शौर्य दिवस – गर्व है !!

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इतिहास साक्षी है कि जब जब हिंदू संस्कृति पर विदेशी आक्रांता ओं द्वारा आघात हुआ है तब-तब हिंदू मान बिंदुओं की रक्षा के लिए संत-महात्मा, महापुरुषों हिंदू योद्धा सामने आए हैं और उन्होंने समाज की रक्षा के लिए स्वयं को आहूत किया है ।चाहे वह कृष्ण जन्मभूमि हो चाहे काशी विश्वनाथ का मंदिर चाहे सोमनाथ मंदिर हो अथवा अयोध्या की राम जन्म भूमि हो
त्याग और बलिदान की यह परंपरा सदियों से चली आ रही है समय दिन काल,युग बदलते रहे किंतु संघर्ष की श्रंखला अनवरत चलती रही पीढ़ी दर पीढ़ी देश और धर्म की रक्षा खप गयीं।
देश की आजादी के बाद भी हम अपने मान बिंदुओं को दासता के चंगुल से मुक्त नहीं कर पाए। यही कारण है हिंदू समाज को एक बार फिर से आवाज उठानी पड़ी ।

स्वतंत्र भारत में भी अपने धार्मिक एवं सांस्कृतिक प्रतीकों को दास्ता के कलंक से मुक्त कराने के लिए बलिदान देने पड़े और ना जाने अभी और कितने देने होंगे।

अयोध्या श्री राम जन्मभूमि पर बने बाबरी ढांचे को हटाना इसका प्रत्यक्ष उदाहरण है जिसकी कार सेवा में असंख्य साधु संत राम भक्तों का बलिदान हुआ ।सत्ता लोलुप शासकों ने अपनी निर्दयता का प्रत्यक्ष उदाहरण प्रस्तुत किया और राम भक्त हिंदू समर्थक शासक शासन ने अपनी शह्रयता का परिचय दिया ।
6 दिसंबर को हिंदू शौर्य दिवस के रुप में पूरे देश में बड़े गर्व के साथ मनाया जाता है ।
परम पूज्या दीदी मां साध्वी ऋतंभरा जी के अहर्निश प्रयास, त्याग-तपस्या एवं हिंदू जागरण के शंखनाद के कारण 6 दिसंबर 92 को हिंदू समाज पर आताताई बाबर के द्वारा लगे कलंक को धोया गया था, जिसकी परिणति में आज अयोध्या में श्री राम जन्मभूमि पर भगवान श्री राम का भव्य एवं दिव्य मंदिर का निर्माण हो रहा है। यह देश और सम्पूर्ण हिन्दू समाज पूज्य दीदी मां जी के प्रति सदैव कृतज्ञ रहेगा ।
शौर्य दिवस की आप सभी को हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं ।

The Day when Indian Navy Bombed Karachi: Indian Navy Day

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India is known as the country of Gandhi. The man who teaches the aspects of Ahimsa and Truth to the world. His ideologies of Non-Violence made him what he is today. Indian society is, therefore, known as a peace-loving and conflict-avoiding society as a whole.


India is known for the valour and courage as well. The British won various battes in World War just because of the Indian soldiers. Afghanistan is known to be the ‘Graveyard of Kingdoms’ but Maharaja Ranjit Singh Ji has conquered Afghans too. This is the level of strength, courage and bravery indian society possess.

It was way back in 1971, when Pakistani Army started torturing and molesting bengali society in present day Bangladesh because bengalis wanted to get rid of the imposed urdu domination. They wanted to save their language and culture and because of the rigorous tortures and injustices prevailing in the Bangladesh, resulted into the influx of huge number of bangladeshi populace into indian territories, due to the porous borders.

On the night of 3rd December 1971, Pakistan started bombing 11 Indian Airforce stations. Admiral SM Nanda was seething with rage. Inside the strategy room of the naval headquarters, The strategic team planned the best of the modern day attack in the recent times. To cut the connect of west command with the eastern command, Karachi would be the optimal subject to attack and ensure blockade of the Pakisatani Navy.

