Pankaj Tripathi inaugurates a library in memory of his late father in Gopalganj

Pankaj Tripathi is undoubtedly one of the most versatile actors in the Indian film industry, who he is also known for his heartfelt initiatives towards the needy. The actor recently inaugurated a new library at the Higher Secondary School in Belsand, Gopalganj in the memory of his late father Pandit Banaras Tiwari.

He had also previously embarked on a mission to rejuvenate the school where he received his education. Alongside his elder brother, he undertook the endeavor through the Pandit Banaras Tiwari Foundation Trust, a trust established in honor of their beloved parents. The project encompassed a comprehensive upgrade of the school's infrastructure. In addition to these improvements, the actor helped set up a fully equipped library within the school premises. The library's inauguration holds special significance as it coincides with the recent loss of his beloved father. In honoring his father's memory, Pankaj has provided a lasting gift to the school and its students, fostering a love for learning and literature that will endure through time.

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Pankaj said, "In dedicating this library to the cherished memory of my father, Pandit Banaras Tiwari, I hope to instill a lifelong love for knowledge and literature in the hearts of the students of Belsand, Gopalganj. Education is the greatest gift we can give to our future generations, and it is my honor to contribute to their journey of learning."  

The actor has recently been awarded with the National Award for a supporting role in the film Mimi of 2021, which he recieved day after his father's demise. 

Source: PeepingMoon