Code : A000469
Project : Food & Nutrition Assistance
Volunteer : Ruppa Lakshmi
Beneficiaries : Neelapu Ammanna (72), Ungati Chinnamma, Vandana SImmayya (65) and wife Chinnammi (60)
Location : Sanivada Village , Srikakulam
“The Mahabharata is an ideal text for peace lovers. So long as we are human beings, we cannot understand and follow the actions of Divinity. But we must accept and follow the actions done by God come as a human being. In the present conditions, if we accept and practice the ideals that were demonstrated in the Mahabharata, all countries will certainly prosper. For example, when Krishna went to negotiate peace and was asked by Duryodhana to accept his hospitality, Lord Krishna said that as he has come on a mission, He had no right to accept the hospitality till the mission was completed. So he declined the hospitality offered by Duryodhana and stayed in Vidura’s house. Such code of conduct was being observed in those days even in political negotiations; the moral mettle of our ancients were of a very high order. Thus every action of the Pandavas and of Lord Krishna in Mahabharata is an ideal lesson for us..”
LAASA salutes its volunteer Ruppa Lakshmi who has explained the meaning and the inner essence of all the vedas by identifying needy old people – Neelapu Ammanna (72), Ungati Chinnamma, Vandana SImmayya (65) and wife Chinnammi (60) – old and downtrodden residents of Sanivada Village, Srikakulam in a dire need for food. LAASA has committed to extend hand by providing the necessary Food & Nutrition (Including 100 Day Food Programme) that would help them to provide food for 100 days.
The basic essence of all the Vedas is to serve the needful with purity at heart with unity. As always LAASA is to Love all and Serve All to infinity and beyond.