Prepare Rakhis and good wishes to them this Rakshabandban
Muslim girls students from Vadodara send good wishes in form of Rakhis to the soldiers guarding the borders day and night. The students also club emotional letters with the Raksha Sutra to wish and make them feel at home.
The students of Kavi Sundaram Prathmik Shala prepare Rakhis in a workshop organised by the Vadodara chapter of Elixir Foundation. The volunteers provide them the materials and teach them to prepare Rakhis for a very noble cause. About 200 girls from standard 6th to 8th prepare Rakhis along with emotional letters for the soldiers guarding the borders.
“It’s a previlige for us to be a part of such cause where we prepare and send Rakhis to the brave soldiers protesting us from the evil enemies. The festival of Rakshabandban is approaching and the soldiers missed their sisters in between the call of duty. We want to make them feel like home with these Rakshasutras and the letters with mesaages for them. We pray to God for their well being,” said one of the student from the school.
Elixir foundation Vadodara Chapter has taken the initiative to send good wishes to the Soldiers to show their gratitude towards them. “We cannot repay their sacrifices so this Rakshabandhan this is our way to express our gratitude to all our great Indian Soldiers. The Rakhis prepared by girls with hand written letter will be send to the Soldiers at Kutch Border,” said Mitesh Rathod city President Vadodara.
The team also collect Rakhi with Hand-Written messages from various Government and Private Schools and carry them to the soldiers by their own.