Social Activist in India - Jitendra Kumar


Jitendra Kumar is a well-known name in the world of the social activist in Delhi whose roots run deep in the city of Hathras in Uttar Pradesh. He currently resides in Delhi with his family and is an active supporter of the Robin Hood Army, a non-profit, non-governmental volunteer-based zero funds organization that works to get surplus food from restaurants to the less fortunate sections of society in cities across India and 14 other countries.

The philanthropist Jitendra, even as a mere child was fascinated by the way of variances in the lifestyle of different sections of the society as well as the distinct differences between the rippling societal definitions have and have-nots. As he grew up and entered college, the questions only grew as he became even more aware of the stark yet illogical differences in the societal groups as well as of the need to do something in order to bridge such a difference.

With the help of his strong political connections in the country which came about with his family being a seasoned Congress supporter in the region, he was able to create a rivaled support and grievance network and social circle, which helped him authorize and implement and perform some long time standing social work and spread a few rays of sunshine and happiness in his area and fulfill his calling as a social activist in Delhi.

More than anything, Jitendra as a social activist in India firmly believes in leading by example, so whether it is his way of life, his public conduct, his attire, everything is structured and well-positioned to keep him individualistically on top of the several different social circles of knowledge, discussions, and activities he is involved in. His Instagram handle, imjitendrakumar, is another testament, proof, and homage of his articulate upbringing and outlook towards life with his zeal and dedication for a social presence and activism extending throughout every possible sphere.

He grew up ad comes from a zealous and hard-working background with full trust being placed in his sense of propriety guides him in all acts undertaken and performed by him. He has assistance from a nationwide social gathering which helped him create robust political connections and construct a strong community that enables him to do lots of issues for public welfare within the space.

He besides being a social activist in India has several close friends in the entertainment as well as the cricket industries and is extremely particular in maintaining and cherishing such close ties with such friends irrespective of their jobs being in the B-town and the formidable Indian music industry.

In an attempt to socially propagate the importance of fitness and ensuring the same, he considers it to be his duty as a social activist in Delhi to also taking special pains and set up his own brand of fitness programs which caters to all classes and societal groups without taking the haves and have nots into account and will be launched soon. For such exceptional social service in the region, Jitendra has also been awarded as a youth icon.

Being a humble and down-to-earth person Jitendra in his words says “This award has pushed me further on the road to doing things for the greater good.” He has set benchmarks in every field he has been a part of, be it sports & fitness, fashion, or social service, he has become a guiding icon and beam of the same.

His website pays homage to several different inspirational yet realistic quotes given by the modern-day young philanthropist such as “Believe in Karma” and“In a world of worriers, be the warrior.

Thus, it barely comes as a surprise that he has emerged as one of many keys and critical social media influencers and a social activist in India and not just the capital in this age.

Comments (5)

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    Sept. 29, 2020, 5:30 p.m.

    Great job

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    AKs T
    Sept. 29, 2020, 5:31 p.m.

    Good job

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    Sept. 29, 2020, 5:56 p.m.


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    Sept. 29, 2020, 5:58 p.m.

    The Superman.........

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    Sept. 29, 2020, 6:01 p.m.

    the super job

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