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International Day of Persons with Disabilities aims to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities. It also seeks to increase awareness of gains to be derived from the integration of persons with disabilities in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life.

On this day, CFSI organised screening of film HUM BHI KUCH KAM NAHI in association with various NGOs at multiple locations for the infotainment of children, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

  1. AMYAA NGO, Lower Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh.
  2. Shelter Don Bosco, Nashik, Maharashtra.
  3. Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad, Ambikapur, Chhattisgarh.
  4. MSSVP Bal Grih Koriya, Koriya, Chhattisgarh.
  5. Chhattisgarh Rajya Bal Kalyan Parishad, Raipur, Chhattisgarh.
  6. Madarsa Yateem Khana, Durg, Chhattisgarh.
  7. Snehalaya, Guwahati, Assam.
  8. Government Observation Home, Ludhiana, Punjab.
  9. Shri Balaji Prem Ashram & Nikhil Vidyalaya, Ludhiana, Punjab.
  10. Shri Ananth Anath Ashram, Bathinda, Punjab.
  11. Anvita Specialized Girls & Women Home, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
  12. Children’s Home for Boys, Gurdaspur, Punjab.
  13. Desire Society, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  14. Rakshana Charitable Trust, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  15. SOS Children’s Village, Puducherry
  16. SOS Children’s Village, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.

Synopsis of film of HUM BHI KUCH KAM NAHI

An institution for the handicapped is run on land belonging to a rich, but disinterested landlord. The landlord has two sons. The older Ramu is arrogant while the younger one is lame. After Ramu is defeated in a football match by a crippled inmate Ravi, he takes revenge by evicting the institution inmates from their property. To add to his woes, the homeless Ravi is kidnapped by gangsters who want to use him as a beggar. With nothing going his way, can Ravi save himself? Will the rich landlord see the error of his ways and reinstate the institution? As Ravi proves, some people may be disabled, but they are no less than others.

Constitution Day also known as ‘Samvidhan Diwas’ is celebrated in our country on 26th November every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India & to promote Constitutional values among citizens.

On this day, CFSI organised screening of film TSUNAMI 81 in association with various NGOs at multiple locations for the infotainment of children, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

  1. Government Balika Grah, Jaipur, Rajasthan
  2. Shri Anant Anath Ashram, Bhatinda, Punjab.
  3. Rajkiya Kishore Grah, Bhilwara, Rajasthan.
  4. Children’s Home for Boys, Gurdaspur, Punjab.
  5. Government Observation Home, Churu, Rajasthan.
  6. PASS Manovikas Home for MR Children, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.
  7. Jeevodaya, Hyderabad, Telangana.
  8. Rukmini Lath Bal Niketan, Sambalpur, Odisha.
  9. AMYAA NGO, Lower Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh.
  10. Snehalaya, Centre for Child Rights (Boys), Guwahati, Assam.

Synopsis of film TSUNAMI 81:

During the 2004 tsunami a five year old kid in Nagapattinam in Andhra Pradesh is left an orphan. A young adult Rajan also finds himself an orphan after his parents die. Fate brings the two together in a new place and they not only become family to each other but become part of a larger family as strangers come forward to help those in need. It is only in times of the greatest calamity that the greatest acts of humanity surfaces.

World Children’s Day was first established in 1954 as Universal Children’s Day and is celebrated on 20 November each year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children’s welfare.

On this day, CFSI organised screening of film BAL SHIVAJI in association with various NGOs at multiple locations for the infotainment of children, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

  1. Rakshana Charitable Trust, Bangalore, Karnataka
  2. Udavum Karangal, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
  3. Laalana Welfare Organisation, Hyderabad, Telangana.
  4. Child Haven, Hyderabad, Telangana.
  5. Families for Children (Girls), Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.
  6. Families for Children (Toddlers), Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
  7. Desire Society, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  8. Rajkiya Kishor Grah, Bhilwara, Rajasthan.
  9. Children Home for Boys, Gurdaspur, Punjab.
  10. Shri Balaji Prem Ashram & Nikhil Vidyalaya, Ludhiana, Punjab.
  11. Government Children Home, Udaipur, Rajasthan
  12. Heavenly Angels Children Home, Ludhiana, Punjab.
  13. Government Observation Home, Churu, Rajasthan.
  14. Shelter Don Bosco, Nashik, Maharashtra.
  15. Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre, Dibrugarh, Assam.
  16. Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad, Surguja, Chhattisgarh.
  17. Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad, Koriya, Chhattisgarh.
  18. Nilachal Children’s Home, Raigarh, Chhattisgarh.