As per the plan, three Vidyut-class missiles INS Nipat, INS Veer and INS Nirghat got deployed in Okha (Gujarat) and the fleet was extended to outfit each of the missile ships with four Styx missiles apiece. Besides these, 2 Arnala class submarine corvettes – INS Kiltan plus INS Katchall – as well as a marine tanker was introduced to the fleet. The fleet reached Karachi and bombarded Karachi to ashes. It is said that after that successful attack, Pakistan’s economic capital burnt for seven long days.

It is the success that Navy achieved in bombing down Karachi, we commemorate December 4th as Indian Navy Day.

Indian Navy Day is honoured by a Beating Retreat and Tattoo Ceremonies at the Gateway of India. Several activities like sprints, competitions etc are arranged to make the public aware of the significance of the Indian Navy.

We at Vatsalya Parivar pay our tribute to the Bravehearts. Jai Hind.

Impact Stories: A Tale of Hardships, Support and Determination

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God – The almighty tries and tests us with the testing times. Tough exams makes us strong and fine tunes us to get prepared for the hardships of battles. This is a general story of a normal story and then, there are lives which became inspiration for all of us. Richa Parmanand is one such beautiful tale of determination and enthusiasm. Overcoming the hurdles with the support of family with no definitions of a family.

Richa Parmanand was a tiny toddler when she was handed over to VatsalyaGram in Vrindavan. She wasn’t even aware of the meanings of family when she got a family in VatsalyaGram. Unlike most of us, she grew up in a family where the definitions of family breaks the stipulated meanings of a conventional family. She became a member of a family of mothers, siblings and grannies, with whom she could learn the true meanings of life and love, care, togetherness and being happy.

She grew up in a family which is headed by PP Didi Maa Ji. She completed her schooling from the inbuilt Samvid Gurukulam where she learnt the chapters of school curriculum as well as the moral values from Sanskaram classes by Didi Maa Ji.

As a tradition to grow children in VatsalyaGram, Richa also pursued her higher education and completed her law degree and passed the All India Bar Examination to practice her career of choice. She is willing to fight for the rights of the people. She has became an Advocate.

This is what a true value system like VatsalyaGram can change. Richa is an advocate today. Her sister Riddhi is a practicing medial practitioner who cleared MBBS from BHU. She is married happily.

This is VatsalyaGram. Changing lives, making lives of the destitute beautiful and mainstream, forever.

Gift of Sight: Eye Camp at VatsalyaGram

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The eye camps in India have a significant impact on the lives of poor people. The services are free, which means the poor don’t have to spend money on medical fees, which are often quite costly. Eye health is one of the most important factors when it comes to a person’s quality of life. The ability to see is what allows us to navigate our world, and the loss of this ability can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life.

The human body is the miracle of nature. It has to be treated with equal care and concern. The eyes are one of the most delicate organs of the body. The eye is the window to the world.

One of the biggest problems in India is the lack of medical facilities available to people. Eye care is one of the major concerns as many people cannot afford to visit a doctor for regular checkups.

For all these sections of society, VatsalyaGram is offering help. Free eye camps are a usual thing for VatsalyaGram since so long. One of the best othalomologist, Dr. Shyam Agrawal used to perform medical checkups and surgical procedures in VatsalyaGram and thousands have been benefitted. Since long, Dr. Agarwal has organized free eye camps across India. These camps provide thousands of people, especially the poor, with eye care and surgeries. The significance of these services can hardly be overstated. For many poor people, vision is the only sense that allows them to function in the world.

In the year 2008, the World Health Organisation (WHO) launched a global initiative called the “VISION 2020: The Right to Sight”. The aim of this program was to eliminate avoidable blindness in all countries around the world by the year 2020. According to WHO, blindness is defined as visual impairment that cannot be improved with usual eyeglasses or contact lenses. For those who can read and those who cannot this short essay is an appeal to the Indian Medical Association and the Central and State Governments to pay urgent attention to the need of the hour in India. The situation is very grave. Let us do something immediately. We would be failing in our duty as a human being and as a citizen of this great country if we, as a society do not attempt to draw the attention of the Indian Medical Association and the Central and State Governments to a very serious problem.

