The story of Sangita and her journey to healing"There was no electricity in her village, however everyone seemed happy and undisturbed ..."
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The story of Sangita and her personal journey to healing
Sangita woke up and thanked Radha and Lord Krishna for another sunny day and a good crop. She lived in a village, near the Yamuna river. She washed from a pail, as there was no water pipes so from the municipality in the township of Vrindavan India, the home of 5001 temples. She walked a quarter of a mile away with 2 balancing water pots to a sweet water well.
There was no electricity in her village, however everyone seemed happy and undisturbed. The songs and paens of Praise to Radha and Krishna wafted across the fields.
Verses from the Bhagavad-Gita filled their heads hearts minds and souls.
Sangita sent her daughter and son off to the nearby school. Her husband was in the field harvesting enough crops for their subsistence and some extra for the market for a few rupees every week.
She prayed to Radharani for her compassion as she was feeling ill ill lately and did not know why?
What to do?
The hospitals in New Delhi were 80 kilometers away
Their family had very little money even for basic medical analysis.
Fortunately her friend Aditi Devi Dasi was in crafts project not sew decorative and utilitarian items to help fund a hospital-clinic nearby.
The name is The Vedic care charitable trust clinic.
The clinic was serving patients like her in the outlying villages .
She went to the hospital and got diagnosed with _______________, and was given medicine and advice combining allopathic and Ayurvedic natural cures.
This hospital is also repairing and fixing up equipment and rooms for assisted living for Vaishnava devotees world wide. Preventative outreach is also being done assisting family of the ailing souls in homes and other hospitals.
The Clinic hospital is serving over 100 souls even during this pandemic.
She was nervous when she arrived at the brightly decorated hospital with soothing music, fountains and medicinal and culinary and decorative gardens.
She was welcomed by a compassionate staff and left with medicine and helpful instructions on how to continue her healing.
Our hospital help also for repairs and continuing service.
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