Chhavi Rajawat, sarpanch (village chief), of ‘Soda’ village, Rajasthan, emphasizes on the need to transform rural India. An MBA graduate, Rajawat describes how she was able to develop her village and take forward the work started by her grandfather. She also shares the challenges of being a sarpanch in Rajasthan, a state rooted in patriarchy.

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