The Camps, spread over three days at each venue, were multi-purpose, inclusive events, and enriching for children and adults. People from all walks congregated – farmers, fruitsellers, traders, housewives, local leaders, Gram Panchayat representatives, school HMs, teacher’s professionals, and education officials. There were community meetings and discussions, illuminating talks, talent shows, and theatre by children, music art, and dance. Every activity had a pointed, loaded message – education. The skits children put up under the guidance of our teams were about the triumph of the educated child, the plight of the uneducated misfit, or the ill-treatment and discrimination of the girl child.