As an attempt to this serious issue, we at VatsalyaGram, are arranging a free medical eye camp for two days, i.e., 10th and 11th of December. This initiative is a regular exercise in the premises of VatsalyaGram by the inspiration of PP Didi Maa Sadhvi Ritambhara Ji. She is the one who comprehends the basic requirements of human life and her attempt to substitute oldage homes and orphanages by the concept of ‘Vatsalya Families’ is applauded by one and all. Her attempt to reach out to the very backward citizen of this country makes her highly respectable across the sections of the society.

This eye camp will last for two days where a specialist team of ophthalmologists from Mumbai under the supervision of senior ophthalmologist, Dr. Agrawal will be performing the surgical procedures and distribute free spectacles and medicines with free consultation.

Let’s make it BIG. Let’s make it a huge Success. Gift the sight to those who can not afford it.

VatsalyaGram: Shaping the dimensions of Life

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India is a country with oldest civilization. The age old rituals, religious beliefs and traditional customs are carried forward by the old age populace. These people are embibing themselves in educating the moral and cultural heritage of this country through religious stories. This is side one of the story. The other side of this story is not so good looking.

A majority of indian women are getting ostracised. As more as 2.3 million women in India are abandoned. Their plight starts at an oldage where they need social security with factors like food, access to healthcare and shelter in bad shape.

These destitute women are welcomed at our place at Vatsalyagram. Vatsalyagram is considered as the best NGOs working in India for destitute women and children.

A Family full of unacquainted people:

The people who are completely unacquainted to eachother can be settled in oldage homes and orphanages. By doing so, their basic requirements of life are secured, like food, shelter, security and healthcare but the emotional void in their lives can not be filled.

Here comes the difference Vatsalyagram creates in the lives. Filling it all with the newer dimensions and colours of love, care and affection by building a bond of love among all the beneficiaries, living here.

A women with 5-7 children are stayed together with a old age woman, referred as grandmother, and this is one family constituted. The entire family lives in an apartment where study room, drawing room, bedroom with lavatories and washroom and kitchen are available. All the basic amenities of life are available here and thus, the family feels for each other. The void in their lives is filled with the colours of learning, growing and living together.

Healthcare, Education, Natural Park & Spiritual Vibes:

The family living in vatsalyagram is having all the basic regular facilities to lead their lives as a normal individual. Within the Vatsalyagram campus, primary school and senior secondary school is available. These schools are following the quality norms of regulatory authorities and stringent in their approach to rcruit the faculties.

One of the faculty member has secured Rank 1 in the UPPCS exam which is highly competitive in nature and 3-5 million people appears in the exam. This is the quality teachers, vatsalyagram bring in to teach the students.

One hospital with adequate medical infrastructure is also available inside the campus where the people living inside vatsalyagram can get treatment.

To develop a sense of love for mother nature, a small park by the name nanhi duniya is also available for the kids so that they can have their own understanding of nature and the ecosystem associated.

The women living inside the campus are getting pure and pious spiritual vibes as there are temples like Meera Madhav Temple, Maa Sarvmangala Peetham and Lord Shiva Temples. These things are healing the lives with a touch of love, care and affection.

Team Vatsalyagram is there to serve, build and improve the Quality of life of those who need it. We are doing our bit, shaping the dimensions of lives. You too have a share in this responsibility.

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Maa Sarvamangala Peetham: Adding Values to life

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Vrindavan is considered as the supreme abode, situated on the top of spirituality. There is also a self-supporting village, full of love, redefining humanism in this pilgrimage city of devotion. This village of love is known as Vatsalyagram. Here nature flourishes, blossoms, and smiles. Spirituality finds new opportunities here. The Ganges of Sanskars flows in which civilization is alive in its ancient form. The weak find power here.

