Pankaj Tripathi, a renowned actor known for his outstanding acting skills, recently opened a brand-new library at the Higher Secondary School in Belsand, Gopalganj, demonstrating his dedication to education and community development. This sincere initiative honors his late father, Pandit Banaras Tiwari, whose memory he holds dear.
Pankaj Tripathi, a native of Gopalganj, Bihar, had earlier set out on a journey to restore the educational institution where he had previously gotten his education. He and his older brother worked on the project under the auspices of the Pandit Banaras Tiwari Foundation Trust, a trust created in memory of their cherished parents.
The project involved a thorough renovation of the school’s physical plant, which included the installation of electrical fixtures and a fresh coat of paint on the building’s exterior. Through the installation of environmentally friendly solar energy panels, which were made possible by Pankaj Tripathi’s commitment to sustainable development, the school is now self-sufficient in terms of power and electricity.
In addition to these upgrades, Pankaj Tripathi built a fully furnished library on the school grounds due to his deep love of literature and books. As a source of knowledge, this library is now poised to serve future generations of students.
The opening of the library is particularly significant because it occurs at the same time that Pankaj Tripathi has lost his beloved father. He has given the school and its children a lasting gift in remembrance of his father by encouraging a passion for reading and learning that will last a lifetime.
In establishing this library in honor of my father, Pandit Banaras Tiwari, Pankaj Tripathi remarked, “I aim to inculcate a lifelong love of learning and literature in the hearts of the students of Belsand, Gopalganj. The best gift we can give to the generations to come is education, and it is an honor for me to support their pursuit of knowledge.
The lives of many individuals continue to be inspired and improved by Pankaj Tripathi’s commitment to education and society as a whole. His deeds represent the virtues of kindness and giving back to the community that fostered his goals.