Nasar Thootha’s charity gives out once-used wedding attires donated by privileged families to women of limited means.
Neeta Lal is a Delhi-based journalist and editor. She writes for over 25 publications worldwide and was nominated for World Media Summit Global Awards... for Excellence 2014 and SOPA Awards 2014.
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