Every year Udaipur’s Narayan Seva Sansthan works for uniting couples who find solace in each other’s exceptions. Yes, we are talking about the differently abled people who are taken care and treated at Narayan Seva Sansthan each day. The society around us disregards people with disabilities, but it is the feeling of love that binds them together. They seek refuge in each other’s disabilities and hence they complete each other.
Narayan Seva does a noble work of tying the hearts of the underprivileged and disabled by marrying them in a Mass Marrying Ceremony specially designed and executed for people at Narayan Seva Sansthan.
Over the years of its establishment, Narayan Seva Sansthan has continuously arranged free of cost Mass Weddings for the differently abled and impoverished couples turning their life into a fairy tale.
This year, Sansthan’s free of cost Mass Marriage Ceremony called ‘Divyang Vivah’ is being conducted on September 8-9th in Udaipur. The Sansthan takes the responsibility to turn the lives of the differently abled and destitute into a delightful experience.
30 mass marriage ceremonies for eligible young differently abled as well as poor boys and girls have been successfully organized over the course of last 18 years. With this initiative, 1500 such couples have been tied in the lifelong knot of marriage. This year as well, they are helping 54 couples to tie the knot in Udaipur.
The Sansthan aims to create an inclusive society, where people with disabilities are accepted into the mainstream economy and social life. Every single person is special and talented and is just looking for a chance to excel and get a family started.
Narayan Seva Sansthan’s initiative and urge to make a difference will slowly and eventually can overcome the way people treat the differently abled and poor.
If you want to witness this amazing unison of couples you can them live on the Facebook page of Narayan Seva Sansthan here
Date of the ceremony: 8-9th September 2018
Venue: Seva Mahatirth, Badi, Udaipur
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