Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person

by BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL SOCIETY
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
Old Aged Home for Needy Older Person
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Dear Donor/ supporter!

Old age is one of the natural phases of human life. The phenomenon of aging is dependent, according to Rembowski, both on the genetic factor of an individual, as well as on the environmental factors. The psychological interpretation of this phenomenon is based on the principle according to which, the activity of the nervous system is largely the product of interaction with the environmental factors.


Aging is a process of deterioration of the mature organism over the years and the appearance of irreversible changes which result in becoming increasingly unable to cope with the problems stemming from the outside. Number of nerve cells in the brain clearly declines, while in the remaining ones metabolism and
endurance decrease.


Similarly pronounced as the physical characteristics of the aging of the body, are the characteristics of mental health. Observation of the behavior, lexical analysis of utterance or style of clothes provide information on the age of the individual. Determinants of old age are the result of biological, psychological,
socio – cultural factors, which include: hereditary factors, life history, personality traits, and attitudes towards old age. What kind of people we become in old age is determined by the quality of our earlier life, and only minimally dependent on our biological age.

BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL SOCIETY thanking all our  donors. Such donations are our strength and it is pushing our projects to success.
We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program. Please reach out to us at becsindia@gmail.com

Many thanks again for your support!!

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Independence Day is celebrated every year on 15 August. This day marks end of British rule in India.

 This year, we will be celebrating 75th year of our Independence from British rule. Britishers ruled India for almost 200 year. The road to freedom was long, tiresome and the one in which many freedom fighters had to sacrifice their lives.

Therefore, this day play a very important role in modern India.

 Independence Day is also a public holiday. Many people, on this day, go out to watch parade at their nearby Independence Day ceremony venues. People also celebrate this day at their homes, with family, friends, relative, neighbors, etc. But since last year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, general public is not allowed at the parade venue(s). Other public places are likely to stay close as well due the pandemic.

Independence Day is one of the most important days in the year for our country. Each year on August 15 we celebrate the day we became an independent nation, which means we were free to rule ourselves and were not ruled by anyone else.

The British rule was established in India through East India Company in the year 1757 and the Company exercised control over India for 100 years. The fight for ‘Aazadi’ (freedom) from the British Raj truly began with the Indian Revolt of 1857 which is also known as the Indian Mutiny. The British played the trick of “divide and rule policy” as slowly, India came under direct British rule as the Britishers gradually strengthened their hold over the nation.

To free the nation from the shackles of the British Raj, several freedom fighters went through unimaginable pain and sacrificed their lives for the freedom of India. Some of the greatest freedom fighters that our nation has ever witnessed include (but are not limited to) Neta Ji Subash Chandra Bose, Bhagat Singh, Mangal Pandey, Mahatma Gandhi, Rani LakshiBai, Sarojini Naidu, Chandra Shekhar Azad and Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar. They displayed immense courage and bravery and revolted against the British empire to demand freedom for their beloved nation. The non-violent and civil disobedience movement led by Matama Gandhi along with other fighters of India constrained the British to leave India.

Hence, Independence Day is celebrated with utmost fervour, zest and a spirit of patriotism to mark the innumerable sacrifices of the freedom fighters of India and honour the fact that we are living in a free India. Throughout the country, flag-raising ceremonies are conducted and special programs are hosted, focusing on honouring the freedom fighters.

If you’re able, please make a donation to BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL SOCIETY. If you’re unable to donate at this time, there are many other ways you can support us!  You can advocate for us by sharing our mission with a family member or friend. Even a quick mention on your social media would mean the world to us.

In times like this, we’re reminded of how interconnected we all are. Thank you for being part of our community. Without you, none of it is possible.

Stay safe and well,

Haripada Giri

http://www.becs.org.

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Dear Donor/ supporter !

Year 2020 &2021 almost all organizations, children, poor women, Farmer, elders, work force and businesses has been adversely affected and Barnamala Educational and Cultural Society is no exception. During this pandemic, mostly wage workers, small business and poor farmer affected and they lost their livelihood.

As COVID-19 continues to spread, the future has never felt so unpredictable. These are challenging times for us all, and we hope you’re in good spirits and health! Right now, we’re doing everything possible to sustain daily operations and provide services to our community. While there’s a lot of uncertainty, we know that we need to adapt fast to our changing reality. Now, more than ever, our community needs us. And we need you.

Your generous support helped us to save our beneficiary and their families from the spread of pandemic and enabled us to provide sanitizers, masks, glouses, soaps and mainly food groceries to keep them without starvation during COVID-19 pandemic.

If you’re able, please make a donation to BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL SOCIETY. If you’re unable to donate at this time, there are many other ways you can support us!  You can advocate for us by sharing our mission with a family member or friend. Even a quick mention on your social media would mean the world to us.

