Yuva Chetna’s Rohit Singh Visits Prayagraj Magh Mela, Distributes Food And Other Accessories To Seers, Pilgrims
Prayagraj: Braving the morning chill many pilgrims, especially old aged monks take the dip and perform various rituals in the cold water of the Sangam in Prayagraj’s Magh Mela. Various camps remained abuzz here with activity as seers performed special rituals to celebrate the festival.
While the old aged monks and sadhus are finding it extremely difficult to spend their days in such a chilly environment, a unique & noble initiative of the Yuva Chetna team & its national co-ordinator Rohit Singh is drawing wide applause from all quarters.
Rohit Singh & his team visited the ghats where these sadhus stay during their pilgrimage and distributed food and other accessories to the pilgrims.
Overcoming many difficulties, they reached out to hundreds of pilgrims and handed out warm clothes and cooked food to the old aged sadhus there.
Later, speaking to media persons, Yuva Chetna national co-ordinator Singh said,” This is the time to help people who actually need a favour from us. It has become our everyday work and we feel proud of doing such a noble job. All the workers and volunteers of the Yuva Chetna are actively participating in this process.”
“Cooked food and hot meals are being arranged daily for the sadhus present over here. Especially, we are taking care of old-aged monks who came across several miles to attain the Magh Mela. We have also arranged blankets and other important materials for these people. As our organisation believes in service to mankind is service to god, we always remain in this arena and try to reach every needy people in society.”
He also made a fervent appeal to the well-off and affluent sections of society to come forward and contribute to such a noble work.