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Mother’s Day fundraiser a success- Sydney 2015

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 Mothers celebrate their special day through raising money for special charity


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It has been correctly said that most of life’s beautiful things come in twos and threes, by dozens and hundreds. There are plenty of roses, stars, sunsets, rainbows, brothers and sisters, aunts and cousins, comrades and friends – but the exception to that rule is a mother. Mum is the only person who works 365 days a year without any leave, watching over her brood and always putting their needs above hers. Bharti Gidwani, Kavita Belani and Sumati Advani held a grand evening of fun and entertainment at Parravilla Function Centre to celebrate motherhood and to extend a helping hand to Narayan Sewa Sansthan (NSS), a charitable organization established in 1985 at Udaipur in Rajasthan, India. The event was an enjoyable one as mums got together to treat themselves to an evening of entertainment, fun and laughter. NSS provides charitable services of treatment and rehabilitation to people affected by polio, without any discrimination on the ground of religion, region, caste, sex, etc. At present it runs 13 prestigious hospitals for polio patients and a big international hospital for treatment of the disabled by birth in Udaipur, where patients from all over India are treated free of cost. NSS also maintains an orphan children hostel and a residential school for the blind, profoundly deaf, linguistically challenged and mentally challenged children. Vocational training is also provided to the needy to make them self-dependent. Said Sumati, “Special occasions of our life must be marked by sharing our happiness by serving the poor people whose blessings make our happiness memorable and long lasting. The best way to show our gratitude to God Almighty is to help those who are going through tough times.”

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