Visits to the SAC hostels provide a window into the lives of the children being supported. Presented here are a few trip reports by Donors who have visited SAC hostels in various regions of India, providing a firsthand account of the schools, accommodation and daily routine of the children.

Visiting Bharatiya Jan Seva Hostel Tantiawas

We reached this SAC supported hostel after passing the whole Jaipur, going towards Bikaner. The car took sudden left turn and drive about 10 Km, it was pleasant winter evening and this remote village was quiet. We were expecting this boys hostel with local area...

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Visiting SAC North-East Hostels

By Renu Gupta North East of Bharat has seven jewel states, Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland , Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura. Some people add Sikkim state also to this jewel of Bharat. North East of Bharat covers 8% of the total land and 3.8% of total...

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Visiting Shri Shakti Peeth Jamdoli

Shri Shakti Peeth - The Unique SAC Hostel We visited a very unique “Shree Shakti Peeth” supported by SAC facility. Should Icall it Ashram, home, hostel or combination of all? This hostel is located in a small village called Jaam Doli , 10 km away from Jaipur on route...

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Visiting SAC hostel Maharishi Vaalmiki Sewa Sansthaan

महर्षि वाल्मीकि सेवा संस्थान नौगढ़ उ प्र During our visit to Varanasi, the most ancient and most historical and spiritual city in the world, we wanted to visit local SAC hostel. Shri Radhey Shaym Dwevedi ji , one of the sewa pramukh of VHP arranged our trip. We drove...

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Visiting SAC Hostel in Goa

मातृ छाया ट्रस्ट गोवा We had the opportunity to Goa in January 2015 to attend our friend’s daughter’s wedding. It was exciting to enjoy Goa’s beach and experience very differed culture. I saw SAC hostels’ list and discovered that...

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Visiting SAC Hostel in Kerala

कोच्चि होस्टल (केरल) भाषा से परे एक अनुभव This February 2017 we were thrilled to tour Kerala, the land of tea gardens, natural beauty and beaches, the birth place of Aadi Shankaracharya and the land discovered by Rishi Parshuram ji. We had the opportunity to visit a...

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