Love, care and humanity has no boundaries, understands every language and transcends all barriers. Here is a beautiful and heart-touching story of Muneeza, a 70-year-old hearing and speaking impaired widow who was abandoned by her children and family and is looked by Zeenat, a member of the Asha Mahila Mandal at Chanderpuri Slum colony. Muneeza,…Read more
Asha provides a Ray of Hope for the Widowed Elderly.
Shanti Amma’s story reminds us of the pain and struggles that many poor and abandoned elderly undergo. Shanti Amma is a 70 yrs old widow who has lived in a rented shanty in Kusumpur Pahari Slum for the last 17 years. She is originally from UP and came to Delhi with her husband after marriage.…Read more
Asha Community shares the burden with Rehmati, an Elderly Widow, to conduct her daughter’s wedding.
“Love cannot remain by itself-it has no meaning. Love has to be put into action, and that action is service.” This story showcases the power of love and service as the Asha slum community comes together to help an elderly widow and her family during a time of need. In a narrow lane of the…Read more
Elderlies fostering Harmony and Love through acts of Feet-Washing across Asha Slums
January has begun with the practice of Hindus and Muslims as well as persons from low castes and high castes washing each other’s feet. Such an act gives rise to wonderful emotions of love and fraternity and breaks down all kinds of barriers. How can you hate someone who has lovingly washed your feet? This…Read more