Nariman was a good man. He would sit in prayer and connect with God to draw strength and inspiration. He spent a good portion of his time and money in the service of the poor. He would offer his services at the hospital whenever they put up free medical camps.
Sanjay always went to the temple on Tuesday evening to offer sweets to the Lord. Thereafter he would distribute them to the poor children lined up outside the Temple. He would occasionally take chocolates, biscuits or sweets to give to these children. He felt good, giving them things that they
It is said that Nar seva (service to man), is Narayan seva (service to God). A rich landlord was organizing a ‘langar’ i.e. community feeding in a temple. Basically it was meant to be for poor people. They were served rice, dal, vegetables, rotis and last of all, a
It is an ancient practice amongst the Hindus to take a holy bath in the River Ganga after getting a daughter married off or after completing one’s worldly responsibilities. It is said to be a symbolic purification of the physical self in the holy water to wash off the