MUMBAI: On the occasion of New Year, different people celebrate in different ways but the people at Shri Radhe Guru Charitable Trust celebrated the New Year in very unique style. On 1st January 2017, they went to the Aadivasi children’s school ‘Madhyamik Ashramshaala Parli’ in Wada Taluka at Parli in Palghar(Maharashtra) and distributed blankets, books and copies as gifts when they came to know that in winter, the poor children there do not have proper clothes to wear to ward off the chilling cold weather. The people of the Trust often go there and to other places nearby to offer help.
On behalf of the Trust, Sanjeev Gupta says, “We are always at the service of the people at large. It was indeed an overwhelming experience to spend our time with the children at the Madhyamik Ashramshaala Parli there. There is lack of facilities for living, reading, eating, drinking as well as tools for studies and the government should concentrate on them and ameliorate their living conditions. According to Radhe Maa, service to the people is also one kind of worshipping God. All of us help the needy by organizing different kind of programmes. If we have been gifted with lives as human beings by God, we should not let it go to waste and help people around us and be of use to them. The day we start helping people nearby us, the society we live in and the villages in which we live, there will be a positive change as far as the nation is concerned and hardly any one will be sad or face harsh difficulties. We should forget mutual hatred for each other, religious bigotry as well as caste distinction and be united to work for the betterment of the country.”
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