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Vrindavan widows take part in Iftar party first time ever

The Iftar was organised at the Sulabh International headquarters here with an aim to bring the widows into the mainstream of Indian culture.

State has no role in Vrindavan widows’ rehabilitation: Centre

BJP MP from Mathura Hema Malini had said widows of Vrindavan should be sent to their respective states.

Bengal minister criticises Hema Malini over remark on Vrindavan widows

Hema had said that the responsibility of looking after widows should be of states from where they hail.

A Vrindavan widow replies to Hema: ‘send me to Govinda’

Team of 50 widows arrive in Kolkata to celebrate Durga Puja

Bengal govt slams Hema’s remark on Vrindavan widows

State sending a fact-finding team to Mathura.

Homecoming for Vrindavan widows this Durga Puja

Sulabh is looking after 1,000 Vrindavan widows as part of a SC directive to remove the stigma attached to their lives.

Varanasi widows plan to send 1000 ‘rakhis’ for ‘brother’ Modi

Hundreds of widows from Varanasi plan to send 1,000 ‘rakhis’ along with sweets to PM Narendra Modi.

Widows hope to meet with PM Modi to push for protection Bill

Founder of Sulabh International, Bindeshwar Pathak drafted a widow protection Bill for the welfare of widows.

Politicians turn blind eye to voteless Vrindavan widows

Political parties have promised to clean Yamuna or beautify Brij Bhoomi in their manifestos but remained silent on the plight of these widows.

Finally, a splash of colour in the lives of Vrindavan widows

Sulabh Foundation has appointed teachers to teach English and Hindi to widows.

In another first,Vrindavan widows celebrate Christmas

After the celebration of Holi,Diwali and Durga Puja,the widows of Vrindavan have delved into Christmas celebration,courtesy Sulabh International.

Defying tradition,Vrindavan widows to celebrate Diwali

Earthen pots have been arranged and are being painted by widows themselves for celebrations.

Defying tradition,Vrindavan widows to celebrate Diwali

After celebrating Holi and Durga Puja this year,Vrindavan widows have another reason to cheer.

‘Why should I return home now?’

50-odd widows from Vrindavan are in Bengal — the place that ostracised them decades ago

Sulabh International to felicitate over 200 Vrindavan widows

Further the Company will release a book ‘New Life’ compiled especially on them.