Udaipur, Rotary International President of the year 2021-22 Rotarian Shekhar Mehta and D.G. Rotarian Rajesh Agrawal for modern technology to be established in collaboration with Emory Dreadheel Club of Declop Country under Global Grant of Rotary Club Mewar and Rotary Foundation for the project of the service of the suffering humanity, a project of Rs 1 crore 35 lakhs with the Narayana Seva Sansthan to free the Narayana Seva Sansthan for the free operation of the severed cleft lip and for the people who have lost their hands in the accident, in the Narayana Seva Sansthan, located at large Presented a check of one lakh thirty-five thousand dollars.
On this occasion, Mehta and Agarwal, along with the team of Rotary Province and Rotary Mewar, visited Narayan Seva Sansthan, located at Badi. He was greeted by the Institute family and Prashant Agarwal, director of Narayana Seva Sansthan, at the campus.
They are addressing the function organized after the visit to the institute. Mehta said that he gets immense happiness when a person comes crawling and walks on her feet. This institute is dedicated day and night to the service of such victims. There is no need to panic such people and get frustrated in life because, for such brothers, organizations like Narayana Seva and Rotary are standing all the time. Narayana Seva Sansthan is a unique example of service and service. Not only this, Narayan Sanva Sansthan is the first institution in the country to provide means, services, facilities, treatment, and mental strength for the differently-abled. Apart from treating the differently-abled, establishing their home and giving employment to them is also one of the institute's priorities. The work of this institute is incomparable.
When Mehta saw the Caliper Workshop, he was surprised to find that there is so much work done for Udaipur's suffering human service. He also saw art and craft galleries and appreciated the results there. He was shocked to see Jagdish Patel's feats in the institute. Despite being handicapped with both feet, climbing on the pole with your hands and body, walking like a wheel on your hands, bringing your feet from the back to the front of the mouth, and staring at the ground as if its feats were excellent. Director Prashant Agarwal said that he had scattered the fruits of his multi-wage accomplishments abroad as well.
During this, Rotary International President 2021-22 Rotarian Shekhar Mehta along with D.G. Rotarian Rajesh Agarwal, Rotary Mewar's team gave a cheque of Rs. 1 crore thirty-five lakhs to the Institute Director Prashant Agarwal for the support and service of the victims in the presence of several distinguished Rotarian provincial officers. He further said that this is the beginning. Rotary always stands with the institute and the victims.
On this occasion, D.G. Rotarian Rajesh Agarwal lauded the institute's work and said that the institute and Rotary together would carry forward this service work.
Director Prashant Agarwal presented the honored Mehta by wearing a shawl, garland, overlay. Rotary's book was also released at the ceremony.