Nature of Service is Worshiping
More than 175 renowned social workers and honorable donors across 16 states of India gathered at ‘Narayan Sewa Sansthan’, Udaipur, on 20th April, 2014, on the occasion of ‘Get together’ function that was grandly organized in supervision of the Organization. A ‘Free of Cost’ corrective surgery camp of 251 physically challenged (by birth) was also inaugurated on the occasion. Mrs. Kanta Rani of Ahmadabad, Mr. Bansidhar Gaur of Bikaner, Mr. Ved Prakash Vashisth of Rewari, Mr. Mahendra Kumar Jain of Vidisha, Mr. Ganesh Lal Dhing of Nimbahera, Mr. Kastur Chand Singhvi of Udaipur, Mr. Anand Mohan of Jaipur, Mrs. Mansha Devi of Rajkot, Mr. Purshottam Bansal of Ahmadabad, Mr. Heera Lal of Ujjain and Mrs. Preeti Ahuja graced the occasion as special guests.
Speaking on the occasion, the Founder &Chairman of the Organization, Mr. Kalash ‘Manav’ said that inclusion of service in one’s nature is the worship of the ‘Almighty’. He further added that the ‘Almighty’ fulfills all our necessities throughout our life. We, too, must come forward and work for the welfare of the ‘oppressed humanity’. The ‘Almighty’ gets pleased with the service of the weakest sections of the society. Our soul, too, gets splendored through it.
Welcoming the guests, the president of the organization, Mr. Prashant Agrawal briefed about the ‘Free of Cost’ service activities that are being conducted on behalf of the Organization for the welfare of the destitute, physically challenged, ‘deaf & dumb’ and blind persons. The Co-Founder of the Organization, Mrs. Kamla Devi Agrawal and its director, Mrs. Vandana Agrawal also expressed their respective views on the occasion. During the function, the ‘honorable’ guests and the ‘respected’ donors were felicitated with Mewari turban, shawl and memento of the Organization. The function was successfully convened by Mr. Om Pal.
Narayan Seva Sansthan offer free mentally retarded children school in Udaipur. We give the best facilities to the children. We have many children who studied in this school.
If you wish to help such people, we have online payment facility so you can donate online charity to Narayan Seva Sansthan.
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