India is a country which has deep faith in spirituality and peace; and hence it can bring back the much need global peace that we have lost due to various reasons. Knowledge and culture can be found in every nook and corner of the country. With the objective of reviving Indian values, ancient medical practices, promote Yoga, and spread awareness about social issues "The Namo Gange Trust" was established in the year 2015 to serve human and humanity at its best.
We have done many programs on Shri Bhagwat Katha, Cow conservation, The Yogshalas (Health Centres), clean Ganga, promotion of Indian art and culture etc.
Studies have shown that the female to male ratio in India is much lower compared to the other parts of the world and keeping in line with this we have launched "Meri Beti Mera Abhimaan" this year to promote the female child in the Indian society. The initiative was first taken up by our Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji and since then many organization have joined hands to spread the message.
We are also trying to spread the message through the art and culture related activities as we have a rich cultural diversity and heritage and using this means we can generate mass awareness in a pleasant and subtle manner. We have examples of women as "Shakti" an all powerful complete woman and we want to tell the society to that a female is an asset to the society and not a burden so give her the right opportunity to bloom and blossom.
Prime Minister's mission 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' is an important mission and Namo Gange Trust along with Paridhi Art Group pledges to take it forward to masses so that that the dignity of women is restored back to the golden times.
India is a country where women have been given extreme importance and reverence for centuries. The witness and proof of the high social standards of women can be found through ancient texts, scriptures, paintings, murals etc. One can see that women of that age were not suppressed or regressive in their thinking; they were rather educated, talented and free thinking women.
Let it be women of those times Radha, Meera, Sita, Rani Laxmi Bai, Ahilyabai Holkar, Begum Hazrat Mahal or women of this age Shakuntala Devi, Indira Gandhi, Sushmita Sen, Aishwarya Rai, Sunita Williams, Kalpana Chawala, Sania Mirza, Saina Nehwal, Sakshi Malik, P. V. Sindhu and many more.... the daughters of India have never let the head of the nation or their family down. They have made us rather proud and smiling.