Mahashivaratri is one occasion that attracts lakhs of devotees not only from all over the country
including neighboring districts of India. This year too, about twenty lakh devotees were
estimated to have come for the darshan of sanctum sanctorum. Having come from diverse
climatic condition to biting cold of Kathmandu, many devotees fall sick requiring immediate Medical attention.
Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation Nepal (SSSSON) avails this opportunity to serve the devotees.
This year too, Medical Camp and Blood Donation Program was organized at the premises of
Pashupati Temple on 1st March 2022. Altogether, 275 patients were served in the medical camp.
Blood Donation Camp, with technical support from Nepal Red Cross, was also organized in the
same spot and 31 pints of blood were collected. The camp started with the Omkaram and Veda
Chanting, and came to conclusion with Mangal Aarati to the Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.