AASRA exemplifying Rakhi

Rakhi is a sacred thread embellished with sister's love and affection for her brother. This epitomizes sister's love and prayers for her brother's well-being, and the brother's lifelong vow to protect her. This day fosters an undying and divine relationship among the siblings. Meaningfully, the above saying and the basic definition of RAKSHABANDHAN, is the fundamental motive of AASRA and this is what it makes this festival to be one of the most important festival for the members of this social service club.

 The day saw members of AASRA sprinting towards their respective workplaces with sweets and handful of rakhis to celebrate this sacred festival with the kids there. It witnessed love and affection tying all of them together in a thread of love and unity. The gifts given by the members to the kids was the acknowledgment of their love for the kids, reminder of their togetherness and a symbol of their pledge for always being a support and helping hand in all kinds of situations. 

Moreover, it proved an auspicious and yet appropriate day for welcoming the freshers as it was an interactive environment for them. This day also made them realize the essence of love and dedication to serve the society, one of the deep and never ending mottos of AASRA. 

Encapsulating, it spread lot of merriness among the kids and brought smiles to their face. While the kids were assured of the fact that they are not alone in the society, the dedication of the members got intensified with the love and affection they received from the kids and hence gifted them a never ending connection, and promise to always stay on their side, no matter whatever situation and circumstances it may be and hence symbolising RAKHSHABANDHAN as AASRA in its real values for the needies.

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