Orphans of Rishikesh
Building a Home for Children at Ramana’s Garden
Tucked into the foothills of the Himalayas, high on a hill overlooking the River Ganga and sacred pilgrimage city of Rishikesh, is a haven and home for destitute children. Called Ramana’s Garden after an Indian saint and run by a woman named Prabhavati Dwabha, whose life work is the care of abused and abandoned children,this magical home has a stellar school, organic gardens, and programs for playful healing and spiritual growth, all so important to rehabilitate the children who have been victims of tragedy.
There are many children still on the streets with no access to a home, an education or good food and health care. Let’s join together to help Ramana’s Garden build a new dormitory for these children and give them the best chance at a better life.