11-year-old Raghav Krishna and 8-year-old Madhav Krishna are brothers living in Dubai having a long standing ambition to help the children of determination by providing them specialized education and empowering them to blossom into confident and successful individuals. They plan to raise funds for the Ta'alouf program of Al Jalila Foundation, a part of the His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives. Ta'alouf is Arabic means "harmony". Al Jalila Foundation is best placed to unlock the hidden talents of the children with determination and bring happiness in their lives through the Ta'alouf program.
Among numerous achievements, Raghav Krishna is also the recipient of:
- Young Philanthropist Award 2019 from Dubai Cares
- Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Award 2019 for outstanding Achievements in Academics from H.E. Vipul, The Consulate General of India to Dubai and H.E. Pawan Kapoor, The Indian Ambassador to UAE
- Certificate of Excellence in 2019/2020 from the Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation for Distinguished Academic Performance
Madhav Krishna became the International Champion (Juniors) in Visual and also the 1st runner up (Juniors) in Listening mental calculation competitions at the UCMAS International Competition in Cambodia 2019, and was the youngest International Champion from UAE that year at the age of 7.
The siblings are experts in Mental Calculations being Champions / Prize Winners at National Level and International level competitions and bent on raising funds by displaying their mental calculation talents and fulfill their ambition.
We humbly appeal to all to encourage the siblings and support them munificently in raising funds for this noble cause.
Donors are requested to contact Sumanth Seshadri (Father of Raghav Krishna and Madhav Krishna) by:
Mobile: 971 50 4092102 (available in whatsapp also)
to arrange a date / time to meet the siblings (online due to COVID-19) where questions can be posed to them and they can do instant calculations and tell the answers. Based on the performance of the siblings, the donors can contribute.
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