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January 22, 2017
At least 51 differently-abled and financially challenged couples got married at a mass wedding ceremony organised by a charitable trust in west Delhi's Punjabi Bagh area on Sunday. These included 31 differently-abled couples from Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. Family members and friends of the brides and grooms also joined the celebrations. The charitable trust, identified as Narayan Seva Sansthan, said that they had organised the ceremony "as a sign of solidarity towards the community". "The mass wedding ceremony is an endeavor from our side to elevate these individuals to become fully-functioning members of the society," the organisation said, in a release. It added, "Disability shouldn't inhibit one in any aspect, be it professional or personal sphere." Prashant Agarwal, the president of the Narayan Seva Sansthan, said that most of the young men and women who tied the knot had met during the course of free-of-cost corrective surgery at the Jaipur hospital. Mr Agarwal further added that the organisation had also conducted a mass wedding ceremony of 92 couples in the national capital's Ramlila ground in June, 2016. The couples were also presented household items at the time of the 'Kanyadaan' ritual. "Families of the brides and grooms were treated with warmth as the marriages were performed with pomp and gaiety. Necessary household items were also distributed among the predestined brides and bridegrooms at the time of 'kanyadaan'," the organization said, in a release. The event - held at Janmashtami Park in New Delhi's Punjabi Bagh area - was also attended by Vinay Thakur, the deputy superintendent of Tihar jail.
December 03, 2016
On the World Disability Day, Narayan Seva Sansthan- a charitable organization that runs one of the largest charitable hospitals in the country for Specially-abled people, in particular polio and by birth disabled, is organising an Free of cost Artificial Limb Donation Camp. The press conference was held on December 1, at Press Club of India in the national capital, to generate awareness about the camp and the aids that are being provided. The camp is to be held on December 3, in which 101 aid including 51 artificial limbs and tri-cycles, wheel chairs & crutches and much more will be distributed. The conference was graced by Dr Manas Ranjan Sahoo, Head of Department-Orthotic and Prosthetic, Narayan Seva Sansthan, Dallaram Patel, Planning and Event Head, Narayan Seva Sansthan and Ompal Silan, Coordinator-Delhi Camp, Narayan Seva Sansthan. A media-sensitisation was undertaken on the plights of the specially-abled and how can one contribute towards the noble cause. According to Kailash 'Manav', Founder and Chairman, Narayan Seva Sansthan, "We are pleased to announce our Free of Cost Artificial Limb Distribution Camp, to observe World Disability Day. Disability is a handicap that has been plaguing the nation, with close to 21 million people being disabled, in India alone. This press conference has been held, to create awareness amongst people, alongside a brief about what Narayan Seva Sansthan do. It is our long-standing motto to make a difference and contribute to eradicate disability for good." Prashant Agarwal, President, Narayan SevaSansthan, had said, "The aim of the sansthan in addition to the treatment (Corrective Surgeries) is to provide education and vocational training to the specially-abled and poor people with proper facilities to develop their potential to the fullest so that they can be self-reliant and independent. The Artificial Limb Distribution camp is another endeavour from our side to help these individuals in their path to a fully-functioning member of the society. India is in great need for sensitization, when it comes to disability and we must come together to combat the stigma surrounding disabilities.  
September 19, 2012
Narayan Sewa Sansthan (Trust), a National NGO, Udaipur has recently organized "Blood Donation Camp" at Udaipur, that recorded a collection of 101 units of blood. The camp was inaugurated in the representation of Shri Kailash Agrawal 'Manav', senior reporter Mr. Sudheer Mishra and president of Mitra Mandal Bhindar , Mr. krian Nagauri also attended the camp at Hiran Magri, Sector - 4 at " Manav Mandir" on 15th September,2012. The organization has got an overwhelming response from localities and many guests outside Udaipur. Everyone was eagerly waiting for his or her turn to donate the blood for a noble cause. Speaking on the occasion, Shri kailsh 'Manav', Managing Director and Trustee said expressed his openion that no other donation is as pure and worthy that could prove fruitful for the much needed humanity. Saving one's life through blood donation is the best blessing that the "Almighty" showers on a person. Narayan Sewa Sansthan (Trust), Udaipur is a NGO, that offers educational, social and medical services for the needy persons, especially from the tribal belt. Poor, needy and physically disabled people are being operated 'Free Of Cost' in the hospitals of the Organization. This charitable organization is engaged and closely associated with "free of cost" treatment and rehabilitation facilities for mentally retarded children, handicapped and disabled individuals. It also maintains an orphan children hostel and a residential school for the blind and deaf-dumb children, where free of cost lodging and boarding facilities are being provided to these children. This NGO is organizing service camps from time to time for the distribution of food grains, medicines and basic utility items among poor tribal people and aids & appliance such as calipers, crutches, tricycles & wheelchairs free of cost etc. The main motto of Narayan Sewa Sansthan (Trust) is to make the disabled people to stand and walk on their field and rehabilitee them to become independent in the life.Make an online donation today itself for the welfare of destitute, disabled, poor and the needy people. Your good self shall always be blessed by the 'Almighty' and the needy people, for this noble cause of yours. For more information, kindly visit the website of the organization at http://www.narayanseva.org/or call it at 09649499999