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RadhaSeva Widow of Vrindavan at Kusum Sarovar

Vrindavan, India, is one of the most renowned holy places in the world. It is home to 20,000 of India's most vulnerable women who lack their most basic human rights, The Widows of Vrindavan - and its sacred land is diminishing under excess trash and unsustainable modernization.

We're on a mission to change that.

We've set out to empower an incredible team of Vrindavan's widows and local residents (Brajavasis) striving to protect, preserve, and uplift their sacred home and communities. 

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250 Widowed Women
provided meals, services, and security daily

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1 Million
meals provided to local Brajavasis in need

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800,000 lbs  
of trash removed from sacred spaces as fair wage community efforts

Together, we can protect & uplift Vrindavan's land and people.

Here's how you can take action today:

Meet our widows who need your sponsorship.

We empower and employ widowed women of Vrindavan to make a difference in their communities. By sponsoring one of our widowed women and her needs, you also sponsor her efforts to protect sacred temples and waterways, feed women and children, and uplift her community.

RadhaSeva Widow of Vrindavan Widow Sponsorship
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RadhaSeva Widow of Vrindavan Widow Sponsorship
RadhaSeva Widow of Vrindavan Widow Sponsorship

Become a monthly sponsor to a widowed woman in need.


Vrindavan's widows are women without a family or community to support them. Coming from small rural villages, most widows cannot read or write beyond their names, struggle to find even the most modest means of employment, and resort to begging in Vrindavan's streets for their livelihood. 

Sponsoring a widow ensures her employment to provide meals for other widows and local people in need and preserve and maintain Vrindavan's sacred spaces. It offers her housing and medical care and, most importantly, gives her family, community, and purpose once again.

RadhaSeva Widow of Vrindavan Widowed Woman in India

Help Us Restore Sakhi Kunda

Sakhi Kunda is a Secret Gem of Govardhan, Vrindavan

This Kartik season, we need your help to restore this sacred bathing pool, the pastime place of the gopis (the cowherd maidens) of Vrindavan, so that it can be treasured for many generations to come.

Sakhi Kunda is one of the most sacred bathing pools in Govardhan. It's here where the gopis picked flowers for Radha & Krishna, and where Uddhava shared stories of Krishna in Dwarka.




Radharani - The Queen of Vrindavan

Radharani is a prominent figure in the Vaishnava tradition and is considered to be the Divine Feminine and the eternal consort of  the supreme personality Lord Krishna. Radharani is considered to be the embodiment of divine love and devotion and is revered as the most important of all of Lord Krishna's devotees. She is known for her beauty, grace, and her unwavering devotion to Krishna. She is also known as the Queen of Vrindavan, the land of Krishna's childhood.

Supporting the widows of Vrindavan is considered to be an act of service or seva , as it is believed to be a way of serving Radharani (Radha) herself. Radharani is often seen as a compassionate and loving mother figure who cares for all beings, and especially for those who are in need in her beloved home, Vrindavan dham.

So we gratefully invite you to help us with our Radha Seva to the widows of Vrindavan.
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