47 differently-abled couples tied the knot at 34th Royal Mass Wedding Ceremony organized by Narayan Seva Sansthan. These couples took a pledge against the dowry system by participating in the mass wedding. More than 30 couples have undergone corrective surgery treatment and have been skilled through vocational training from Narayan SevaSansthan. The NGO also recruited a few couples by offering them jobs that fit their capacities making them financially independent and employable.
During the 34th royal mass wedding, these couples got the blessings of Padma Shree Kailash “Manav” Agarwal, Founder, Narayan Seva Sansthan, Kamala Devi Agarwal, President Prashant Agrawal, Director,Vandana Agarwal.
Agarwal, President, Narayan Seva Sansthan said, “Couples
who are differently abled find it very difficult to marry due to financial
constraints and physical difficulties. It was our social responsibility to fulfil the needs of all couples
and offer them a solution to lead a normal life like any other couples. This
platform of-course has made many to connect with their soul mates and find a
person who would support the other to make their life worthwhile. The platform
of mass weddings shall be a good one for all these couples in future where the
motto is social inclusion, accessible atmosphere, accountability to every
differently-abled so that they can be part of mainstream society and play
a major role in shaping their life.”
Since 35 years, NSS initiated developmental activities
like artificial limb distribution, skill education, healthcare support, free
food offering, talent nurturing with mass wedding ceremony for the
differently-abled to bring maximum differently abled under the development
umbrella. Through ‘World of Humanity (WOH)’foundation, our efforts are to boost
the offering free corrective surgery, skill education with nurturing their
skills like sports.