A New Year – a New Hope
December 31, 2020

Starting the New Year off with more motivation and positivity will ensure 2021 is a good year! This past year has brought with it events that many have never seen or imagined they would ever have to live through, especially our elders. Not only did the year bring us the pandemic, it also brought earthquakes, cyclones, hurricanes, bushfires, economic recessions, lockdowns, countless deaths, mass protests, and so much more.The COVID-19 pandemic uprooted assumptions on which societies functioned and profoundly changed daily life.


Our Little Pujo
October 23, 2020
Durga Puja is not just a celebration of festivities, it is about celebrating LIFE. To most non-Bengali’s ‘Durga Puja’ signifies five days of fun and enjoyment. But to majority of Bengali’s, these five days are special, when Maa (Durga) comes home to her maternal home with her children, Laxmi, Sarasvati, Ganesh and Kartik. Every year Bengali’s look forward to celebrating Pujo. Being born and brought up in the Bengali para (in Bengali means a neighbourhood or locality, usually characterised by a strong sense of community)of Delhi, Chittaranjan Park.


Positives Of Coronavirus Lockdowns For Senior Citizens
September 18, 2020
Far away in the distant future, when we start to recount the events of our times, we will find that in the entire history of mankind, there has been no age like the present AGE OF CORONAVIRUS IN THE YEAR 2020. There have been natural calamities like storms, avalanches, hurricanes, tsunamis. There have been diseases like plagues, cholera, SARS etc.
Impact and Challenges faced by elders in time of Covid-19
July 17, 2020

India has the second-largest population in the world with more than 1.34 billion people, making it difficult to control the transmission of Covid-19. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of India has taken various awareness initiatives to sensitize the population about the Do’s and Don’ts and the precautions that need to be taken against Coronavirus.

World Health Day
April 7, 2020

The World Health Organization describes healthcare as a state over all mental, physical and social wellbeing absence of illness or infirmity. The day was first marked on 7th April 1950 by the World Health Organization with a purpose to sensitize people on the importance of health.

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