Dil Sova Shrestha: Yatries, you are our friends.

January 1, Kathmandu.


The founder of Old age management and Social Welfare Trust, Dil Sova Shrestha has said to have found new friends in Heavenly Path and declared that she was not alone in the path of social care. Speaking in the event 'Nirvanik Jal Paan and Prembadi Bhet Ghat' she proudly said,'Heavenly Yatries are our new friends. We were alone untill this day, not anymore.'


The event was organised by Heavenly Path Nepal Youth Kathmandu Branch at her own house turned care centre for elderly and orphan children in Soltimode. Youths organised a healing session for 38 elders and 48 children before treating them with a lunch. The youths even entertained everyone with a series of some Bhajans and Dances.


Supreme Master Godangel also visited the centre and spend times with elderlies. The founder of the centre Dil Sova Shrestha who is also a full time in house carer was more than happy to have SMG in the event. Even after turning her home into a care centre and devoting her life for the elderlies and orphan children, Ms. Shrestha does not want to recognise herself as a great person. She says,'I have only brought home them who used to sleep at streets. I have only given food to them who did not have anything to eat.'


Anyone willing to help Dil Sova Cheli may contact on +977-1-4274730.

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