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Repay one�s debt to parents when they are alive: Dr Malini

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SIVASAGAR, May 12 - Dr Malini, retired scientist, NE Science &Technology Institute and a renowned authority on Ramayana Studies while addressing a meeting on the occasion of Mother�s Day at Oikya conference hall at Sivasagar and organised by the Oikya Women�s Forum said that we are all indebted to our parents and we just cannot repay them in full measure in our life time. �But if we want to repay them, we must do so when they are alive.�

She also said that though it is great to have a child of one�s own, but there are people who do not have them like Mother Teresa. But the Mother adopted thousands of children as her own after she came to India in 1928 during the Bengal famine. Dr Malini said that every mother can be one�s friend, caretaker, protector and an inexhaustible source of inspiration and love.

Monica Saikia, social activist, who inaugurated the meeting said that mother worship is inherent in Indian culture and we need not learn it from the West. She said that the stark reality is that many among the new generation leave their mothers at the wayside Old Age Home or even on the streets helpless, unprotected and unattended while attending Mother�s Day observation meetings. The meeting, compered by Meghali Hazarika, was also addressed by Jantumoni Saikia, Sarat Hazarika and Inamul Hazarika.

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Repay one�s debt to parents when they are alive: Dr Malini

SIVASAGAR, May 12 - Dr Malini, retired scientist, NE Science &Technology Institute and a renowned authority on Ramayana Studies while addressing a meeting on the occasion of Mother�s Day at Oikya conference hall at Sivasagar and organised by the Oikya Women�s Forum said that we are all indebted to our parents and we just cannot repay them in full measure in our life time. �But if we want to repay them, we must do so when they are alive.�

She also said that though it is great to have a child of one�s own, but there are people who do not have them like Mother Teresa. But the Mother adopted thousands of children as her own after she came to India in 1928 during the Bengal famine. Dr Malini said that every mother can be one�s friend, caretaker, protector and an inexhaustible source of inspiration and love.

Monica Saikia, social activist, who inaugurated the meeting said that mother worship is inherent in Indian culture and we need not learn it from the West. She said that the stark reality is that many among the new generation leave their mothers at the wayside Old Age Home or even on the streets helpless, unprotected and unattended while attending Mother�s Day observation meetings. The meeting, compered by Meghali Hazarika, was also addressed by Jantumoni Saikia, Sarat Hazarika and Inamul Hazarika.