The disturbances in Delhi on the Republic Day of India was a shameful act by those who spread the devastation and terror. This poem is inspired by the situation.
The Heart of a Sindhi reaches out far and wide and when the hearts of all members of a society reach out to others they can help bring a transformation.
Sindhi Welfare Society’s long distance Makar Sankranti celebration
The Sindhi Welfare Society true to its name celebrated the Makar Sankranti/Uttran festival via a welfare activity crossing over the continent. The members unitedly maintaining social distancing and observing the Pandemic Protocols decided to make the festival brighter for those with meagre means for this Hindu harvest festival. The recipients were the Hindu refugees that have seeked a safe home in India having migrated from Pakistan.
The Welfare Society had few months ago also sponsored water hand pumps, footwear and socks, plastic canopies for roof tops besides doing a “Gau daan”(donation of a cow and a calf) at the same refugee camp during the Hindu Month Purshottam/ Adhik Maas. The Society expressed gratitude to the members Laveena Keswani, Monica Gokaldas and Kamal Tolia for conceptualizing and ensuring the smooth operation of this project with the efficient assistance of Mr. Lokesh…
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She stands tall. She stands above all. She is undeterred. She is fearless. She is love for all. She is Aruna Varsani
Brahma Kamal flowers in bloom.
The dark night falls on the old year, Placing a blanket on exasperation and fear...... Flush away the woes and worries in a hush, and paint the fresh Year with a happiness brush......