Thaaragai was introduced to water when she was three days old so she got adapted to it early in life. “She started floating in the water she was nine months old and started to swim well by the time she turned three. Whenever I go scuba diving, I take my daughter along with me. She has seen me collecting plastic which gets dumped and washed into the sea. Thaaragai wanted to save the ocean. When my daughter turned eight, she became eligible to scuba dive in shallow depth. So, we planned for underwater clean-up. We did our initial planning like a weather check and arranged a boat for our travel. We took all the required equipment like a small tank, baby mask, BCD (buoyancy control device) and regulator,” a proud Aravind says.