9 years ago!
Since November 2013 with this article from Rajasthan Patrika, we have worked under the employment contract, as non-salaried volunteers, with the NGOs Gandhi Manav Kalyan Society (GMKS), Voice Of Universal Education Society (VOUES) and Sylphi Foundation all three of Udaipur in Rajasthan. And for two years now Sylphi Foundation Nepal in Kathmandu has always been in the same perspective but with more projects and a better team.
Fed up with Europe's fast-paced lifestyle, a retired couple from France decided to make Udaipur their abode and settled down here. He made a basera in Udaipur 6 months ago and remarried here by Hindu method. accepted Hinduism. Now their aim is to go to temple regularly and live life according to the Indian way. In the market of Udaipur, this husband and wife become the center of attraction of the people, when the woman is seen with vermilion on the forehead, nettles on the feet and other signs of marriage. Both husband and wife have Rudraksha beads around their neck and do not forget to greet everyone. Their livelihood runs on pension and together they are doing social service by teaching French language here. Both are teachers by profession.