Synopsis of film BAL SHIVAJI:

The legendary Maratha king Chatrapati Shivaji, famous for his valour and brave exploits, had become a great leader when he was still in his teens. This biographical film depicts how he commanded his own army by the age of 16 and outwitted and defeated veteran warriors like Adil Shah who caused grave injustice to the people.

Children’s Day is celebrated to raise awareness among people towards the rights, care, and education of children. It is celebrated on November 14th as a tribute to India’s First Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru.

Pursuing CFSI’s motto ‘Promoting Every Child’s Right to Entertainment’, CFSI organised screening of film KARAMATI COAT in association with various NGOs at multiple locations for the infotainment of children, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

  1. SOS Children’s Village, Thrissur, Kerala.
  2. SOS Children’s Village, Vishakapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.
  3. Friendship Children’s Home, Voice Trust, Trichy, Tamil Nadu.
  4. King Kid’s Home, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.
  5. Rakshana Charitable Trust, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  6. Desire Society, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  7. Don Bosco Rehabilitation Centre, Hyderabad, Telangana.
  8. Don Bosco Navaajeevan, Secunderabad, Telangana.
  9. Anaadha Vidyarthi Griha, Hyderabad, Telangana.
  10. Avantika Specialised Home, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
  11. Bal Vihar Orphanage, New Delhi, NCT of Delhi.
  12. Government Observation Home, Ludhiana, Punjab.
  13. Superintendent Children Home, Bathinda, Punjab.
  14. Chhattisgarh Rajya Bal Kalyan Parisad, Raipur, Chhattisgarh.
  15. SUPPORT, Mumbai, Maharashtra.
  16. Observation Home, Motihari, Bihar.

Synopsis of film KARAMATI COAT

Raju is a poor rag picker. One day a magical stranger gifts him a red coat. Raju discovers that whenever he puts his hand in the coat’s pocket, a rupee appears. He and his friends have a good time with this endless supply of one rupee coins. A gang of three and his own brother-in-law discover the secret of the coat and try to steal it. Raju tries hard to protect both himself and his magical coat, even as he realizes an important lesson that easy money comes with its own problems and cannot be enjoyed for long.

On Ayurveda Day 2020, to promote and preserve the health science of Ayurveda and to create awareness on ancient medicines. On this day, CFSI organised screening of film BHAGO BHOOT in association with various NGOs at multiple locations for the infotainment of children, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

  1. SoS Children’s Village, Cochin, Kerala.
  2. Akshaya Kshetram (Girls), Home for MR Children, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.
  3. Akshaya Kshetram (Boys), Home for MR Children, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.
  4. Mother India, Hyderabad, Telangan.
  5. Deep Ashram, Gurugram, Haryana.
  6. Samarpan Home for Boys, Delhi, NCT of Delhi.
  7. Rajkiya Kishore Grah, Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
  8. Madarsa Ashrafia Yateemkhana, Durg, Chhattisgarh.
  9. Adruta Children Home for Girls, Khordha, Odisha.
  10. Amyaa – Alombro Mayu Yaku Chi Amey Aroga, Lower Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh.

Synopsis of film of BHAGO BHOOT

Nanu is unruffled by rumours of a ghost in the forest near his village. He leads his classmates on an expedition to see the ghost. When strange noises emanate from the forest the kids run away. Nanu tries to climb a tree to wait for the ghost, but falls down.

When he awakens, he finds a strange looking man standing above him- Bhago, a social recluse who takes a promise from Nanu not to reveal his identity. Once Bhago saves three people in the forest, but Nanu is credited for the same. Nanu is in a dilemma whether to accept it or to reveal the truth by breaking his promise to his best friend?

National Education Day is celebrated across the country, every year on November 11, to commemorate the birth anniversary of India’s First Education Minister Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.

On this day, CFSI organised screening of film KABHI PASS KABHI FAIL in association with various NGOs at multiple locations for the infotainment of children, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

  1. Narayan Chandra Trust, Palghar, Maharashtra
  2. Snehalay Don Bosco, Guwahati, Assam
  3. Rakshana Charitable Trust, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  4. Desire Society, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  5. Children’s Haven, Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu.
  6. Children’s Home of Hope, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
  7. Deep Ashram, Gurugram, Haryana.
  8. Shri Anant Anath Ashram, Bathinda, Punjab.
  9. Government Observation Home, Faridkot, Punjab.
  10. Bal Vihar Orphanage, Dehil, NCT of Delhi.

