Human life has a supreme significance and splendour. Human birth is most precious of gifts of a truly divine power.
In the more recent times – about a 100 year ago, Selfless Love for others and Devotion & Surrender to God was explained and illustrated by a Fakir, whom the world knows by the name of Shirdi Sai Baba. He was extremely good natured and had great knowledge & wisdom. He loved and served all without discriminating between rich and poor. He had shown the path of "service to huminanity" and served all without discriminating between rich and poor.
Sai Milan, a non government and non religious society Registered under Section 80 G(5) (vi) DEL-SE-22001-21062010/712 DT.21-6-2010, following the path shown by Shirdi Sai Baba, believes in the philosophy that Devotion softens the heart, removes jealousy, hatred and frees the mind from all fears and anxieties. Also, taking inspiration from what Baba did throughout his life for the benefit of the needy and in the service of the poor, hungry and ailing, Sai Milan is a collective effort in not just feeling or understanding the pain of poverty, hunger and disease but to cultivate charity through giving to the homeless, the hungry and the sick, as well as invoking the same in the society at large.
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We believe that true child welfare is to provide Education to the child which gives him the opportunity to grow in the society. It is our endeavour to make them aware of their basic needs and rights. We are not just providing support to children in terms of facilitating their academic lessons but also to teach them the most important lesson of their lives that they are as capable as anybody else.This education makes them believe that they are also part of the society.
Though Baba never had any
Sai Milan is also running a programme to support absconding / abandoned children who unknowingly come to Delhi from the distanced villages. These children may become criminals if they stay more than 24 hours on the railway platforms. We identify such children, give them food, clothes and medical facilities before completing all legal formalities and handing them over to child welfare centers, which further try to reunite them to their families or send them to orphanage homes.
Sai Milan has taken a new initiative by organising picnic for the children staying at the railway station on 20th March 2011. These children visited Lotus Temple and there after India Gate, where they enjoyed boating and playing other games. Lunch was provided at India gate. The children cherished the day. We have now included this as a regular activity in our on-going programmes.
‘Educating a girl is educating a whole family’. It is also one of our main objectives to highlight the achievements of females in every field at national as well as international level, to educate – the educated and not-so-educated, that there should not be any discrimination between a girl and boy. Girls are equally capable...even more, if reared under the same environment and given equal opportunities.
Sai Milan, believing on the Words and Path shown by Baba “Feed the Hungry”, have started a programme – ‘Feed the Hungry’
In this programme every day cooked food is distributed among the poor and needy. Sai Milan Food Van goes to night shelters to feed women and children. The Van goes to Sai Temple before Sunset Prayer & Offering, the Bhog is offered to the divine and then food (Prasad) distributed. Our workers/volunteers serve the hungry on plates and feed them with love and affection
We try to make these people realise that they are also a part of the Society so that they too feel important & comfortable and live with dignity.
With our regular visits to Shelter Homes we find that night food is a big problem for homeless people. They only depend for food either at Gurudwara or at Temples. Most of the times they even have to sleep without food.
Sai Milan Organizes Night Food for such shelters
Nigam Bhodh Gathe
There are shelters for leprosy patients. These patients require a special food. These patients also require and accept cotton, bandage, iodine, spirit and medicines. Sai Milan organises and provides raw grain food and medical kits for these leprosy patients on monthly basis.
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a disease of the human immune system caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
This condition progressively reduces the effectiveness of the immune system and leaves individuals susceptible to opportunistic infections and tumors. HIV is transmitted through direct contact of a mucous membrane or the bloodstream with a bodily fluid containing HIV, such as blood,semen,vaginal fluid, preseminal fluid, and breast milk.
Cancer (medical term: malignant neoplasm) is a class of diseases in which a group of cells display uncontrolled growth (division beyond the normal limits), invasion (intrusion on and destruction of adjacent tissues), and sometimes metastasis (spread to other locations in the body via lymph or blood). These three malignant properties of cancers differentiate them from benign tumours, which are self-limited, and do not invade or metastasize. Most cancers form a tumour but some, like leukaemia, do not. The branch of medicine concerned with the study, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer is oncology.
Diabetes mellitus, often referred to as diabetes, is a condition in which the body either does not produce enough, or does not properly respond to, insulin, a hormone produced in the pancreas. Insulin enables cells to absorb glucose in order to turn it into energy needed for daily life. This causes glucose to accumulate in the blood and the eventual urination of sugar out of the body, leading to various potential complications.
Many types of diabetes are recognized:The principal three are:
Type 1: Results from the body's failure to produce insulin. It is estimated that 5–10% of
While the medical science continues to fight an ongoing battle with new and old diseases, most of which are curable and treatable today if diagnosed timely, there are many for which the only cure is a new organ and organ-transplant the only treatment. Unfortunately there is not even enough awareness in this area, leave aside the donation.
While just a fortunate few are able to receive organ, thousands more just silently pass away — waiting for a second chance at life, but they never find a donor. Almost everybody who dies naturally or even in an accident, is a potential donor; yet most of the patients cannot find a donor due to the lack of enough public awareness on the matter. A great deal of effort is needed for creating awareness in the field of organ donation. It’s here where Sai Milan wants to contribute by playing a significant role.
It is quite ironical that in India, where people come for medical aid and treatment from all over the world – from underdeveloped to highly developed countries, to 1722 patients there is just one doctor. This high patient-doctor ratio is alarming and needs immediate attention.
There are definitely significant advancements and achievements in the field of healthcare. But whatever may be the claims about it as an industry – ‘a sunrise industry’, the fact remains that public health is a neglected area in both urban as well as rural areas. This situation is rather grim in the rural areas; and this situation gets highlighted only when there’s an epidemic or endemic. Infrastructure also lacks pathetically, first doctors are scarce, and second even if they are there, in the absence of necessary machines and equipments they are hardly .
Diet is the fuel that gives the body the energy it requires to perform its daily activities, whether it is a new born or an octogenarian. A healthy diet makes a healthy body, and health means happiness. A nation whose people are healthy is not just happy but also positive in its attitude and progressive in its approach.
While everybody aspires to remain healthy always, unfortunately, many a times, we fail to keep the best of health, and even have to avail the services of a hospital or remain at home under a doctor’s treatment and care to recover. That’s a time when our body needs light and balanced diet free from the flavors and spices of a normal Indian diet. Where, at home, the spice of love of the family compensates this, it is a big and difficult responsibility of the hospitals to provide diet, which is balanced as well as tastefully relished by the patients at the same time. At t