Being a part of “The Rat Race”, the society looks other as just another participant in that same race. If someone refuses to be a part of this marathon, he/she is labelled as a witless person. But we, at Thalagiri, have branded these courageous personalities as “Unique”.
Today, in our featured section, we have someone who always look forward to breaking the clichés of the society and live a life infused with freedom. Also, she has always been against blockages and limitations which Indian society puts on everyone.
Meet Sabira Hita, the founder of “I am Unique” Workshops that aim to carve out the unique traits and characteristics in children and help them develop a unique goal in their lives. She also teaches and mentors students of a private school. Thus, she is well familiar with the ins and outs of children behavior and mentality.
A friendly and optimistic personality with a keen interest in art, reading and writing, Sabira’s hobbies basket also contains travelling and explore the world and various aspects of life.
While selecting the subjects for 10+2, she was on a horns of a dilemma and realized other students to be in the same state. Few selected subjects under the influence of the society while other under the pressure cherry picked subjects. She realized that they are not doing it merrily but doing so for the sake of making it to the next level of studies. But she’s been lucky to have supportive parent and she started finding her passion.
From January 2015, Sabira started working on creating this amazing workshop of knowing yourself and gave it a name ‘I am Unique’. After many meetings and discussions with many schools, she decided to conduct her first summer workshop with PIE, Rajasthan Patrika in July 2015. After getting much needed appreciation, she conducted another workshop in winter with one-year program in a private school of Udaipur.
Sabira has been a pencil with a different color since her childhood. She tries to pass her curiosity and courage among children with her workshops.
As a suggestion to all the parents, she says that “Let your child follow his/her passion; stopping them from doing so will destroy and harm his/her personality.”