(Programme for the hearing impaired)

Throughout the India, Bhaubeej is celebrated as one of the festivals of Diwali, wherein Sister worships the Brother.  There are many people around us who do not have brothers and sisters. They are alone.  Does that mean they will never celebrate bhaubeej in their lives?  There are many orphans, destitute children, prostitute children around us, who cannot celebrate Bhaubeej in their life.  These children are almost like imprisoned in the four walls of the institutes.  They hardly get an opportunity to come out of walls of the institutes.  To change the views of the general public about these children and to bestow happiness amongst these children, Anam Prem celebrates Bhaubeej with these children.  Every year approximately 300-400 destitute children from various states come together and celebrate bhaubeej.

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