Pakhi, in her post called Gulaabo Ki Rangat from the blog Pakhi Ki Duniya she beautifully narrated the line “who does not like the colour of Rose”. We all adore the fragrance of Rose. Similarly I would like to Akshita or Pakhi stands as a Rose here. As her fragrance is spreading joy to nation. I want to unfold that many people may not be introduced of this 6 years old little angel who is a youngest Hindi blogger of India originally residing in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.
In her explanation I will start from start Akshita Yadav born on 25 March 2007 at Kanpur. The only mesmerizing talented daughter of her father K.K. Yadav who worked as a director of Postal services in Andaman and Nicobar Islands and mother Akanksha Yadav is a college lecturer in Uttar Pradesh.
Her Blog “Pakhi ki Duniya”
Her blog Pakhi Ki Duniya launched on 24th June 2009. Within a year this became amazingly famous and scored 30,000 rank in Hindi blogs. It’s ranking also extends to the top 100 Hindi blogs. Akshita is the youngest National Child Award winner of India, at the age of 4 years. Indian blogger first time get acknowledgment for their performance through Government of India. Her blog is enriched with the intriguing information regarding Islands and it’s eye candy pictures.
Her parents always supported and boosted her to set her stand apart. The reason why she got a unwavering success with the unlimited help by her parents. Her parents also assist her in running her blog as both of them are writers and bloggers. This speciality of her parents inherited deeply in Akshita also. You can see her parents capability as a writer in blogs like Saptrangi Prem, Bal Dunia and Utsav ke Rang.
As far as Akshita’s achievements is concerned it is countless in her very tender age she has proved that she is the proud daughter of the nation. Her exemplary achievements encourages many girls to dream big. Every time encouragement from her parents is also a lesson for other kith and kin.
The equality I deserve bestow to me.
A very well known profound Rajasthan writer Dindayal Sharma has put her photo on the cover page of his book named “Chun-Chu”.
Few more light I would like to throw on her achievements. Take a look below:
- Best Baby Blogger Award (2011) in Internatinal Bloggers Conference on April 30 at Hindi Bhavan, New Delhi by Uttrakhand Chief Minister Ramesh Pokhariyal Nishank.
- National ChildAward (2011) awarded by Krishna Tirath, Minister of Women and Child Development, Government of India.
- She has more than 500 Facebook followers, 240 Google Plus followers and 120 plus network blog followers. And Akshita has been followed by more than 240 bloggers
- She has been featured on many newspapers headlines. Check few screenshots below:-
There are many more news of this kind which you can find on the sidebar of Pakhi’s blog.
Her skill as a writer
Little angel Akshita’s writing skill has the blessing of Goddess Saraswati. She earned her fame as a writer at the age of 4 years is a God grace with her consistent effort.
One of her post which is my favourite ‘betiyon ke prati najariya badalne ki jarurat’ is indeed commendable. She did actual justice with the title. The emotional and mature explanation against vulnerable plight of daughter is splendid.
Pakhi is a voice of every girl who is speaking to the masses
“Wake up world look at me deeply
I am a daughter, sister, wife, mother.
Don’t loose me, I portray every role
with devotion, accept me with love
I can make the nation proud. Don’t
hate me, I am one who can make
many men. Don’t shatter me, shower
your concern for me”.
With Akshita’s blog one should learn the real life lesson. Now come all let us reaffirm our commitment to protect the rights of every girl child so that the birth of many Akshita can be feasible.
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