Mr Tersam Lal turns 85 this year. This year marks his 26th year as founder and chair of the Divine Onkar Mission. Whilst recovery from a recent knee operation he reflects on his journey so far.
We would like to express our sincere thanks to Mr Patara for his efforts of wingwalk to raise awareness and skydive to raise funds for the abandoned babies project and solar energy panels project for the school and orphanage.
Friday 4th April 2014
Times: Skydive 10-1pm
Talk Talk Telecom Group PLC, sponsored Waterwell and Langar projects and 23 Eye Operations for the villagers in Ramgarh one of India’s poorest areas. They also sponsored the distribution of clothing to the homeless. We would like to thank TalkTalk PLC for their kind support.
We are proud to support Prabhat and Youtopia in their fundraising efforts.
Hindustan Times – Jharkhand dated 10th May 2013
Leprosy patients daughters outshine classmates in metric Ramgarh – Miracles do happen That’s what Pushkar Puram must be thinking these days. A leprosy patient who had to beg in order to make out a living. Pushkar had never thought that his daughters,
The Divine Onkar Mission is proud to announce its collaboration with Prabhat [the emergence of a new dawn] a US-based charity, founded in 2010.
Prabhat is focused on changing the lives of poor and underprivileged children by providing education to them, both in India and the US.
DOM and Prabhat
Mr Tersam Lal celebrates his 80th birthday this September. To mark the event this fundraising page. Money raised will help open ‘model’ villages for people with Leprosy. This project will build economically self sufficient and independent villages for people will leprosy.
To mark its twentieth anniversary this year, DOM has partnered with Social Workers, Counsellors and Neuro-linguistic Practitioners to offer a free 1 -day ‘ YOUTH DESTINIES’ – Leadership & Global Citizenship Workshop on Sunday 17th July 2011 in Wolverhampton