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Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh’s Blood Donation Camp

Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh’s Blood Donation Camp

In a resounding display of service and solidarity, the Seva Vibhag of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangha (H.S.S) Thailand orchestrated a remarkable blood donation camp on Sunday, February 11th, 2024, at the H.S.S office, affectionately known as Bharat Mata Mandir. Under the guiding principle of “Seva Paramo Dharmaha” (Service is the Highest Duty), this noble initiative brought together a diverse array of individuals united in their commitment to saving lives.

The event, graced by the esteemed presence of dignitaries and guests, including Mr. Kesang (Ashok) Wandi, First Secretary (Consular) at the Embassy of India, and Mr. Umesh Pandey, Minister in the Government of Thailand, epitomized the spirit of selflessness and communal harmony. These distinguished guests, alongside 82 enthusiastic participants comprising both men and women from the local Thai community and the Indian diaspora, contributed to the resounding success of the camp.

Amidst the altruistic fervor, attendees were not only provided with the opportunity to donate blood but were also treated to refreshments, snacks, fruits, and a wholesome lunch as a token of appreciation for their invaluable contribution to the cause. Beyond the act of donation, the event exemplified the ethos of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” (The World is One Family), as plant saplings were distributed to all donors and volunteers, emphasizing the interconnectedness of humanity and the imperative to steward and nurture our environment for the welfare of all.

Mr. Jimmy Mishra, the Prachar Pramukh of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, Thailand, shared these heartening details, underscoring the organization’s unwavering commitment to service and community upliftment. Through initiatives such as this blood donation camp, H.S.S continues to embody the timeless values of compassion, unity, and selfless service, setting an inspiring example for all to emulate.

As the echoes of this impactful event resonate, it serves as a poignant reminder of the transformative power of collective action in fostering a more compassionate and inclusive society.

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