‘Gram Gadar’ is sent every month to the rural people, particularly in the rural areas of Chittorgarh, Ajmer, Bundi, Bhilwara, Udaipur and Kota Districts in Rajasthan. ‘Information is Power’, keeping this fact in mind, suggestions and information have been collected from the readers from time to time. Though ‘Information is Power’, it is not the whole in itself. It must help us in achieving the desired goals. As a result, the ‘Nigrani’ section was given a prominent place in ‘Gram Gadar’. Consequently, many letters have been pouring-in from the readers of ‘Gram Gadar’. These letters were analysed and, on the basis of the information collected from them, important conclusions were drawn.
‘Gram Gadar’ has gained popularity not only among the aged people, women, youngsters and children of rural areas, it has also become popular in some urban areas within a short span of time. People have started considering it as their own paper. They have started pasting it on the walls of prominent places in their village. They also ensure its safety and protect it from being torn off the wall. The Extra Departmental Agents (EDA) of the Postal Department helped a lot in this endeavour. In this regard, some selected responses are also published every month in the ‘Aapka Patra Mila’ (Letter to Editor) column.