Amitabh Bachchan’s Granddaughter Creates Street Art To Promote This Cause

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by Sanmita A 474

Street art has been a prominent way of creating awareness and buzz regarding an issue or topic of relevance by various governments and organizations. It can be a form of decor while, on the other hand, it can be the medium to depict stories. Street art is usually created in places where it might get the maximum people’s attention, for instance, building exteriors, highways, roads, public walls etc.

Street Art To Create Menstrual Hygiene Awareness

And, off late Amitabh Bachchan’s granddaughter, Navya Naveli, one of India’s famous Bollywood kids who is usually more active on her social media than being spotted by the paparazzi, has caught netizens’ attention for bringing relevant social issues to people’s attention through street art. As a result, she has created a lot of buzz regarding menstrual hygiene on social media.


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Navya took to Instagram to post a series of updates regarding World Menstrual Hygiene Day. She called the mural an attempt to celebrate menstruation & make public places more period friendly. People dropped appraisals and applauded her for her dedication for her spirit in helping the cause.


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A post shared by Navya Naveli Nanda (@navyananda)

There is no such update on Navya Naveli entering the film industry; however, her brother, Agastya Nanda, will debut with Zoya Akhtar’s much-talked-about film, The Archies.

Navya Naveli is the founder of Project Naveli and a co-founder of Aara Health. Her Project Naveli is an initiative to fight the issue of gender inequality in our country, India. Aara Health is a women’s health platform aiming to build awareness and services around feminine health in India.

Maharashtra Government’s Move On World Menstrual Hygiene Day

The Maharashtra government has introduced a scheme under which women from the BPL category and those from self-help groups will be provided 10 sanitary napkins at ₹1.

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