A unique initiative by H&B Skin Clinic on this Diwali

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A free medical camp was organized for the girls of Special Home Care and also purchased the organic divas made by them

Surat (Gujarat) [India], October 18: Dr. Bansi Hirpara, H&B Skin Clinic, recently organized a free medical camp for girls of G.S.N.P+ organization, a Special Home Care on Sunday, October 17. In this camp, examination and medication were free of cost.

Dr. Bansi Hirpara believes that all girls of Special Home Care are part of our society. We should take care of them and should be treated equally. This unique initiative was taken with the sole aim of the medical camp was to boost the confidence and motivate these girls to become part of our society and live a proud life.

Dr. Bansi observed that on the occasion of Diwali, we give gifts to our friends and relatives; she thought, why not help and contribute to our society on this occasion. So, she came up with an idea to purchase cow dung’s organic divas handmade by girls of Special HomeCare and tried to instil confidence in girls through a free medical camp.

This will not only enlighten the happiness in these girls but will also spread little light in their lives too in this festival of Diwali. She also protected Cows (Gaumata) from going to the slaughterhouse and also contributed to Gauraksha.

India is a country where girls are considered as Mata Laxmi and Cow as sacred of all animals. Thus, on this Diwali, when Goddess is worshipped, Dr. Bansi set an exceptional example of true devotion towards society by Gauraksha and helpful to the girls of Special Home Care.

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