Synopsis of film KABHI PASS KABHI FAIL

Eight year old Robin has an extraordinary way with numbers. He uses his gift for calculation to help his village folks. His happy world is shattered when his uncle Joe and aunt Sheila, a sly couple aware of his mathematical genius, convince his innocent parents to send him to town for better education. The couple exploit him with live, ticketed shows where Robin solves complex mathematical problems. Despite his fame, Robin longs to go back to the simple life of his village.

World Science Day for Peace and Development is an international day that highlights the important role that science has in society and is celebrated each year on November 10.

On this day, CFSI organised screening of film DHOOMKETU in association with various NGOs at multiple locations for the infotainment of children, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

  1. Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre, Dibrugarh, Assam (NE Region)
  2. Shri Balaji Prem Ashram & Nikhil Vidyalaya, Ludhiana, Punjab.
  3. Government Observation Home, Ajmer, Rajasthan.
  4. Rajkiya Kishor Grah, Bhilwara, Rajasthan.
  5. Deep Ashram, Gurugram, Haryana.
  6. Rakshana Charitable Trust, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  7. Desire Society, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  8. SOS Children’s Village, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  9. Shelter Don Bosco, Mumbai, Maharashtra.

Synopsis of film DHOOMKETU

Kailash Dutta, an amateur astronomer loves studying comets. His passion is shared by his kids Bittu and Jhumki. After Kailash discovers a comet on a collision course with earth, it sends alarm bells ringing across the governments of the world. While his wife, a superstitious woman, tries to counter the disaster through a pilgrimage, Kailash collaborates with global scientists to avert the disaster. When a neighbouring gang takes an evil interest in thwarting Kailash’s research, it is up to his kids to foil their attempts and by helping their father do his work, save the world.

CFSI screened film BHARAT DARSHAN on ‘Rashtriya Ekta Diwas’ on 31st October 2020, Birth Anniversary of India’s Iron Man, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel at multiple locations for the infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.
  1. Shri Anant Anath Ashram, Bathinda, Punjab
  2. Rakshana Charitable Trust, Bangalore, Karnataka
  3. Anaadha Vidyarti Griha, Hyderabad, Telangana
  4. Government Balika Grah, Jaipur, Rajasthan
  5. Rajkiya Kishor Grah, Bhilwara, Rajasthan
  6. Anvita Specialized Girls & Women Home, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
  7. Don Bosco Navajeevan, Secunderabad, Telangana
  8. Don Bosco Navajeevan, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad, Telangana
  9. Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre, Dibrugarh, Assam
  10. Unnayak Sewa Samiti, Raigarh, Chhattisgarh
  11. Nilachal Children’s Home, Raigarh, Chhattisgarh
  12. Navjeevan Children’s Home, Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh
  13. Observation Home, Motihari, Bihar
  14. Child Haven International, Hyderabad, Telangana
  15. Snehalaya Don Bosco House of Love, Guwahati, Assam

Synopsis of film BHARAT DARSHAN 

One of the most influential men of Indian Cinema who wrote such hits as Awara and Shri 420 for Raj Kapoor and introduced Amitabh Bachchan, K A Abbas, takes 32 kids from different parts of the country on a national tour. They travel from Srinagar in North India to the nation’s Southern-most tip – Kanyakumari. The kids see and experience few glimpses of this vast nation and its people. The kids thus get to see the unity in diversity of India, its people and its children.

On the occasion of ‘World Mental Health Day’ & ‘National Post Day’ on 10th October 2020, CFSI, Delhi screened films HALO and WRONG MAURITIUS for infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

  1. Shri Balaji Prem Ashram & Nikhil Vidyalay, Ludhiana, Punjab
  2. Udyan Ghar for Girls, Gurugram, Haryana.
  3. Arushi Girls Children Home Salaam Baalak Trust, Gurugram, Haryana.
  4. The Shelter Progeto India, Gurugram, Haryana.
  5. Bal Vihar Children Home, Delhi.
  6. Deep Ashram Gurugram, Haryana.
World Mental Health Day is observed on 10 October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health.

On the occasion of ‘World Mental Health Day’ on 10th October 2020, CFSI’s film HALO ‘Best Children’s Film’ awarded in 43rd  National Film Award was screened at multiple locations for the infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

CFSI film ‘The Story of Kachrapur’ made by Little Director on ‘Cleanliness’ was also screened before screening of film ‘Halo’.

