Pune – In a remarkable demonstration of generosity, Pune-based philanthropists Jayant Natu and Ashwamedha Pariwar have contributed a substantial sum of Rs 1 Crore to Bharatiya Sanskruti Sanvardhan Sanstha (Motibaug). The donation, a testament to their commitment to societal well-being, was handed over to the esteemed organization in a ceremony attended by key figures from Rashtriya Swayansevak Sangh and Motibaug.
Suhas Rao Hiremath, Senior Pracharak of Rashtriya Swayansevak Sangh, expressed deep appreciation for Jayant Natu’s dedicated service to society. He emphasized the importance of empathy in fostering selfless social contributions, highlighting the scarcity of philanthropic donors truly motivated to make a difference. “Jayant Natu’s initiative is an ideal example for everyone, inspiring us to contribute and serve society,” he remarked.
Prof. Aniruddha Deshpande, Central Karykarta of RSS, echoed the sentiment, stating that charity is a crucial aspect of Indian culture. Deshpande encouraged individuals to contribute to charitable causes according to their capacity. Jayant Natu, visibly delighted about the donation, conveyed his commitment to repaying society and the nation for the support they have received.
Rajiv Joshi, President of Motibaug, provided insights into the Sangh’s ongoing initiatives and shared details about the new construction project at MotiBaug. The event, hosted by Ashok Vaze, featured a welcome address by Adv. Padma Gokhale.
This substantial contribution by Jayant Natu and Ashwamedha Pariwar will undoubtedly bolster the activities of Bharatiya Sanskruti Sanvardhan Sanstha, contributing to the organization’s mission of cultural development and societal upliftment.