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NSS celebrations at Vatsalya Sindhu make poor happy

| January 4, 2012
The 135th birthday anniversary celebration of Mannathu Padmanabhan, social reformer and founder of the Nair Service Society (NSS) was celebrated with much ado in the City. On the eve of the big day, the Hyderabad Nair Service Society distributed essential items and clothes to the destitute boys of Vatsalya Sindhu.
Members of the Nair Service Society joined Vatsalya Sindhu run by Keshava Seva Samithi at Moula Ali and served a free meal to the boys as part of the celebrations.
Vatsalya Sindhu is an affection home for destitute boys run by Seva Bharathi and is located in Moula Ali. Our society is filled with abandoned and orphaned children who are in desperate need of some love and care. Vatsalya Sindhu aims at taking such children into their care and making sure they receive education, food and clothing apart from love. They take in boys below the age of eight.

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