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CSR of VAL Lanjigarh: Ashram Building for Orphan Children Inaugurated at Bhawanipatna

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LANJIGARH: On Tuesday 3 July 2012, the fate of 30 orphan children in Kalahandi district of Odisha took a new turn. A new Ashram Building for the 30 orphan children was inaugurated at Bhawanipatna by MP Bhakta Charan Dash in presence of Chief Information Commissioner Mr. Satyananda Mishra and Dr. Mukesh Kumar, President and COO Vedanta Aluminium Limited, Lanjigarh.

The 30 children – who were adopted by Hemant Mund and his wife Sunanda Mishra from tribal dominated places of the district – now, have a home to live, dreams to fulfill with a nice parent, who are parenting the kids like their own family at Bhawanipatna.

With the name of ‘Bal Gopal Seva Niketan’, Hemant was running the orphanage school at his home earlier. However, thanks to Vedanta Aluminium Limited, Lanjigarh, Ex-MP Late Bikram Keshari Singhdeo and present MP Bhakta Charan Das for their financial support. Now the children have a newly constructed Ashram to live with good infrastructure.

On the occasion, an emotional Hemant says, “I am happy for my children for their new home. Vedanta arranged a land for the Ashram at Bhawanipatna and later helped us to build the building for the children. I am thankful to the corporate house for their kind support in the noble cause.” Hemant also extended gratitude to Mr. Satyananda Mishra for helping him and giving guidance all the time.

Hemant and his wife not only providing food and a home, they also ensure that the children get good education as all are doing well in different schools. The couple takes special care to impart spiritual education to them. All the children have become experts in reciting Gita and Vedic hymns. They have also displayed their skills in New Delhi, Mumbai, Ranchi and Bhubaneswar and won accolades.

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