AIM for Seva Salutes Houston Mothers


HOUSTON: “Mom” is the word!  AIM for Seva is holding an exciting get together to honor Houston Mothers and to celebrate motherhood. “Houston has a very vibrant Indian culture”, says Suma Mudan of AIM for Seva, “and the credit goes to the tenacity of mothers taking the time and trouble to inculcate Indian tradition and values to their children”.  Many of the Houston Moms are professionals and perform the delicate tasks of balancing household chores, demands of profession,  educating children, taking care of the elder relatives and yet, manage to have lots of fun.

“AIM for Seva has a close relationship with motherhood and education”, says Suma Mudan.  “Our entire movement was started by a disheartened tribal mother, Papammal, who could not send her children to school because of poverty, distance, safety and security.  She challenged Swami Dayananda Saraswathi to bring “Homes to Schools”. Thus was born the unique concept of “Chatralayas” or student homes, where we provide food, shelter, education, clothing, healthcare and teach ethics in a safe, secure and nurturing environment”.

The Event will be held at Anjali Performance Center, Sugar Land on May 11.  The festivities start at 6 PM, with a social hour for guests to meet and greet, and will conclude with dinner.

The primary focus of the event is to felicitate several senior mothers for contributions to families and  communities. The mothers who will be honored include Shakuntala Malhotra, Anasuya Devi, Seetha Devi, Lalita Mangipudi, Pankajam Rangaswamy, and Thulasi Radhakrishnan.

We are also inaugurating the Women’s’ Co-op during the event and we will have pickles and powders for sale.  There are fun events planned, entertainment by Andhra Mirchi Radio Team, bingo games with great prizes, and other as well.Please join us and make this a memorable event for Houston Moms.

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