“Unke ghar bhi diya jale” brings smiles on children’s faces
"Unke ghar bhi diya jale" spreads smiles in Dhar village children.
A school in Dhar village echoed with fun and laughter coming from the kids who were thrilled to have the gifts for Diwali, gifts which are usually a rare dream for the backward areas.
“Unke ghar bhi diya jale(उनके घर भी दीया जले) organised by Alok Group of Institutes, Rotary Club of Udaipur, Bharat Vikas Parishad, Alok Interact Club spread smiles in the village’s government school. Every face in the village gleamed with happiness. The campaign was led by Dr. Pradeep Kumawat.
Speaking about the details of this campaign, Dr. Kumawat said that the day of 2nd November of this campaign turned out to be like a fair for the children. All children reached the venue early morning. They enjoyed playing around with urban kids who were there to spread the message of love and laughter for all. Around 2000 children from Dhar and Sonaria villages collected and even shared the sweets together.
Laughter yoga was also the highlight for this day. The event included projects like “Save water”, “Save girl child”, health and hygiene etc. The children were made to understand the importance of washing hands before eating. Members of Bharat Vikas Parishad fed sweets to the rural children with their own hands.
The children were gifted with clothes, toys, sweets, sweaters, vessels like glasses, spoons, plates etc. Even toiletries were handed over to the kids. The campaign “Unke ghar bhi diya jale” is meant to spread happiness among villagers with the thought that none should be deprived of the small blessings that each deserves. Festivals are meant for everyone and if we spread smiles on the occasion of festivals, then we are celebrating in the true sense.
Rotary Club President OP Sahlot, Secretary Rakesh Maheshwari, Province head of Bharat Vikas Parishad Rajshri Gandhi and many other dignitaries were present on this occasion.