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Weekly Distribution of Buttermilk Continues at Hyderabad

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Team SSM Hyderabad began another round of buttermilk distribution on Saturday, the 14th of May 2022 on the premises of a temple at West Marredpally. This time the buttermilk was lovingly churned out by an all-women's team of family members spanning three generations: a mother, her two daughters, and her granddaughter!  They first offered the buttermilk to the flower sellers and those seated at the entrance to the temple seeking kind benefactors. They then poured out the buttermilk to the devout who had turned up at the temple. About 80 people quenched their parched throats with the perfectly combined mix of fresh curd, mild spices, and cooled water.  They expressed their gratitude to the team members with wide smiles of relief.   To participate in such seasonal sevas , click https://satsangsevamission.org/contribute .

Team SSM Coimbatore Offers Annadaanam at Eera Nenjam Old Age Home

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Eera Nenjam Old Age Home located at RS Puram, Coimbatore provides shelter to senior citizens who have been abandoned by their families. Team SSM Coimbatore has been associated with this home since the past two years and regularly provides dry rations, medicines, and cooked meals.     The team members visited the home on 7th May 2022  and offered annadaanam seva to the 85 inmates who are presently housed there.     They served a traditional lunch consisting of rice, sambar , puli kuzhambu , kootu , vegetable curry, rasam , buttermilk, papads , and payasam .      The inmates were filled with happiness as they blessed the team members for sharing a fulfilling meal and spending precious moments with them. To experience the joy of giving, click https://satsangsevamission.org/contribute .

SSM Hyderabad Offers Buttermilk to Thirsty Wayfarers

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Team SSM Hyderabad set out to distribute buttermilk on the hot, dry day of May 7, 2022 to around 150 thirsty passersby at West Marredpally, Secunderabad and Gachibowli, Hyderabad.     The team members providentially found suitable places for their buttermilk stands: one on the premises of  a temple, and the other in an empty food stall on a busy road. The cool, minty, and refreshing buttermilk was poured out to the weary folk who drank it with apparent relish and sighed with relief as they took this soothing break. Happy smiles and cheery byes followed, before these travellers walked out into the blazing sun again,  albeit with a more energetic stride.  To participate in such seasonal sevas , click https://satsangsevamission.org/contribute .