Sewa Bharti was founded in the year 1989. Organization had resolved to work for welfare of the economically weaker sections of the society.
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How Can You Live Each Day With Gratitude And Joy— Even in the face of depressed society ?
People running for the accomplishment of their own works, strange feeling of frustration and helplessness are dripping on their faces. When you too are tested by troubles at many times - selfishness, loss, incurable disease and crippling depression. Whenever you feel that negativity has all about surrounded you. These stories will inspire your hope again and raise your faith in Selfless Service of Humanity.
Seema Hazra Didi, Nirikshika of 'Sewa Bharti Nivedita Bharti Saket Mandal'. Her husband died just a few days ago. The journey of life full of happiness with him was ended suddenly. The one who accompanies him in every happiness and sorrow, was no more. This time was like leaving Sima Didi alone and destitute in the ocean of sorrows. As that, the moments of sorrow do not pass away, each moments strike a person's conscience in every second.
There was no particular source of income for livelihood in Seema Didi's family. First of all, Sewa Bharti made Sima didi an inspector at 'Saket Mandal Nivedita Bharti'. all the service work she did there, she got a some rupees as honorarium, but after the sudden death of her husband, the time of financial and family crisis started to her. It was the time when she felt as she had fallen alone.
But it has been rightly said - Saints who serve the nation, are never alone ... Gentle powers always stand with them. Volunteers of Sewa Bharti came together to reduce the burden of the miseries that came on Seema Didi. In order to get Didi out of this hour of grief, the volunteers strengthened her self-confidence. All types of assistance were provided to her by treating as a member of our own family.
Teachers of Sewa Bharti Saket Mandal raised Rs 500–500 from their honorarium. Very soon, there was a total of Rs 10,000 collected with the help of other Didis of Saket Mandal. When it was reported to Sewa Bharti Karyakarini Mandal, Mahanagar Bhopal, they too found their part to ease the sufferings of Seema Didi. Every member of the executive pledged to provide financial help to Didi and very soon sight, there was an arrangement of Rs 10,000 too.The total amount collected was 20,000, while giving this amount to Seema Didi, there was a feeling of belongingness on the faces of the Sewa Bharti Volunteers.
Seeing this feeling of intimacy, Sima didi seemed to feel exactly as the water of affection had rained down on the Dry earth. Now our Sister is going to Calcutta, she has enough money to go and she has also a great family of Sewa Bharti.
Like every young child, Sonu had also a dream. In his childhood, he run barefooted on the stony ground of the village until the shadow of aeroplane disappeared from his eyes. A Tribal (Wanwasi) boy from the small village of Sirol, Madhya Pradesh had a dream to fly in an airplane. But for Sonu, due to circumstances this was like never-happening dreams. most of the children of his village either engaged in farming or they were laborers. Sonu often had to leave his school to help his father's .
Sonu Kumar belongs to the very backward 'Sahariya tribe' which is on the verge of extinction and the dreams of most children like him, are left under the burden of Severe poverty and helplessness. But this did not happen to Sonu, when in November 2015, Sonu was representing the baseball team of India at the World Championships, he was boarded an airplane from India to Australia. Sonu's dream was fulfilled by Sewa Bharti Vanvasi Residential School, Dabra where more than 400 children like Sonu studied almost free of cost. The excutive committee raises the expenses of living, studying, uniform and fees to the childrens of this tribal hostel.
Sonu, is now getting higher education, he wants to become a police inspector. 20-year-old Sonu is preparing for MPEB (MP Police) by staying in this hostel. And of course, he still practices baseball in regular matches in the campus of hostels. He has played in the All India Baseball Championship for three different universities of the country, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh and Delhi.
An old father who had tears in his eyes could not believe that his son was communicating from the stage like an educated young man. That day, Devendra Adiwasi stood with confidence on the stage and announced to pay for a student's education. Truly, his father felt amazing pride.
Devendra's father has not yet forgotten that due to his alcohol addiction, Devendra had left home for some time so that he would not have to be humiliated anywhere. Devendra, a resident of Mamwani village in Shivpuri district, was keen to study since childhood. The Tribal hostel of Sewa Bharti, Shivpuri became a booster for the education of this tribal student. In this hostel, children of backward tribes complete their education from 6th to 12th. While staying here, Devendra Aadiwasi completed his Graduation degree from Vivekananda College, and he is now serving as a peon in the government department in Shivpuri.
The happiest moment in Devendra's story came when the old students were invited to the hostel annual function, this time it was the turn of almuni student to perform the duty. That's what he did. With his first earnings, Devendra pledged to pay for a student's education. That is, the annual fees of this child from the sixth to the twelfth year is Rs 5000.
Today, Devendra is leading a happy life with his parents wife, childrens. And yes, his father Hariram has given up alcohol completely and serving in Thakur ji's temple.