SAISRUTI CHARITABLE TRUST
Saisruti Charitable Trust is a registered Charity based in U.K. with a subsidiary in Anand India. Since last 10 years Saisruti is engaged in a number of voluntary-service activities mostly in India.
Saisruti Charitable Trust is a registered Charity based in the U.K. with a subsidiary in Anand India. For the last 10 years, Saisruti is engaged in a number of voluntary-service activities mostly in India.
Running a sanctuary for old and abandoned cows, providing fresh drinking water to villages, arranging regular eye camps to provide glasses, laser surgery, and medication, stage dental camps giving advice on dental care providing extractions and dentures.
Undertakes regular projects to feed the poor (Narayan Seva) and provide clothing such as sweaters and blankets.
The Trust also works to provide skills to people in rural villages to enable them to be trained in areas such as driving, tailoring, computing, cooking etc, so they may take up gainful employment to help them, their family and the villagers.
The most vital and noticeable point about SAISRUTI is that not a single penny from the donation is being used for admin costs.
The total donation goes to the projects that are selected by the donors and SAISRUTI makes sure that each donor gets full information with photos of their selected project.
Cow care centre looking after old, sick and abandoned cows. Inaugurated on 23/11/2009. Renovations and educare saisruti is also actively involved in helping to renovate the school buildings and supply educational facilities such as computers, books, school uniforms etc Widow and old people adopted taking full responsibility of their care.
If you or any one you know wishes to associate and help with SAI SEVA including Eye Camps, we welcome you to join in the above seva projects through sponsorship -we serve on voluntary basis without any admin cost through our Registered Charity Saisruti Charitable Trust. Why you are waiting contact us soon and start serving the society.
All contribution goes to the needy without any admin cost.
SAI GAU SEVA KENDRA
I would like to begin by applauding the philanthropic work initiated by Mr GM Patel in Gujarat on a wide spectrum embracing drinking water to the villages, promoting free eye treatment for the needy, introducing concept of dental camp etc. Added to these having created a Sanctuary for Cows is most gratifying and in keeping with the Hindu culture and religious sentiments.
The cow has been revered by the Hindus since inception of their beliefs and traditions. With passage of time this system of belief has grown stronger rather than reduced. This is primarily due to two reasons. The first relates to our conviction that there are five forms of the Mother and any sin against them is tantamount to a most heinous crime. The five mothers being: the mother who gives one birth, the cow that gives one milk throughout one's life without asking for anything in return, the soil that gives one food, the country that gives one a place to live in and finally God who is one's father and mother. The second reason is our belief that God resides in all His creation be it human, animal or vegetation. Thus lack of care or destructive attitude towards them is defacto sin towards the indweller who is God.
The thrust of the Gowshalla (cow Sanctuary) is not only to look after the cow when it is non-productive and aged or incapicated due to illness but also to prevent senseless slaughter of an animal that has given us so much with selfless love. It is in this context that Bhagwan Sri Sathya Sai Baba repeatedly told those who were privleged to come in His contact that
It is therefore my belief that this gowshalla has to be looked at with a deeper meaning and not merely as a sanctuary to house cows when they fail to be of use to the human being and become a burden. The gowshalla is to awaken our conscious and make us alive to our moral and ethical obligations towards God's gift to mankind in the form of a cow. Your show of gratitude towards her is among the easiest ways to reduce one's Sanchita Karma, the total cosmic debt. I strongly recommend that one should not lose this God sent opportunity and begin to assist and contribute to this laudable venture.