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Re-establishing the institution of marriage

 MPost |  2016-02-01 20:17:01.0  |  New Delhi

Re-establishing the institution of marriage

In an initiative to provide a platform that ensures a new beginning in the lives of those for whom marriage holds a different meaning, Narayan Seva Sansthan celebrated its annual event ‘Divyang Vivah Samaroh’ on Sunday. The Sansthan marked its 25th event this time with this noble cause. 

The Vihah Samaroh is organised twice every year at a very large scale and has been the hand behind over 1,000 successful ‘Divyang’ marriages. This year the event, which was held at Janmasthmi Park, Punjabi Bagh in the national Capital, included 101 couples from different religions and from different regions all for one common sacred occasion. The auspicious day was celebrated with full fanfare and witnessed wedding festivities all organised by Narayan Seva Sansthan.  

The ‘Divyang Vivah Samaroh’ till date has been instrumental in arranging marriages of 1021 couples. To grace this special occasion and to bless the newlyweds, MH Dalmia (President-OCL India Ltd & Dalmia Manav Sewa Trust) was part of the ceremony along with Kailashji Manav (Founder Chairman of Narayan Seva Sansthan) and Prashant Agarwal (President- Narayan Seva Sansthan). 

To join the couples in holy matrimony, many religious saints were a part of the wedding- Sanjay Krishna Salil ji, Jaya Kishori ji, Prachi Devi ji, Sanjay Krishna ji Thakur, Chitralekha ji, Madhav ji Mukhia, Ramkrishna ji and Arvind ji Maharaj blessed the newly wedded couples.  

The wedding celebrations took place amidst a gathering of many other distinguished invitees who extended their support and love for the newly wedded couples.

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