wish i had lot money so i can help each and evry child love you kids see you again in this year hpefully
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We arrived outside of visiting hours but we're still welcomed in. The nun that took us on a walk around was lovely and extremely grateful for our visit and the goods we brought from the uk. The children were mainly asleep during our visit but the ones that were awake seemed very happy. The grounds were lovely and the rooms... More
This is not an attraction. Is a place you go and donate because you want to support the work of the missionaries. When I went, there were absolutely no turists. By the way, no pre-booking needed, just drop by. The kids (also adults) sleep between 12:00 and 15:30. So, if you want some interaction, then drop by before or after... More
When people come to Agra people visit Taj & Fort and at most Mehtab Bagh because they are famous. Nobody suggests them to visit Missionaries of Charity but please update it in your list for your next visit. You will how few humble nuns take care of orphans, challenged children and adults and also the abandoned old people. This is... More
We visited with a group. Very touching, had a young boy climb up me and cling to me. When I put him back down he looked me in the eyes and said dada. The section with challenged children is even more heart wrenching. A sobering reminder of how good most of us have it in North America.
This is located off of a very busy street in the heart of the city. Be aware there are beggars around the mission. You have to take off your shoes to enter. Pictures of her room and tomb are not permitted. We visited the orphanage there. We could visit the orphanage for "normal" children and then proceed to those with... More
This is a very moving place run by only a few nuns but catering for so many women, men, and children op hand or with special needs. If bring your children here, and I think you should please prepare them as it broke the heart of one of the men in our party. It was lovely and clean and they... More
I can't say enough about the nuns and people who run this place. Mother Teresa would be proud. The children and adults living here are clean and well taken care of as are the rooms and facilities. They must work round the clock... I can't imagine. I wish everyone in the U.S. could visit a place like this-- seems unreal... More
Prem Dan is a hindi name which means give love ( spread love), when you enter this place you feel humbled & ready to help the inmates here & many like them around the world. However, after talking to the sister i came to know that they need various items for their needs, so it is advisable to check with... More
Help.. could you please let me know how to donate to the Missionaries of Charity orphanages in India.. we visited the one in Agra several years ago and donated whatever cash we had.. but would like to send more donations.. and cannot find out how to do it.. the nun (Sr. Glory) told us not to send money by mail...but we'd like to help the children.. Missionaries of Charity locations here in Calif and Missouri were not able to answer this question...thanks...
We are a group of students staying in Agra and would love to visit the center. What are the logistics to do so and what are the contacts to use to get in touch with the center
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