50 couples with different abilities tie a knot in a mass wedding ceremony in Rajasthan
Heartwarming news comes from Udaipur in Rajasthan. 50 physically disabled couples got married in a mass wedding ceremony. The bridal function was organized by Narayan Seva Sansthan, a non-profit charity organization based in Udaipur, Rajasthan. The event took place with the chanting of Vedic mantras. A notable aspect to note is that the Sansthan, along with the couples, also sent a message regarding environmental protection after the wedding.
In the IANS report, the charity’s founding chairman, Kailash Agarwal, said: “Divyang (disabled) and poor siblings, who never imagined getting married considering their disability and poverty as a misfortune, do it today. with the help of society. The wedding will be celebrated with all the traditional customs and grandeur.
Guest of honor for the occasion, Shakuntala Rawat, Minister of State Industries and Minister of Devasthan, also virtually blessed the newly married couples.
To bless the couple for the new phase of their lives, the guests who attended the ceremony presented them with gifts like clothes and jewelry, while the Sansthan provided them with household accessories that they will need to settle down. .
The ceremony was the 38th such event organized by the Sansthan, which is actively working to provide a dignified life for people with disabilities. The organization took a step ahead and also spread a message of environmental protection and cleanliness by awarding each couple a sapling which they planted in front of their homes and near garbage cans to spread the noble cause. .
Sansthan’s services are applauded for speaking out on social issues and promoting inclusiveness in society.
Read all Latest Buzz News and recent news here