‘Ba Ki Rasoi’ Community Kitchen opens up in Gandhi Darshan, Rajghat


Healthy Aging India celebrated Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav in association with Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti (GSDS), at Gandhi Darshan Rajghat on August 28, 2021 as "Inter-generational discourses" where multiple stakeholders ranging from taxi drivers to the dignitaries, 14-year-old Md Faizan to 92-year-old Mr S S Rudra orated about their perception of Azadi. People from multiple walks of life, from various genders and socioeconomic cluster joined this meeting and celebrated 75 years of Azadi.
The primary discussion was about Intergenerational relationship in the context of 75 years and the importance of connecting retired elderly people with children for active and healthy ageing.
Discussion on women empowerment, health security, hunger management and national security in context with the people of Afghanistan also took place.
Professor Deepak Aggarwal from Neurosurgery AIIMS, Dr Sandeep Chatterjee, the honourable Registrar of National Institute of Education Policy, Mr. Pankaj Aggarwal, an esteemed C.A., Swami Atmagyananandaji Maharaj, Vedanti Swami, of Bharat Sevashram Sangha, IGLC educators, Dr. Prasun Chatterjee from AIIMS, Shri Dipanker Shri Gyan, Director GSDS and representative from Inner Wheel participated and blessed the occasion.
Healthy Ageing India also initiated a concept of community kitchen in the name of "Baa Ki Rasoi"in the name of Kasturba Gandhi in Gandhi Darshan to cater socio-economically weaker section by providing with full meals @ Rs.10/-, which has been explained as ‘Dignified Meal’ in various parts of Delhi NCR.