Mumbai: Shri Radhe Maa Charitable Trust distributed umbrellas and food grains to senior citizens,children and the needy at Nilkanth Mahadev Temple,Ganesh Nagar,Kandivali (West),Mumbai on Sunday, 25 June 2017.
On this occasion, Shri Radhe Maa personally came to the temple. To begin with the first worshipped the deity of God Neelkanth Mahadev and then joined the event. She received a warm welcome and was greeted with flowers, applied tilak and applause too. The children then rendered devotional and patriotic songs. Thereafter, on behalf of the trust, Shri Radhe Maa herself distributed umbrellas and food grains to the senior citizens and children. The beneficiaries glowed with joy and happiness.
Sanjeev Gupta, the trustee of Shri Radhe Maa Charitable Trust announced that girls who have secured more than 70% marks in school, the trust would facilitate them with their fees,books and uniforms. For availing these benefits, they should come to the trust’s office in Borivali (West) with their mark sheets.
Anil Garg, the trustee of Neelkanth Mahadev Charitable Trust informed that Shri Radhe Maaji comes to this temple to worship every Shivratri and offers food to all the worshippers.The religious offering,a substance of food,termed as Prasad is savored by more than 5,000 people. Kamlesh Singh, a social worker from the area added, “Shri Radhe Maa has been coming here for almost ten years and has been helping the needy people.”
Many office bearers from Shiv Sena like Santosh Rane, Lalsingh Purohit and Hitesh Ajani along with Shivaji Gupta, Sanjeev Gupta, Amit Gupta, Rajeev Gupta, Anil Garg, Kamlesh Singh and many others graced the occasion and made it a commendable affair.
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