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This Holi,

celebrate with us by honoring the widows of Vrindavan.

Your generous gift to the widows of Vrindavan shows them you care, and gives them the opportunity to share in the celebrations of Holi. 


Celebrate Holi with the Widows of Vrindavan

 give a gift of a beautiful sari and chadar shawl gift box to make your celebrations auspicious and blessed.

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Help us gift these beautiful sari sets to the 300 widowed women in our care.

By helping us provide sari sets to the 300 widows in our care, you're helping us empower and make a difference in the lives of women who have no one else to turn to in life.

Help us bring joy to the women who need it most. 

About Us

Radha Seva is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering widows and the local people of Vrindavan to preserve its sacred land and uplift its communities. 

Together we will ensure a beautiful Vrindavan.

Since RadhaSeva was founded in 2010, we were on a mission to restore beautiful Govardhan and protect and empower widows and the local Brajavasis who reside there. Together we take on services that matter, empowering the people and preserving their sacred home. 

We have the vision to see every widow in Vrindavan cared for and empowered and every sacred place maintained. But we also have a vision for the future, and so, with your help, we're making an impact that can last for many generations to come.

We believe that together we are an empowered community, and can protect sacred Vrindavan.  


In honor or memory of a loved one, celebrating a special event, or as a gesture of kindness, sponsoring a widows feast brings celebration to widows.

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  • $500 provides for 200 widows

  • $750 provides for 350 widows


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Padma Inc. A USA 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit. Tax-Exempt EIN 561969986 RadhaSeva is a dual-qualified charity in USA and India with Padma Charitable Trust. RadhaSeva is wholly owned by Padma Inc. 

This service is dedicated to and in honor of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada and his International Society for Krishna Consciousness

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