The Temple and its devotees have started the noble work of Narayana Seva which is helping to feed the poor and needy. This service is being done at a remote village near the Ashram named Kadua. This village has a population of 472 people and most of them depend on firewood for their lives. Daily, they get up early in the morning from their rudimentary huts and work for about 14 hours a day restlessly chopping wood. Near the end of every week, they gather all that they can and take it into the market miles away to sell, with no shoes or water to help them get there. For an entire days’ work they will, at most, receive a few rupees, equivalent to pennies in U.S. currency. They cannot afford food and water, much less clothing, equipment, sanitary conditions or livable homes. The village does not have roads, electricity, medical facilities, schools or even running water. In fact, all that they have for themselves is their small area of land and each other.
For all these villagers, it would be a dream to receive a single meal in an entire day. In order to do what is right, we are performing this Narayana Seva every week to give the villagers at least some hope for their future. Volunteers cook food to feed the entire village. Please be part of this noble service and donate what you are able to. Remember this: a meager amount in your eyes can equal life-sustaining food for the families in the village.
We will be glad to give you any further information or details regarding our Narayana Seva. Please Contact Us.
This program is being coordinated and organized by Suprasanna Mishra. Please send your checks to the following address with checks payable to Dattatreya Sai Ashram.
Please Send your donations to:
4600 Meadowbrook Ln.
Mason, OH 45040 USA