Temples distribute 6,000 food packets to the needy

Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (HR and CE) department-run temples in Madurai region distributing food to COVID patients, family and caregiver

As India is coping up with second surge of corona virus and facing lockdown amidst the ongoing surge, many volunteers, religious and social organization come to help people in need.


Now the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (HR and CE) department-run temples in Madurai region – comprising temples from Madurai and Virudhunagar districts – are distributing around 6,000 food packets to COVID-19 patients and other needy people.


These food packets are distributed to COVID-19 patients, their caregivers and homeless, who are finding it difficult to get food during the complete lockdown.


Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple distributed 2,000 food packets to the COVID-19 patients and caregivers at Government Rajaji Hospital. The temple authorities also distributed masks and kabasurakudineer to the inmates.


The authorities of Koodal Azhagar Temple distributed 150 food packets to the GRH and 50 packets to the homeless near the temple.


Subramaniaswamy Temple at Tirupparankundram distributed 275 food packets from the temple are distributed to the COVID-19 patients of Government Hospital for Thoracic Medicine at Thoppur.

India Scanner News Network

Leave a comment