Non-profit offers shower trailer for homeless
By: Natay Holmes
Posted at 5:12 PM, Jul 06, 2020
San Diego (KGTV)- Hygiene continues to be a struggle for those living on the streets, especially during the pandemic. Non-profit Duwara Consciousness is helping the homeless gain access to a hot shower.
The non-profit uses its food trailer to feed the homeless. On average, they provide about 1,500 meals per week.
"Our distribution network currently runs as far as San Ysidro and as far north as Carlsbad," says Harisimran Khalsa.
But as we continue to experience the COVID-19 pandemic, Khalsa says access to a hot shower was limited for those in need. This prompted her and partner, Davinder Singh, to move forward with their idea of a shower trailer.
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Have you heard about how people used to get married with like a chaddar ceremony, where the groom would put a chadar on the brides head and that would mean they are married. Then there was stuff like marrying doing phere around a tree, i'v even heard how there was a ceremony where couple would do phere around a goat!
I think NRIs probably started the trend of anyone can do anand karaj, and then it started in India too.