How an Accident Inspired This Ex-IAS Officer to Give Free Artificial Limbs to Lakhs

Established in in 1975, Jaipur-based non-profit organisation, Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti (BMVSS) has, in its 44 years of existence, helped about 18 lakh individuals with varying forms of physical disability get access to artificial limbs, callipers and other aids.

The person credited with lending hope to lakhs of amputees and physically-disabled across not just India but the world, is former IAS officer Devendra Raj Mehta, founder of BMVSS.

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Ex-Navy Commander Trains 10,000+ People To Grow Their Own Food Through Hydroponics!

Nurture your plants the same way a mother nurtures her baby!

 Giving this final piece of advice to his group of students in his recent food growing workshop, C V Prakash, a retired Lieutenant Commander from the Indian Navy, starts packing his bag as a new group of students eagerly await his arrival in Pune.

Though he is running on a tight schedule, the ex-serviceman from Dharwad, Karnataka, is excited to sh Read more...


Using Lifetime Savings, TN Couple Opened Their Home to 100+ Elderly From the Streets!

Pained by the state of poor and homeless people, Jalaja and Janardhanan were driven by an overwhelming sense to care for those who had no one.

 At first sight, Tirunagar-based R Jalaja and K Janardhanan will pass off as any other retired couple, making plans to invest their time and savings in travelling or with family.

Well, they did find a greater purpose post-retirement, one that was not centred upon the Read more...


These Senior SINGLES are Giving People the Most Amazing Retirement Goals

JOY which is an acronym for ‘Just Older Youth’ is a community where single seniors from across India are connecting with each other, so they can move into the same neighbourhood once they retire.

 64-year-old Parimal Gandhi is a three-time cancer survivor who is now battling its fourth episode. If you were to interact with him, it would be impossible for you to fathom the insurmountable battles, this hale-and-hea Read more...


Senior Citizen Couple Kick off Retirement With Pan-India Motorcycle Expedition!

  Undaunted by ageing, accidents and bone-jarring terrain, this couple chose to fulfill their travel dreams by taking the road less travelled!


 Indore residents Dilip Chauhan, 61, and his wife Pooja, 57, were never keen on a quiet life post-retirement. They are defying age constraints to take a pan-Indian road trip atop a Royal Enfield bike.


The couple has been tourin