Vatsalyagram is the embodiment of the ideological welfare of Param Pujya Didi Maa Ritambara Ji. Many service undertakings operating here have been conceived by Param Pujya Didi Maa Ji for the service and welfare of mankind. This unimaginable form of service can also be considered as an attempt to enlarge and awaken the feeling of welfare in society. Among these service projects, there is a project which is being built for the mental upliftment of future generations, to develop the spirit of universal equality, and for the realization of its glorious history, whose purpose is as much social guidance as it is spiritual. This project is known as Sarvamangala Peetham whose construction work is going on.

Concept of Sat, Raja and Tama

At the core of the concept of the creation of Sarvamangala Peetham are the three modes of Sat, Raja, and Tama. The creation of the universe has been done from these three Gunas and the construction of Maa Sarvamangala Peetham is also to make the general public aware of Indian architecture. Maa Sarvamangala Peetham will be established not only as a Shaktipeeth but also as a historical place. This temple will have three domes that will reflect the qualities of Sat, Raja, and Tama.

Spirituality & Science: Together

Along with being an important center of spirituality, Maa Sarvamangala Peetham will also be an important center of science. Historical facts will be displayed here by many projects. In this way, this Shaktipeeth will also be the curiosity center for the science trainees along with the devotees.

Picturesque atmosphere, diversity of sentiments, and spiritual peace

Maa Sarvamangala Peetham is being established in a quiet, idyllic, and picturesque place like Vatsalyagram, which will be a spiritual center as well as a training site for history in the coming times. The general public will be made aware of the unresolved principles of religion, culture, and holy Sanatan Civilization.

The establishment of Maa Sarvamangala Peetham is not just the establishment of a religious place, it is the arrival of the auspicious welfare form of Maa Sarvamangala. of the global purification of human civilization. of invocation at the ideological level. Maa Sarvamangala Shaktipeetham will be the place to assimilate refined expressions.

Maa Sarvmangala Peetham is going to add value to our lives. In order to retain our cultural heritage, we need to preserve such places of high spiritual significance and support them as much as possible.

Government schemes towards Empowering Women

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यत्र नार्यस्तु पूज्यन्ते रमन्ते तत्र देवता:।
यत्रैतास्तु न पूज्यन्ते सर्वास्तत्राफला: क्रिया:।

Yatra naryastu pujyante ramante tatra Devata,
yatraitaastu na pujyante sarvaastatrafalaah kriyaah

Where Women are honoured, divinity blossoms there, and where ever women are dishonoured, all action no matter how noble it may be, remains unfruitful.

India has been a society where womanhood has been celebrated for ages. In Indian culture, we worship Navratri in which people invite small daughters and worship them, greet them and seek their blessings. It is believed that by doing so, everything around will streamline easily. Things became easier for people and this is how from a very early age, daughters and sisters are celebrated.


There’s another part of the story as well. Women and crime are associated. The Crime bureau’s records are still talking about those who do not believe in the same philosophy and tend to behave abnormally against women. Despite a large number of such people, some NGOs like Vatsalyagram as well as government machinery are working hard to uplift the lifestyle of women. Vatsalyagram and other NGOs are highly appreciated for their selfless service to women but it is equally important to make people aware of the administrative reforms/schemes available for women.

The ideas of gender equality are, in fact, incorporated in our Constitution. The Indian Constitution guarantees women’s equality and authorises the government to implement affirmative discrimination measures in their favour.

Furthermore, women faced several challenges in the past, including domestic violence, acid assaults, rapes, early marriage, domestic work, and many others.

The government and the public sector are playing a vital role in ensuring women’s empowerment by enabling their wellbeing in numerous areas. There is no denying the importance of women’s empowerment in the empowerment of the nation.

A number of programs have been brought out in recent years to empower women to be independent in their life, whether it’s delivering a free cooking gas cylinder and education programs or enabling women to utilize technology.

For the welfare of children and women, the union government has set up a separate and dedicated ministry for the welfare and protection of constitutional rights of women and various plans and schemes are running for their upliftment.