In times like this, we’re reminded of how interconnected we all are. Thank you for being part of our community. Without you, none of it is possible.

Stay safe and well,

Haripada Giri

http://www.becs.org.

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We the Barnamala Educational Cultural Society Celebrate Republic Day 2021

 India observes January 26 as the day on which our constitution came into effect and celebrates it as Republic day yearly with a ton of pride and enthusiasm. The year 2021 will mark India’s 72th Republic Day. It is a day that is imperative to each Indian citizen because it denotes the day when India became democratic and truly independent.

In India, Republic Day is celebrated every year with grandeur. It unites the country as a whole and irrespective of the cast, creed, colour, sex or religion, Indians come together with lots of zeal and fervour. It truly shows the diversity of our country.The capital city of India, New Delhi, commends it with a magnificent Republic Day Parade that exhibits the might of the Indian Military and the social diversity of our nation. The motorcade starts after the President of India, who is also the Supreme Commander of the Armed powers, unfurls our national flag. One of the principal elements of the Parade is to honour the martyrs who have forfeited their lives for the country by showing courage in the face of adversity.On 26 January 1950, three years post-independence, India turned into a secular, sovereign, socialist and a democratic republic. The first meeting of the Indian Parliament was also held on this day. 26th January, additionally saw the swearing-in of India's first president, Dr. Rajendra Prasad. Consequently, this day is vital as it marks the end of the British rule and birth of India as a Republic State.The most significant and grand parade is held at Rajpath in New Delhi, which exhibits a multi-toned picture of the country's rich social heritage and military ability. This procession is presided over by the President of India. The Prime Minister of India first lays a wreath at the Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate, in memory of all people from the military who surrendered their life for the country. Thereafter, 21-gun salute, unfurling of the National Flag and singing of the National Anthem take place.

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Barnamala Educational and Cultural Society hope you and your family stay safe and healthy.

Respected Donor

The whole world is in panic of COVID-19 and do not know, what will be the condition of tomorrow.

 

Cows dung is a most important source of bio-fertilizer and used  for generating energy. It is very effective's alternatives to chemical fertilizers by enhancing productivity in long term with maintaining the soil health and enhances the microbial population. Cowdung manure and vermicompost increases soil organic matter content, and this leads to improved water infiltration and water holding capacity as well as an increased cation exchange capacity. It is one of the renewable and sustainable energy resources through dung cakes or biogas which replace the dependence upon charcoal, fuel wood, firewood and fossil fuel etc. Beside it, application of cowdung in proper and sustainable way can enhance not only productivity of yield but also minimizing the chances bacterial and fungal pathogenic disease. Therefore, improper use of cowdung should be stopped and use as organic manure for maintaining productive and sustainable farming system. Cows dung is a most important source of bio-fertilizer but at the same time cow's urine, cow's horn and a dead body of a cow can be used for preparing effective bio-fertilizer. Animals can play an important role in the provision of energy either in negative way where livestock keeping contributes to deforestation in large parts of forested area or in positively, such as by transforming plant energy into useful work or by providing dung used for fuel through dung cakes or biogas to replace charcoal, fuel wood, firewood etc. Most livestock products in mixed farming systems are derived from animals that are fed on local resources such as pasture, crop residues, fodder trees and shrubs. The farm animals (cows, bullocks and milk buffaloes) provide dung and urine to enrich the soil, while crop residues and fodder form the bulk of the feed for these animals . In our country, farming and agricultural cultivation, as per the traditional age-old system, used to be done, with cow dung amongst others serving as manure. There are a variety of cow dung and cow's urine products, which can be used as fertilizers and pest repellent respectively in agricultural practice. These products are very popular and are using day by day. Low soil fertility is one of the greatest biophysical constraints to production of agroforestry crops . Cow dung is a very good source for maintaining the production capacity of soil and enhances the microbial population. But due to increasing population pressure and demand of food resources, there is a need of introducing a chemical fertilizer, pesticides and insecticides to the soil, which are disturbing the soil physio-chemical properties including soil texture, porosity, and water holding capacity and also disturbed the soil microbial population. Therefore, improper use of cow dung should be stopped and should only be applied in the farmland instead of chemical fertilizers, so that the productivity and sustainability of soil could be maintained which will increase the production capacity of food treasure.

In this critical conditions, we feel unfair to ask for donation. Your own communities are also in struggle to get a helping hand. This is a global crisis, kindly help those who are in real need of your generous support

Thanks to all of our Supporters, Donors & Friends who made this possible! We couldn't accomplish any of this without your support. Also we assure you that your donations will exclusively support the welfare programs.

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