A Living Temple for the Differently Abled

Monday, 5 February, 2024

In the spirit of compassion and genuine service, the Bharat Vikas Sanjay Anand Viklang Hospital stands as a living temple for the differently abled. With a commitment to providing the highest level of care, this hospital has become a beacon of hope and empowerment for those in need.

During a recent event where, prosthetic limbs were distributed to fifty individuals with disabilities, the hospital received praise from esteemed guests, including Prof. (Dr) Rana Singh, Mr. Ashish Adarsh, Mr. Kumod Kumar, and Dr Narendra Lodha. Their overwhelming support and recognition further solidify the hospital's reputation as a leader in serving the differently abled community.

The inauguration of the event was marked by the lighting of a lamp, symbolizing the enlightening journey that lies ahead for all those who seek help at the hospital. Prof. (Dr) Rana Singh, Director of Chandragupta Management Institute, Bihar Government, along with Mr. Ashish Adarsh, Motivator and Counsellor, Mr. Kumod Kumar, Administrative Officer of Chandragupta Management Institute, Patna, and Dr Narendra Lodha from Jaipur, came together to commence this celebration of resilience and hope.

A Living Temple for the Differently Abled

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As the event unfolded, the visiting dignitaries were honoured for their unwavering support with shawls and mementos. The hospital's chair, Deshbandhu Gupta, shared insightful information about the hospital, highlighting its dedication to providing comprehensive care and support for the differently abled.

Guiding the meeting, the hospital's secretary, Padmashri Bimal Jain, fervently urged people to refer those in need to the hospital, emphasizing the importance of virtuous deeds and compassionate care. The Marwari Women's Committee generously distributed blankets to all the differently abled present, highlighting the unity and solidarity within the community.

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Notable attendees of the event included Amar Kasera, Veena Gupta, Rekha Kasera, Saroj Patni Jain, and other distinguished citizens of the city. The program began with the soul-stirring rendition of the national song “Vande Mataram” and concluded with the heartfelt resonance of the national anthem, further emphasizing the hospital's commitment to serving our great nation.

The Bharat Vikas Sanjay Anand Viklang Hospital welcomes you to join us on our incredible journey towards building a future where disabilities no longer limit the boundless potential of the human spirit. Through state-of-the-art technology and unwavering dedication, we strive to create a supportive environment where individuals with disabilities can thrive, achieve their dreams, and fulfil their aspirations.