S for Sheroes Hangout #AtoZChallenge

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  1. Shalini says:

    Thanks for sharing! I will make sure that I visit too 🙂
    Amazing women!
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  2. rajlakshmi says:

    This is one cause that I have been following and supporting for long. Every time I read the stories of sheroes my heart melts, I get goosebumps … but what I love the most is their undying spirit… the way the girls are trying to set up their business is so inspiring. Visiting Taj Mahal is now one step down the list.

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  3. SHEROES truly lives to its name, inspiring and you provide a voice so beautifully:)

    https://vishalbheeroo.wordpress.com/2016/04/22/rave-and-run/

  4. Shilpa Garg says:

    What a fantastic initiative! Have been to Agra quite a few times , but was not aware of Sheroes Hangout. Would love to visit it.

  5. Jayanthi says:

    Interesting. This post will inspire many to visit the cafe in Agra. Atleast it is on my list to visit
    Thank you for sharing.

  6. You know what… going here someday would definitely be in my list. Had read about it but forgotten… your post is a timely reminder.
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  7. Geets says:

    I knew about this place and have seen it from outside. But didn’t know about it then. I came to know about it later. I haven’t been inside the cafe, though have gone to Agra quite many times, but will surely visit it during my next trip!

    P.S: I keep going to Agra, quite often, coz that’s my hometown 🙂

    Cheers

  8. Sunila Vig says:

    Wonderful and I would definitely drop in there whenever I go next and take my daughter for sure too.

    http://www.sunilavigauthor.blogspot.com.au/2016/04/shachi-and-indra-poem-in-two-parts.html

  9. It truly is inspiring. Acid attack victims are mostly totally innocent, and bear suffering for no fault of theirs. This cafe is giving them a chance to stay unhidden from the veil of shame, quite literally!

  10. Kala Ravi says:

    Parul this is really such a wonderful initiative! Nothing more heinous than that of this cowardly attack on innocent victim…. considered as acts of passion! Yes this is one place worth paying a visit!
    @KalaRavi16 from
    Relax-N-Rave

  11. Bellybytes says:

    Truly admirable. Are these the same girls who run a beauty Parlor too?

  12. OH I missed this.. HAdnt heard of it. I have been to Agra but seldom here!

  13. My Era says:

    What a wonderful place for women who’ve seen the ugly face of life, to be together, be each other’s strength and inspire the world that with inner strength one can move on in life.
    Thank you for sharing this 🙂
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  14. Obsessivemom says:

    There’s one here in Lucknow too. Hope I can visit it on my trip.

  15. Astrid says:

    This is so wonderful! It is so sad that these women were attacked but so good that they find new hope and new dreams in the café. Your positive post raises awareness of acid attacks – which I knew little about except through your blog – but more importantly inspires people!
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  16. Sounds like a great place full of inspiration.
    Hope you get to visit.

  17. What an interesting story you have told – thank you. It’s a nice place where you won’t be judged and stared at.

  18. What a fantastic place for women to hang out and be themselves without being judged. They already live with inner pain, and shouldn’t have to. thanks for sharing this story.

  1. May 11, 2016

    […] hotel which had this famous dish : Qatari Chicken Majboos. I asked her if we’ could go to Sheroes Hangout instead. Looking at her blank expression, I shook my head and proceeded to book a table for […]

  2. June 29, 2016

    […] result and there should be some way to also measure the impact. When acid attack victims set up a cafe, they wanted to not let their identity fade because of their looks. They wanted to be a part of the […]

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