Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Tiny Girl's Burns Helped By Mobile Health Clinic

This little 3 year old child named Radhika Paswan is a regular patient to the Lokenath Divine Life Mission Mobile Medical Clinic. When she was one year old she was badly burned in a cooking accident in her home. She suffered from multiple burn injuries. 

LDLM's mobile medical van came to her rescue as there is no nearby hospital and her parents cannot afford the costly medical treatment. She was treated for burn injuries through Homeopathy. She was thoroughly cured over time. Now she suffers from allergic cough and is undergoing treatment from mission’s doctors. 

LDLM's mobile medical van serves so many poor families like Radhika who live in the slums of Kolkata. It is the lifeline of the slums, giving medical advice, medicines, and treatments to the poor and downtrodden. The slum dwellers thank Lokenath Divine Life Mission for carrying on the mobile medical service for over 16 years.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

School Children's Faces Light Up With Gift Of Clothes From Baba

In October Baba made a visit to Swinhoe Street School. The students were full of joy to see Baba come to their school. The children presented yoga, dance and recitations to Baba and a huge gathering of the people from the community. It was so lovely to hear poems from their soft voices. Baba praised each and every one of them and encouraged them with applause and cheers.

It was a true celebration to see the kids faces lighting up as Baba pulled out the most beautiful outfits and handed them over to the little children. It was indeed a true celebration to see the children in such joy going back home with their prize possession.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Garcha Street School Sponsored

Garcha Street school was established by Baba Shuddhaanandaa in the year 1995. The people of Garcha are mainly migrant labourers from neigbouring states doing menial jobs in kolkata and are from lower starta of the society. The mission wants to pull them out of social deprivations. The children are offered training on the practice of hatha yoga, meditation, creative art, dancing apart from literacy.The initial batches of students from this school were groomed enough to join better schools run by government and private houses. Our task was to create interest in their hearts through fun, playful education and love.Our experience says what they needed most is for somebody to say they are wonderful children of god and deserve to become worthy citizens of mother India. Love has the power to transform and raise the spirits of each soul to its highest sense of Freedom.We on behalf of Lokenath divine Life Mission in Calcutta do express our sense of gratitude and thankfulness to Connie Weaver for her generosity and love for these destitute yet smiling children of God.

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