21 couples with different abilities to tie at a mass wedding in Udaipur, will support the “Say no to the dowry” campaign


Udaipur: A total of 21 masked, disabled and disadvantaged couples will marry in Udaipur to raise awareness of appropriate Covid behavior and also support the ‘Say no to dowry’ social awareness campaign, Prashant Agarwal, President, Narayan Seva Sansthan tells IANS .Also Read – Video of Bride Playing “Kabaddi” with Groom During Jaimala Ceremony During Marriage Goes Viral | LOOK

Agarwal said: “A total of 21 disabled and disadvantaged couples will be masked at a mass wedding ceremony in the city of Udaipur in Rajasthan and will follow all standards of social distancing while simultaneously endorsing the 19-year flagship campaign. . Say no to the dowry.

“NSS will be hosting the 36th Mass Wedding in September, as our team is fully prepared to follow all security measures during the ongoing pandemic. Our strategy is to follow social distancing standards to avoid any danger. The next mass wedding ceremony was planned with a social awareness campaign “Say no to the dowry”. Couples and supporters should keep a distance from each other by wearing masks during the wedding, ”he added.

In 2020, a total of 47 disadvantaged and disabled couples got married in a mass wedding ceremony here.
Until the 35th mass wedding ceremony, 2,098 physically disabled couples were married here.
Over the past few months, the NSS has been very busy helping the poor and needy during the pandemic.

Recently, he distributed free ration kits to 109 needy blind families in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. In addition, he led various campaigns during Covid-19, such as the distribution and delivery of free corona medicine kits, distribution of free food and ration kits across India. So far, 3,050 NSS corona medicine kits, 217,958 food distributions and 31,313 ration kits have been distributed to families in need.

In the new announcement, the NGO will also distribute ration kits in Jaipur, Amroha, Udaipur, Mathura, Bhubaneswar and Kaithal to the needy to fight the wave of Covid. In these camps, as part of the “The Mask is Necessary” campaign, instructions are also given to strictly follow the rules of social distancing and wearing of masks.

“We plan to prepare for the third wave of Covid and its challenges by creating awareness campaigns and providing masks and disinfection kits through our campaigns,” Agarwal said.


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