Each year, the 19th of August is observed as the World Humanitarian Day, a day recognized by the United Nations as an occasion to pay a tribute to all those who risk their lives by participating in humanitarian aid work. This year, the main theme of the World Humanitarian Day focuses on how the civilians who get caught up in
Have you noticed that most of the rivers in India, be it Narmada, Godavari, Ganga or Kaveri have been anciently named after Hindu gods & goddesses? Ever wondered what could be the reason to do so? The reason was simple; the ancient Indians wanted their people to worship the rivers just as we worship our gods.
Generations back, all elderly people of the house had a common dream – to spend their life after retirement in the quiet & serene environments of their ancestral village. Many retired individuals from cities still wish to live a peaceful life in their village homes and donate their sweat for community welfare.
The true measure of a human being is how he treats others who can do him no good. Such is the life of all those social activists who spend their entire life working voluntary towards causes close to their hearts. One such visionary social reformer & activist is Dr Abhay Bang & his wife Dr Rani Bang who have volunteered to