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At Ashvasan it’s future perfect

Others | Dec 2, 2005

WORLD Elders Day came and went as a feeble reminder that even though India as a whole is getting
younger, senior citizens are growing rapidly in absolute numbers.
Yet others, such as the ever-elegant 77-year-old Lalita Ubhayaker, are busy knitting safety nets for their less fortunate peers. Ashvasan Foundation, set up more than a decade ago, reaches out to the old, the lonely and the sick, through a network of volunteers, themselves able and capable senior citizens with big hearts and ready smiles.

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