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Ganeshotsav Holidays Activities in Vakola baseed Orphanage by Ashwamedh Foundation

Ganeshotsav Holidays Activities in Vakola baseed Orphanage by Ashwamedh Foundation

  In the month of August Ashwamedh Foundation started Project Ankur in Mulanche Samarth Vidyalay, Santacruz (E). We have completed 4 lectures there so far. Due to Ganesh Chaturthi Festival students went on Holidays for few days. We decided to use this opportunity to carry out some fun-filled activities in Vakola based Orphange. 

On first day we helped children in decorating their Ganesh Makhars. Children had made some beautiful Ganesh idols using papers. We appreciated their efforts. We distributed some sweets to them to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi. We played passing the box game with them. Guided Std. 10th students for their upcoming exams. etc. 

On second day we showed them movie 'Naam Shabana'. Children really enjoyed the movie. They thanked us for spending our Ganeshotsav holidays with them. Ashwamedh Foundation is really happy to spread smiles on the faces of little kids. 


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