Udaipur : Narayan Seva Sansthan (NSS) - a charitable organisation that runs hospital for surgeries on specially abled, particularly for those who are suffering from polio and by-birth disabilities. Narayan Seva Sansthan doubled the joy of marriage ceremony of 52 differently abled and economically destitute couples by hosted this once in a lifetime celebration for them.
Chosen from different states of the country by Narayan Seva Sansthan, these couples tied the knot in the two days’long gala ceremony .Narayan Seva Sansthan has organised over 30 such mass marriage programmes successfully and has helped over 1,300 couples to start new innings of their married life with household routine appliances and gifts in Kanya Daan. About 3000 family guests attended this mass marriage and gave blessings to these couples.
In the wedding ceremony, 52 Pandit pronounced mantras. Along with this, differently abled took the vow for Vedic mantras with each other throughout life. differently abled people considered God as their witness and received the blessings of their parents. To start these new couples with renewed life, all household goods were also provided. Apart from this, the accessories of the makeup were also provided to the bride. During this period, three Differently abled were given tricycle, nearly half a dozen ears of machine and calipers.
Mr. Prashant Agarwal, President, Narayan Seva Sansthan said, “Narayan Seva Sansthan is organizing DivyangVivah since last 18 years. Objective of all efforts of Narayan Seva Sansthan is to provide support to differently-abled and underprivileged individuals so that we can bring them in the mainstream of society. We are always working towards Divyang’s needs and not just only support them with medical surgeries, education and skill development but also take care of their social needs like helping them to find a life partner, supporting them to set up their home and start the life.”
A couple from Dhulia (Maharashtra), Jaya and Deepak are getting married under this extravaganza of mass marriage ceremony. Both of them came to Narayan Seva Sansthan where Jaya’s family found Deepak could be the best life partner for her. They approached Narayan Seva Sansthan to help on arranging their marriage ceremony under ‘32nd Royal Mass Wedding of Specially Abled & Underprivileged Couples’. Jaya and Deepak also obtained skill development training from Narayan Seva Sansthan, which gave direction to their careers. Jaya got the job as a painting teacher in a School run by an NGO and Deepak has gained diploma in mobile repairs and is now planning to start his own venture.