Mukesh Am­bani hosts ‘Anna Seva’ be­fore daugh­ter’s wed­ding

The Hitavada - - HOME & ABROAD -

AHEAD of his daugh­ter’s wed­ding, rich­est In­dian Mukesh Am­bani along with his fam­ily on Fri­day com­menced a spe­cial ‘Anna Seva’ to feed 5,100 peo­ple, the ma­jor­ity of them with spe­cial abil­i­ties, over three days.

The ‘Anna Seva’ is be­ing or­gan­ised at Udaipur, the city which will host pre-wed­ding func­tions of Isha Am­bani and Anand Pi­ra­mal on De­cem­ber 8 and 9. “As a mark of re­spect and grat­i­tude to the city of Udaipur, and to seek their bless­ings for the up­com­ing wed­ding of their daugh­ter, the fam­ily has com­menced a spe­cial ‘Anna Seva’ - tak­ing up the aus­pi­cious task of feed­ing 5,100 peo­ple (ma­jor­ity of them with spe­cial abil­i­ties) three times ev­ery­day from De­cem­ber 7-10, to co­in­cide with the prewed­ding func­tions,” a state­ment by fam­ily rep­re­sen­ta­tive said.

Be­sides, Mukesh and his wife Nita, Anand’s par­ents Ajay and Swati Pi­ra­mal and the soon-to-be­wed­ded cou­ple were present at this ‘Anna Seva’ func­tion, serv­ing peo­ple and in­ter­act­ing with them.

“The Anna Seva func­tions will con­tinue for four days and will be per­formed three times a day at the Narayan Seva Sansthan, Udaipur,” it said.

In ad­di­tion, the pre-wed­ding fes­tiv­i­ties will also see the set­ting up of a spe­cially cu­rated ex­hibit called the Swadesh Bazaar that will show­case 108 tra­di­tional In­dian Crafts and art forms from all dif­fer­ent re­gions of the coun­try for the na­tional and in­ter­na­tional guests.

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