizens give just $1 a month, integrate it to arrive at $12 billion a year. Please do it. It is our sincere request to all of you.