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A Refreshing way to do Seva
29/04/2012 03:09:59  VSK, Chennai

Nearly 1,00,000 pilgrims from different places across the world have darshan of Lord Balaji at Tirumala every day. Recently darshan to Lord Balaji at Tirumala took a long time for the devotees.  Do you why?  Chennai Food Bank a project of Rajasthan Youth Association organized a special trip for 1,008 mentally retarded  children to Tirupathi from Chennai in a chartered train during the first week of April. Chennai Food Banksupplies 26,000 kgs of grains every month to over 200 orphanages and institutions meant for the differently-abled. Chennai Food Bank, which has served over two crore meals  since its inception, is celebrating 25 years of service and has arranged for this train trip under its project called ‘Apna Bana Lo’ Scheme.

Talking about the initiative, Anand, the co-chairman says, “2012 commemorates the silver jubilee anniversary of the Rajasthan Youth Association and what better way to celebrate than this — taking God’s own children to His abode?” For these differently abled kids from the city, a visit to Tirupathi is like a dream come true. A Refreshing way to do Seva

Nearly 1,00,000 pilgrims from different places across the world have darshan of Lord Balaji at Tirumala every day. Recently darshan to Lord Balaji at Tirumala took a long time for the devotees.  Do you why?  Chennai Food Bank a project of Rajasthan Youth Association organized a special trip for 1,008 mentally retarded  children to Tirupathi from Chennai in a chartered train during the first week of April. Chennai Food Banksupplies 26,000 kgs of grains every month to over 200 orphanages and institutions meant for the differently-abled. Chennai Food Bank, which has served over two crore meals  since its inception, is celebrating 25 years of service and has arranged for this train trip under its project called ‘Apna Bana Lo’ Scheme.

Talking about the initiative, Anand, the co-chairman says, “2012 commemorates the silver jubilee anniversary of the Rajasthan Youth Association and what better way to celebrate than this — taking God’s own children to His abode?” For these differently abled kids from the city, a visit to Tirupathi is like a dream come true.


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