Dewas News: It is said that sons are born by luck and daughters are born by luck. Bagli’s Sisodia family has set an example in the entire state in changing the thinking towards daughters in the society. Banshidhar Sisodia, senior member of Jatashankar Seva Samiti and retired teacher, not only celebrates the birth of his little granddaughter Antisha, but organizes a grand event every year on her daughter’s birthday.
Girl worship with Vedic chanting
On Tuesday night, taking a new initiative on the birthday of little Anisha, father Anand and mother Nisha Sisodia organized Kanya Pujan and Vardhapan program with Vedic chants on a well-equipped stage by inviting the little daughters of the city. The initiative to start government programs with Kanya Pujan was started, but this initiative of the CM is now creating a positive environment in the society.
Appealed to the society not to differentiate between son and daughter
Anshika’s father, Mr. Sisodia told that both son and daughter are priceless, there should be no distinction between God’s creations. This daughter is God’s precious gift to us. It is in this happiness that we started this initiative. He has appealed to the society not to differentiate between son and daughter. Sisodia’s elder son Ashish Sisodia also has a daughter here. And the last one already had 1 daughter. Earlier in the family, such events have been organized on the birth of daughters.
Vedacharya P. Kanishka Dwivedi said that in the Vedas, girls have been described as goddesses. Dwivedi talked about learning from the initiative of the Sisodia family. Dignitaries and many little girls of Bagli Nagar participated in the Kanya Pujan and Vardhapan program.
Somesh Upadhyay’s report from Dewas/Bagli