Let us have a look at the policies:

1. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Yojana

On January 22, 2015, this initiative was introduced. The major goal of this initiative is to raise awareness and improve the effectiveness of female child protection services. The original goal of this yojana was to address the falling Child Sex Ratio (CSR), but it has now expanded to encompass gender-biased sex-selective eliminations, as well as the promotion of girl child education, survival, and protection.

2. Mahila Shakti Kendra

In 2017, the government established the Mahila Shakti Kendra to provide rural women with opportunities for employment, skill development, digital literacy, health, and nutrition. In the 115 most underserved districts, this will be accomplished through community participation and student volunteers.
Through training and capacity building, each Kendra would create a platform for rural women to reach out to the government and claim their rights. It is effective at the Block, State, District, and National levels.

3. Mahila-E-Haat

The government launched Mahila-E-Haat in 2016 within the Ministry of Women and Child Development’s jurisdiction. It is a monolingual internet marketing platform that uses technology to help ambitious female entrepreneurs, self-help groups, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) promote their goods and services.
This stage is open to any Indian woman over the age of 18 and has a quick sign-in process and accessible payment options. Everything may be done on a mobile device without the need for any additional intermediaries.

4. Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana

The Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, which is run by the government, works on saving initiatives for female children and falls under the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao scheme. You may open an account at any Indian Post office or authorized commercial bank branch.
A parent or guardian, on the other hand, can open the account at any point between the birth of the female child and the age of ten.

5. Pradhan Mantri Mahila Shakti Kendra scheme

One of the major goals of this program is to encourage community engagement by involving Student Volunteers in rural women’s empowerment. In addition, to improve women’s quality of life. Starting with the rescuing and survival of a female child, this strategy will improve her elementary and secondary education, as well as her general quality of life.

6. Working Women’s Hostel (WWH)

This program offers women a secure and cheap hostel. The scheme’s primary goal is to increase the availability of safe and convenient housing for working women. It also provides childcare services for their children in rural, urban, semi-urban, and even metropolitan locations where women may find work.

7. Women helpline scheme

This is the major strategy for women’s universalization, which was announced in 2015. The hotline is designed to give quick and emergency assistance to women who have been victims of violence 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
This organization provides a toll-free, 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week telephone service to women who are victims of domestic abuse and are looking for help and information. Furthermore, it gives information on suitable support services and government programs for women who have been victims of abuse.

8. Pradhan Mantri Matri Vandana Yojana

This program was created in 2017 to provide women with partial pay replacement throughout their pregnancy. It also gives moms a financial prize of Rs 6,000 for the birth of their first child. The program offers monetary rewards to pregnant and nursing moms who improve their health and nutrition.

9. One-Stop Centre Scheme

This program assists women who have been victims of domestic abuse in both public and private settings. It also provides rapid access to a variety of institutions, including medical, legal, psychiatric, and counseling help, in the event of an emergency or non-emergency.

10. She-Box Portal

This project attempts to give a rapid answer for women who have been sexually harassed at work. You can make a complaint about Sexual Harassment at Workplace on SHe-Box, and your case will be sent straight to the state body with jurisdiction to act quickly on the issue.

The odd story of Grit and Resilience: Riddhi Parmanand

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Education can bring change in life. We all know this but at what level do we all attempt to read and succeed?

Not every one of us. But some do. Here is the heck of the story.

Riddhi Parmanand isn’t just a name but she has become a role model for the people of surrounding areas. She hasn’t achieved anything of global significance but her short story is a tale of grit, resilience, and self-belief for the people of her surroundings. She has become a name of success and a girl who strictly follows her work ethic.

She is a story of success. Success is not the fruit that ripens only in the courtyard of the well-to-do. It is necessary for the ripening of this fruit to be a land of hard work, on which countless efforts can be made with the machine of our expectations.

Riddhi is a medical doctor. She did MBBS from one of the best medical colleges in the country, Banaras Hindu University. Attaining a medical degree is not easy and one living in a country of more than a billion can understand that easily.

