52 Divyang and Underprivileged Couples ties knot at Narayan Seva Sansthan

Udaipur: The environment was lit with emotions and happiness for the families of the two people getting married to each other. The presence of many dignitaries from NGOs and Ministries added the charm to the event and made it memorable.

This beautiful and unique ceremony held on Sunday at the campus of Narayan Seva Sansthan situated at Badi district of Udaipur. The ceremony was witnessed by thousands of people who blessed newlywed couples with love and happiness.

On this occasion, total of 52 couples from different states of the country got married via traditional rituals. The event took place in the presence and amidst the blessings of Mr. Kailash Manav – founder of Narayan Seva Sansthan, Kamaladevi Agarwal, President Prashant Agrawal, Director Vandana Agrawal, Trustee Devendra Chobisa and Jagdish Arya.

During the ceremony, the entire bridegroom followed traditional rituals for ‘toran’. Post this all the bride and the bridegroom put ‘varmalas’ on each other and took blessings from the elders present in the event.

The event included both differently abled bride and bridegroom and in spite of being with a physical disability, all of them showed excitement and immense happiness.

The couples, who did not have their original parents, were blessed and helped by their guardians. To give blessings to the newly-wed couples, numerous representatives and guests from various NGOs belonging to Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Gaziabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Jodhpur, Indore, Agra, Nagpur, Hyderabad, Aligar, Pune, Rajkot, Dehradhun, Patna, Baroda, were also present.

The Organization Committee members, namely, Dalaram Patel, Rohit Tiwari, Deepak Menaria, Manish Parihar, Bhagwati Menaria, Dinesh Vaishnav, Kuldeep Shekhawat, Ambalal, Jitendra Gaur, Digvijay Singh, Anil Acharya and Rajat Gaur looked at the smooth flowing of the arrangements.All the beneficiaries and their families and dear ones, thanked Narayan Seva Sansthan for this initiative which helped in bringing together various lives.

On behalf of the Chief Minister Mrs. Vasundra Raje, the Women and Child Development Ministry of Rajasthan Government presented the citation for such a grand event.