  1. DESIRE Society, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  2. Manithaneyam Home, Theni, Tamil Nadu.
  3. Aadarana Trust, Hyderabad, Telangana.
  4. Udayan Care, Delhi, Gurugram & Faridabad.
  5. Laalana Welfare Organization, Hyderabad, Telangana.
  6. Rakshana Charitable Trust, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  7. Unnayak Sewa Samiti, Raigarh, Chattisgarh
  8. Love Care Center, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu
  9. Child Haven International, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu
  10. Jeevodaya, Hyderabad, Telangana.

Synopsis of film HALO –

The loneliness in a motherless Sasha’s life is filled by her puppy, Halo. When Halo gets lost, Sasha has only one thought on her mind – to find him at any cost. This seven year old girl’s search for her puppy in the byzantine streets of Mumbai turns into Alice’s ride down the rabbit-hole as she encounters one idiosyncratic person after another. Does Sasha find her little puppy? Helmed by breath-taking visuals, Halo is celebrated cinematographer and director Santosh Sivan’s debut feature that is a fun and entertaining watch for everyone.

National Post Day is celebrated in India on 10th October every year. The day is observed to acknowledge the role played by the Indian Postal department for their selfless services in the country. National Post Day is celebrated as an extension of World Post Day, which is celebrated on 9 October.

On the occasion of ‘National Post Day’ on 10th October 2020, CFSI  film WRONG MAURITIUS was screened at multiple locations for the infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

CFSI film ‘The Story of Kachrapur’ made by Little Director on ‘Cleanliness’ was also screened before screening of film ‘Wrong Mauritius’

  1. Rajkiya Shishu Grah in Jaipur, Rajasthan
  2. Madarsa Ashrafia Yateemkhana, Durg, Chattisgarh
  3. Government Observation Home for Children (Boys), Bhilwara, Rajasthan
  4. Navjeevan Children’s Home, Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh.

Synopsis of film WRONG MAUTIRIUS –


A young boy Bipin, along with his friend Viju and Mona chance upon a book in a second hand book stall that contains a very rare stamp called Wrong Mauritius. On their way back home, a sinister looking man follows the trio. He bumps into Bipin and the book they have just bought falls down. Later they realize that the stamp is missing. Who was the goon and why was he after the stamp? With the help of philatelist Ramu and inspector Dravid, the three friends discover the secret of the stamp and the men trying to steal it.

Children’s Film Society, India organised a weeklong Mahatma Gandhi Film Festival from 26th September to 2nd October, 2020 to conclude sesquicentennial of Mahatma Gandhi.

To mark the culmination of 2-years long commemoration of 150th  Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, CFSI in association with other media units conducted online shows of CFSI’s films based  on Gandhiji’s  principles on various platforms as follows –

Films Division – Gandhi Filmotsav (26th Sept – 2nd Oct 2020)

In Association with Films Division, CFSI films BAPU NE KAHA THA & ABHI KAL HI KI BAAT HAI were streamed alongwith Films Division’s documentaries during Films Division organised – GANDHI FILMOTSAV – a weeklong film festival on Mahatma Gandhi conducted from 26th Sept to 2nd Oct, 2020.

I have also seen children successfully surmounting the effects of an evil inheritance. That is due to purity being an inherent attribute of the soul.                                                                                                     –  Mahatma Gandhi

NFDC’s OTT platform – Cinemas of India (30th  Sept. – 5th  Oct. 2020)

For intense reached, CFSI associated with NFDC for online streaming of its films – BAPU NE KAHA THA & ABHI KAL HI KI BAAT on NFDC’s OTT www.cinemasofindia.com during “150th Years of Celebrating Mahatma Gandhi” from 30th Sept. to 5th Oct. 2020.

Nehru Science Centre (28th Sept 2020)

CFSI film BAPU NE KAHA THA streamed live on 28th Sept by Nehru Science Centre on social media platform – Facebook & Youtube

Mahatma Gandhi Film Festival (26th Sept – 2nd Oct 2020)

On CFSI Website www.cfsindia.org

CFSI films BAPU NE KAHA THA & ABHI KAL HI KI BAAT HAI were streamed on CFSI website during CFSI organized – MAHATMA GANDHI FILM FESTIVAL from 26th Sept to 2nd Oct, 2020.

The law of love could be best understood and learned through little children.                                                                                   –   Mahatma Gandhi                  

Online shows in association with NGOs

To inculcate values and principles of Mahatma Gandhi, online shows were organised in association with NGOs pan India of CFSI’s films namely BAPU NE KAHA THA & ABHI KAL KI BAAT HAI alongwith NFDC’s film GANDHI.

