Vrindavan, April 3, 2015: The tradition of serving the poorest of poor was once again became alive at Prem Mandir. The current presidents of the Jagatguru Kripalu parishad Dr. Vishakha Tripathi, Dr. Shyama Tripathi and Dr. Krishna Tripathi distributed clothes and various items of utility, along with a monetary gift to around 4000 widows at Prem Mandir on Friday.
A grand feast was also organized in the honor of the widows who went there to receive the gifts. An amount of Rupees One thousand was given to each widow along with the other items of utility. The widows gracefully received the donation and thanked the donors for their kindness. They remembered the time when Kripalu ji Maharaj himself distributed food, clothes and other donations by his own hands.
While distributing the gifts, the eldest daughter of Jagat guru Kripalu Maharaj Dr. Vishakha Tripathi said, “Serving the widows is equal to many yajnas. This function is being organized since the time of our father when the widows used to be honored by Maharaj ji himself. The old mothers and widows should get their due respect in the society.”
Dr. Krishna Tripathi said, “Our main objective to distribute the gifts to the widow mothers is to spread the message of respecting the women. The message should reach in every quarter of society. If the women are honored then the society prospers and the peace prevails. It is very important to respect woman in today’s time when they are active in every field of development.”
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