Pingalwara observes thirtieth demise anniversary of Bhagat Puran Singh
Amritsar, August 5
The All-India Pingalwara Charitable Society marked the thirtieth demise anniversary of its founder and philanthropist Bhagat Puran Singh all through the week with social and spiritual initiatives. These social initiatives included a blood donation drive at Manawala advanced, the place groups of Guru Nanak Dev Hospital and Sri Guru Ramdas Hospital collected 345 items of blood for the sufferers of Pingalwara.
Twenty college students of Sahibzada Jujhar Singh Gurmat Missionary School, Roopnagar, 30 college students of Amritsar Group of Schools, and 30 jawans of Punjab Police Strains donated blood. 110 wards of Pingalwara, servicemen, servicewomen, workplace employees, centre and medical employees additionally donated blood.
Apart from, an exhibition of work associated to setting made by youngsters was additionally organised. Bhagat Puran was an energetic environmentalist, who propagated dwelling in concord with nature. An exhibition of handicrafts and eatables like pickles, marmalade and syrup made by youngsters, particularly the wards of Pingalwara, was additionally organised. Within the exhibition, pure farming mannequin was exhibited by the kids of Bhagat Puran Singh Adarsh College, Manawala. Pingalwara has designed studying programmes in natural farming, handicrafts for its inmates, together with these with varied bodily in addition to psychological disabilities.
To culminate the weeklong actions, the society members participated in a spiritual ceremony right this moment.