Total 64 shows, enjoyed by 2827 child audience were conducted in multiple cities in association with NGOs listed below-

The Mellow Foundation, Delhi
2. Nari Niketan Trust, Jalandhar, Punjab
3. State After Care Home, Punjab
4. Children Home for Boys Gurdaspur, Punjab.
5. Observation Home, Ludhiana, Punjab.
6. Bal Sambhal Organization, Jaipur
7. SoS Children’s Village, Bengaluru, Karnataka.
8. Rural Educational and Agricultural Labour Society, Tirupati -Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.
9. Madarsa Ashrafia Yateemkhana, District Durg, Chhattisgarh
10. Children Home for Boys Gurdaspur, Punjab.
11. Anvita Specialized Girl Child Home Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
12. Shree Bala Ji Prem Ashram & Nikhil Vidyalaya, Ludhiana, Punjab.
13. SoS Children’s Village, Cochin, Kerala.
14. Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad, Surguja, Chattisgarh
15. Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad Bal Grih, Koria, Chattisgarh
16. Unnayak Sewa Samiti, Raigarh, Chattisgarh.
17. Snehalaya, Guwahati, Assam.

18. Government Boy’s Home Kalyanpur Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.
19. Urban Residential Hostel for Girls (Orphan Home), Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.
20. Prarambh Foundation, Barmer, Rajasthan.
21. Superintendent Children Home for Boys, Bathinda, Punjab.
22. Anant Anath Ashram Nathana, Bathinda, Punjab.


23. Sushil Balak Grih, District Janjgir Champa, Chattisgarh.
24. SoS Children’s Village, Bengaluru, Karnataka. .
25. Children Home for Boy’s Gurdaspur, Punjab.
26. Shree Chakradhar Balika Griha, Raigarh, Chattisgarh.
27. Basundhara, Cuttack, Odisha.
28. Government Observation Home Alwar, Rajasthan.
29. Jeevodaya, Hyderabad, Telangana.
30. Nari Niketan Trust, Jalandhar, Punjab.
31. Rakshana Charitable Trust, Bengaluru, Karnataka.
32. Bal Vihar Orphanage, Delhi.
33. Samarpit-Centre For Poverty Alleviation And Social Research, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh.
34. Srijan Samajik Sanstha, Rajnandgaon, Chattisgarh.
35.Shelter Don Bosco, Mumbai, Maharashtra.
36. Narayanchandra Trust, District Palghar, Maharashtra.
37. Rays-Aasha Ki Ek Kiran, Jaipur, Rajasthan 38. SoS Children’s Village, Guwahati, Assam.
39. Arya Anathalaya, Delhi.
40. Youth Home, SoS Children’s Village, Bengaluru, Karnataka.
41. Sevalaya, Thiruvallur, Tamil Nadu.
42. DESIRE Society, Bengaluru, Karnataka.
43. SoS Children’s Village, Thrissur, Kerala
44. Rajkiya Bal Girh, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

If we wish to create a lasting peace we must begin with the children.                                                                                    –  Mahatma Gandhi

Arya Anathalaya, Delhi.
Arya Anathalaya, Delhi.
Anvita Specialized Girl Child Home Varanasi, U.P.
Arya Anathalaya, Delhi.
Bal Sambhal Organization, Jaipur
Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad, Koria, Chattisgarh
Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad, Surguja, Chattisgarh
SoS Children’s Village, Cochin, Kerala
SoS Children’s Village, Cochin, Kerala
Shree Chakradhar Balika Griha, Raigarh, Chattisgarh
Nari Niketan Trust, Jalandhar, Punjab
Shree Chakradhar Balika Griha, Raigarh, Chattisgarh
Shree Bala Ji Prem Ashram & Nikhil Vidyalaya, Ludhiana, Punjab
Shree Bala Ji Prem Ashram & Nikhil Vidyalaya, Ludhiana, Punjab
Rural Educational and Agricultural Labour Society, Tirupati, A.P.
Sushil Balak Grih, District Janjgir Champa, Chattisgarh
Youth Home, SoS Children’s Village, Bengaluru, Karnataka
Basundhara, Cuttack, Odisha
DESIRE Society, Bengaluru, Karnataka
Narayanchandra Trust, District Palghar, Maharashtra
Unnayak Sewa Samiti, Raigarh, Chattisgarh
SoS Children’s Village, Guwahati, Assam
SoS Children’s Village, Thrissur, Kerala
Samarpit-Centre For Poverty Alleviation And Social Research, Bilaspur, Chattisgarh
Sevalaya, Thiruvallur, Tamil Nadu
Children Home for Boy’s Gurdaspur, Punjab
Jeevodaya, Hyderabad, Telangana
Rajkiya Bal Girh, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh