Widowed women made Rakhi for PM: Vrindavan's destitute women will send 75 tricolor flag with 501 rakhi

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Widowed women made Rakhi for PM: Vrindavan's destitute women will send 75 tricolor flag with 501 rakhi
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India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is being sent to Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with 501 rakhi as well as 75 tricolor flag on the festival of Raksha Bandhan by widowed mothers living in Vrindavan.

till the last few years ago Some destitute and widowed women used to go to PM's house to tie rakhi on the day of Raksha Bandhan. But for the last two years, she could not go to the PM to tie a rakhi due to the Korona crisis. >

Tricolor flag will also be sent with Rakhi And along with 75 tricolor is also sending.

Rakhis with colorful photos of Prime Minister Narendra Modi have been prepared by the old widows living in the Radha Tila Ashram. This time Mata is sending 551 Rakhi to the Prime Minister.

PMO will be sent on Wednesday It is organized.

The same was organized on Tuesday at Maa Sharda Ashram. The mothers decorated the rakhi made by them in two baskets and sent them to Delhi for the Prime Minister. These ashes will be delivered to the PMO on Wednesday by the representative of Sulabh. Founder Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak started organizing all the important Hindu rituals for widows living in Vrindavan.

Raksha Bandhan is also one of it. Vinita Verma, vice president of Sulabh International, said that earlier, four-five mother from thousands of widows used to go to Delhi to tie rakhi and sweets to Modi ji. This year is also in contact with the Prime Minister's Office.

PM's rakhi is eager to tie the rakhi

Vice President of Sulabh International said that some about 70 -year -old Gauravani Maid, Chitasi who lasts last Rakhi was personally tied to the Prime Minister for years. This year too, I feel excited about sending Rakhi for Modi ji.

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