India Sudar] Visit at an orphange home in Noida

[India Sudar] Visit at an orphange home in Noida

From: arnab0341@yahoo.co.in to India, indiasudar

show details 4:21 PM (5 hours ago)

Dear Udhay,

On Saturday, the 28th March, 2009, I along with my friend Anjan Goswami, who is also a member of India Sudar, visited an orphanage home named Sai Kripa Bal Kutir at Sector -12, Noida. At first glance it is very difficult to make any differentiation of Bal Kutir from other orphanage homes of our country. But once you get into the detail about this orphanage home, you will surely be able to distinguish it from the rest.

Sai Kripa was started by a Keralite lady named Anjina Rajagopal in the year 1989. In 1976 she moved to Delhi with her family as her father got transferred there. Gradually, with the passage of time this noble lady from Kerala mixed up with the North Indian society. Her philanthropic attitudes towards the society and her big heart inspired her to dedicate herself for the benefit of down-trodden, street children and orphans. She did not get into marriage, family and stuff like that rather she made the whole society her family. This feeling forced me to think that how selfish I am. Currently she is running three projects under the name Sai Kripa (www.saikripa.org)namely Bal Kutir, Sai Shiksha Sansthan and Sai Bal Sansar. The latter two are schools for poor children located at Sector -135 and Sector-41, Noida respectively.

At present there are 36 children staying in Bal Kutir. The number of students are approximately 300 and 80 in Sai Shiksha Sansthan and Sai Bal Sansar respectively. Sai Kripa is mainly looking for some enthusiast persons who can teach the children as there is a dearth of teachers in these two schools due to very less salary. I hereby make an appeal to you to make some donation to the Sai Kripa and deploy some volunteers for this project.

Regards,

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Arnab Mandal

Associate System Engineer

IBM India Pvt. Ltd.

India Sudar Membership # 665

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