PARAMHANS Pandit Shri Ganesh Narayanji Baba
1. Date of birth: Vikram samvat 1903 pausha Krishna pratipada. Day: Thursday
2. Father's name: Pandit Shri Ghanshyamdasji belonging to Ruthala khandelwals, a Brahmin family of Bhugala. A small village near Nawalgarh, in Jhunjhunu district of rajasthan, India.
3. Education: He used to walk to Nawalgarh every day, which is about 14 kms from Bhugala. He gained his education under the able guidance of his Guru Pandit Rudendra Shastriji. He was well-versed in Hindi and Sanskrit. He was also a gifted astrologer.
4. Likes: Writing Poetry.
5. Marriage: Ganeshji got married at the age of 14, to Devi Sheonandi, in Vikram Samvat 1917, Jyestha Badi Navmi.
Family: Ganeshji was blessed with two daughters named Kunani and Bhani. Ganeshji was a staunch devotee of Lord Shiva and Goddess Durga, and he spent a large amount of time in worshipping them.
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A society has many strata of people living within the same economic condition. A harsh reality of our society today encompasses the less fortunate like orphans, sex workers, child labour etc. More than financial aid, they need someone to give them time, show compassion and care. Our society needs to accept them and show no bias on the basis of their background is what our institution preaches.
Water Drinking Kiosk
A person can work without food for few days, but not without drinking water. Clean drinking water is the most basic necessity for a human being. Looking at the hot and humid weather in most parts of our country, water becomes the most essential element for everyone. Setting up water drinking kiosk at multiple locations and far off less connected towns is considered as one of our association’s prime concern.
Education is an elementary right for everyone in our society. A child’s overall development and future success is rooted in the stepping stones of education. Setting up government approved schools, providing meals, setting up educational camps for elderly are few of the responsibilities we undertake ensuring the eradication of illiteracy from our country.
Our country is a religiously diversified. There are eight major religions and numerous castes living in harmony in our democratic country. We have built temples for carrying forward the spiritual enlightment of individuals. Having said that, being able to provide religious aid in a neutral way is what our institution aims at.
Jan 20, 2013