One of our huge responsibilities has been adopting an entire village and caring for its needs, in a variety of ways. It all began when we found five children on the shore of one of the lakes in Udaipur. They were depressed, in despair and on the verge of committing suicide. We bought them to our office to try and understand their motives. We realised that they had ran away from their families after feeling so helpless and in need.
We decided to adopt their village, Bilakh, and we improved its infrastructure and other aspects of their lifestyle (health, education etc.). We conduct various educational or creative classes, for example teaching them how to make and sell handmade products. We also distribute donations (clothes, toys etc.) and get them involved in fun, bonding activities such as wall-painting. We have shown compassion and love to this village.
We have spread joy and reduced negative we are aware of many other villages that are in need and our goal is now to adopt as many villages across India as possible. We receive a lot of support and love from people surrounding us, which allow us to make a promise to keep giving society what we can and with what we have.