Honoring the contributions of the Universal Mothers, the Nurses
Mother is synonymous with the name of God in our hearts and our lips and hence, traditionally, we celebrate nine days of Navaratri for our Mother Goddess. This tradition is handed over to us from generations. From Kashmir to Kerala and Kutch to Kolkata, almost entire India vibrates with pulsating respect towards the motherhood during these nine nights of Navaratri. This is a part of our rich culture.
As per Article 51 A of the Constitution of India – It is duty of every citizen of India –
(f) “to value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture.”
(e) “to renounce the practices derogatory to the dignity of women” Hence with this spirit, we express motherly gratitude towards ‘Nurses’ - the Goddess of Service, who nurse us from cradle to grave. We visit various hospitals in different states of India, throughout the nine days of Navaratri, meet the nurses, and express our love and gratitude towards them. This experiment of love is reciprocated with bountiful love.