When India speaks of becoming self-reliant, it doesn't advocate a self-centered system. In India's self-reliance, there is a concern for the whole world's happiness, cooperation, and peace. -Hon’ble PM, Shri Narendra Modi
Every citizen envisions a new India based on their desires and fantasies. Women want women's empowerment, business people wish for new ventures to make India prominent, and the Bottle of Pyramid wants new opportunities and respect. Every citizen of India is setting up boundaries based on their dreams.
The rise of a new India is about more than just aspirations and dreams; it is also about protests to protect one's rights. Every year on January 26th, India has commemorated Republic Day since 1950 in respect of the establishment of the constitution. Change and evolution are mainstays in the world. The scenario has now completely changed. It is not necessary to sacrifice our life for the sake of our nation's progress and well-being, as our troops and heroes did. We can help by making fundamental adjustments in our attitudes.
The children are the future of our country; they must instill leadership characteristics to lead the nation and their aspirations.
Initiating the attitude of change, Deepalaya has the vision to make a difference in India by assisting children’s minds who have lost hope to ascend. Deepalaya has established several collaborations, including the state government of Haryana and Punjab, central government, corporates, and individual patrons that support the vision of Deepalaya. Deepalaya has launched a varied number of programs for achieving quality education.
Given India's massive population, healthcare has long been a big concern that has gone unaddressed. With this in mind, Deepalaya has created excellent healthcare camps for semi-urban and rural residents who may take advantage of these opportunities. If you want to help the underprivileged society sponsor one child, make their day Republic Day.