Thorough competition needs resources. These resources are not just books but proper care of the family of the applicant. To face such examinations, mental stability is equally important and here, her family’s role became predominantly significant where nobody is in her blood relations because she is from Gokulam, Vatsalyagram.

Vatsalyagram has become the home of the homeless. Vatsayagram under the patronage of PP Sadhvi Ritambhara Ji is the home of love, affection, and care among strangers. Such is the moral support this small place offers that it makes the story look real.

We all know, that it is really tough to get a medical degree in India because of the highly competitive exams, a high number of applicants, the enormous number of dropouts are among those applicants who get training to fight these exams from the best of the faculties and subject matter experts.

In a nutshell, it was tough. Tough for a girl who hasn’t seen her biological parents but the mother she gets in Vatsalyagram, takes care of her so well that she ended up on the winning streak.

Recently she got married. A new life started. Full of dreams, hopes, and a bright and radiant career.

Let’s bless her with a Great life again. May God bless her with all that she deserves and desires.

VatsalyaGram — The Road Worth Travelling

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Param Pujya Didi Maa Sadhvi Ritambhara Ji is the one who needs no introduction, but one should talk about her attempts to improve the standard of living and the Quality of Life of destitute women on this day of Women. Here is a short note on the process adopted. Due to her love, affection, and tremendous emotional support to the destitute women, she is the real icon one should consider as the epitome of empowering women in Indian society.

Women and their situation in our society is a subjective matter. There are ample examples of women leading the big empires like Rani LaxmiBai to Rani Ahilyabai, which are from our own society. There are women heads of the state, governors, and district magistrates in India. We are the country where India was Indira and Indira was India. Such is the stature we offer to women. On the other hand, crime records also narrate different sides of the story, in which women are destitute.

VatsalyaGram is an epicenter of unheard stories of Empowering Women. Hundreds of women get the real meaning of love and Vatsalya here. We need to listen to these stories and be skilled and educated to make them feel good about life. This is all about this Transformation, and this is a continual process, needs no name to define, but Pujya Didi Maa Ji’s passion for serving humanity.

This village empowers women with a process that starts with empathizing with the destitute women. Here she gets a place and relations of love, care, and affection. These women live their lives with peace, harmony, and a bonded relationship that makes their lives full of cherishing reasons.

These women get an apartment to live in that has a dining room, drawing room, bedroom, kitchen, and washroom with a couple of abandoned children, and a bond of love is created among each one of the residing members, right from the granny to the youngest kid of the family.

That is how a devastated life of a destitute woman is filled with the colours of relationships, full of dreams, and cherished moments.

The dream of making girls educated to strive for their best potential is not just to face but also to lead the world. The greater number of empowered women is the only possible way to make this world a better place to live. Didi Maa Ji understands this, which is why the girls studying in the in-house Samvid Gurukulam School have multifaceted developmental programs, apart from textbook studies.

Horse riding, NCC, Sports, Dance, and Music Academy with classes on Robotics are just a few programs that made the daughters feel high on confidence. Didi Maa knows the significance of exposure to education, and that is why the initiative ADVANCE is launched an exchange program with an American school.

Employing a woman is the greatest service one can have to humanity. The women residing in the VatsalyaGram are brought under the Entrepreneurship programs, under which they learn how to make candles, pack food items, and whatnot. Programs like udyamita and saksham are a few examples of it.

By doing so, these women get a feel of financial security, which is equally important. The entire 52-acre land of VatsalyaGram is secured and serene. This place is developed following the comfort and peace of women.

This is not all. Param Pujya Didi Maa Ji’s various ways and means are making women empowered and enabling them to the path of success and confidence are truly remarkable.

She is not just an example of women empowerment but making women empower narrates her.

Let us help her in making these unspoken stories heard all around. Help and connect with the programs of VatsalyaGram and support these amazingly drafted initiatives.

VatsalyaGram: Where women empowerment find its true spirits

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Women empowerment is one of the most used words in elites worldwide, and India is no different. Various women across the circles of dramatic arts, films, politics, sports, and journalism made it big or big enough for themselves.

