Rajinder Kaur

In 2003 when veerji Shamsher Singh took a stand to start a home for helpless, bibiji, having born and brought up in a GOD loving family encouraged Veerji to do seva. She took responsibility to take care of the business and family. She also contributed a major portion of the earnings for the noble cause. She sacrificed personal desires and comforts to serve humanity. It was in 2007, when an unanimous decision of bibiji joining the seva full-time was taken. Since then bibiji is walking shoulder to...
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Abhishek Sahaya

There have been very few "moving" experiences in my life and arguably the best of them was the opportunity to connect with Prabh Aasra during my stay at ISB Mohali. It reminded me the essence of humanity - that is to support each other to survive and thrive, without thinking of barriers of age, caste, gender, community, language etc.
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Prabh Aasra inmates forced to live amid stink

Nearly 185 sick/destitute persons are forced to bear with stink at a privately run Prabh Aasra, a ‘home for helpless’, at Padiala village of this district; courtesy the administration’s apathy.   The shelter home, which caters to the entire region, has no sewerage connection. In the absence of the service, the management of Prabh Aasra has no choice but to allow the discharge of waste water in the open. As a result, the surroundings of the home are waterlogged, emanating foul smell. The Prabh A...
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