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Introducing myself and my journal: No More Manganiyar: Merasi!

About Me:
We are a group of passionate advocates who believe in basic human rights and traditional cultural heritages that add richness and diversity to our global community.

My Passions:
Arts and Education

My Challenges:
The Caste system

My Vision for the Future:
Dignity and Respect for All


MaymeL's picture


Hi Merasi,
Welcome to World Pulse! You are now part of a thriving community of grassroots women leaders and supporters from 190 countries. Do visit the World Pulse Getting Started Guide to learn more about networking in our community: You will also find info on how to add to your profile and how to maximize your interactions on the forum!
In your bio you say you are part of an organization! It would be great if you could add the link and tell us more about who your organization is and the great work you are doing!

I look forward to connecting with you,


Umme Mahbuba's picture


Welcome to our vibrant World Pulse online community! It is a pleasure to have you with us. Here you will find people from over 190 countries to network and connect with. You'll be able to find people who share your interests and passions as it is a very positive, support space.

I want to encourage you to read through our Getting Started Guide to better understand how to navigate our site:

I encourage you to be bold and brave by sharing your own voice! We're ready to listen. I hope to read more about you soon in your journal.

Thanks for being with us! Once again, welcome!
Umme Mahbuba

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