Wait a minute, for themselves? Yes, you read it right. Take the names of any actress or female politician, and you’ll understand that their struggle was for the upliftment of their lifestyles, their bank balance, and they impacted society just like that. The efforts of any actress have helped none of the hundreds of thousands of girls across the community. Any Corporate tycoon or minister doesn’t even bother for anyone else’s better Quality of life. These great ladies struggled and attempted to make their personal lives better and financially secure. So here, the definition of Women Empowerment fails.

So what does it mean? Does it even exist in the community?

We came up with the answer to this unanswered question. Women empowerment is a broad term that means someone who struggles to improve the Quality of women’s lives through proper education, required training of skill-sets, food, nutrition, and shelter with not the least care and affection we all need.

Sadhvi Ritambhara, a renowned name connected with Shri Ram Janm Bhumi Andolan, is such a personality that people around her bow down to her for being didi maa. She is the perfect example of what women empowerment is all about.

Sadhvi didi maa Ritambhara has initiated a unique project named VatsalyaGram in Mathura, a city known as Lord Krishna’s birthplace. Vatsalya means Love, affection that a neonate has for a mother and vice versa. Gram is a small area where people live with care, compassion, and respect for each other. What is unique in it is the amalgamation of Spirituality, natural beauty, and dedication towards humanity. Dedicated to serving the community, she has bifurcated various projects in VatsalyaGram which are as follows:-


Gokulam is a place dedicated to the kids where one family lives in one house. Every house has all the necessary amenities that one may desire: a drawing-room, bedroom, kitchen, temple, and a study room. As of now, there are around 200 people from 16 families living.

So what’s the catch? These families comprise strangers, one mother, one grandmother/nanny, and 5–7 kids living under one roof with no blood relation in common.


2. School to cater to the needs of Below Poverty Line families/Slums- KBVM

Not just the mainline education, but other sorts of educational training are all provided to these kids. These children hail from BPL families of the nearby slums. The objective to run this initiative is to provide the fundamental human right of every individual, i.e. education. Under her guidance, the school is doing good with regular mid-day meals, education, stationary and uniform at absolutely no charge.

3. Samvid Gurukulam Senior Secondary School

Samvid Gurukulam is a senior secondary school to caters to holistic education with teaching moral values and a scientific approach to the students. Regular counseling and guidance are parts of normal practices that take place on the premises. Samvid Gurukulam is a fully residential school.

4. Swami Parmanand Prakritik Chikitsalaya

SPCC offers free treatment to poor people. A healthy lifestyle with dignity and meaningful life for underprivileged children and women is the main aim of this ayurvedic/homeopathic healthcare unit. Naturopathy is also used to treat acute and chronic diseases.

5. Gd Bansal Swasti Chikitsalaya

This healthcare set-up provides free treatments through State-of-the-art medical facilities, inside the vatsalyagram Campus.

6. Premvati Gupta Netra Chikitsalaya

The expert ophthalmologists are providing free Eye-camps for the poor and needy people in this in-campus eye hospital under the supervision of Didi Maa Sadhvi Ritambhara.

7. Udyamita(Entrepreneurship)

A free vocational training program is provided to young girls and women to make them stand on their own. A French Italian MNC fort supports this initiative.

8. Vaishishtyam(Home for Special Ones)

In this project, Didi Maa believes and considers that every child is unique. Vaishishtyam is the home of over 100 children. These children need special care and compassion. Vaishishtyam is a daycare center with a residential facility where exceptional children are treated.

Various relief programs and women empowering movements are also under the name of Sadhvi Didi Maa Ritambhara. Such a great symbol of Women empowerment. One needs to make her idealized and try to serve society’s sections the way didi maa is doing.

Shaping the lives of millions is what women empowerment is all about and believe me, she’s a great master of this field. Understanding the pain and agony of people and delivering the best suitable solution to women is my definition of Women Empowerment and Didi Maa is the Perfect example of it.