Dil Se Sewa

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  • Manjinder Singh Sirsa
    We worked on war footing to ensure people get access to oxygen and also built a 400 bed hospital in record time for COVID-19 patients.Manjinder Singh SirsaPresident, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee
  • Naresh Gujral
    In this pandemic, Sikhs have redefined words empathy and compassion. In these dark days, they are the beacon of hope. Naresh GujralRajya Sabha MP
  • Rohit Shetty
    The pandemic has taught us one thing, that we all need to come together to fight any problem.Rohit ShettyDirector & Producer
  • Harbhajan Singh
    What the Sikh community is doing right now to fight COVID-19 pandemic is admirable and I want to thank every volunteer who is working on the ground despite the risks involved.Harbhajan SinghCricketer
  • HS Kandhari
    In the current times, everyone needs to join hands and come together and it is only then we will be able to sail through this.HS KandhariCEO, Ponty Chadha Foundation (PCF)
  • Vikramjit Sahney
    There is an urgent requirement of 15,000 oxygen cylinders for the rural areas in Punjab, so we are importing 5,000 cylinders on SOS basis.Vikramjit SahneyInternational President, World Punjabi Organization
  • Rajeev Juneja
    Langar of food is always there, but how the Sikh community rose to the occasion with langar of oxygen is impressive.Rajeev JunejaManaging Director & Vice Chairman, Mankind Pharma
  • Bhumi Pednekar
    At this point what is important is the intent to want to help people. If you have the intention, go out there and save people.Bhumi PednekarActor & Covid Warrior
  • Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi
    The Sikh faith tells us to realise that we have no foes, we have no friends. Ultimately, we are one, we are humanity.Tanmanjeet Singh DhesiLabour MP (Slough), U.K.
  • Anuradha Paudwal
    Every sewa is a sewa. It's not like that if you help 10,000 people then it's a big sewa and if you help 2 people then it’s any less. Do whatever you can.Anuradha PaudwalSinger
  • Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
    The Sikh community has an inbuilt, devotion and valour in them. This is the time to wake up the valour in you and come to others help.Sri Sri Ravi ShankarFounder, The Art Of Living Foundation
  • Dr Naresh Trehan
    Sewa is ingrained in the Sikh community and what the Gurdwara committees have done is helping plug critical gaps during the COVID-19 crisis.Dr Naresh TrehanChairman & Managing Director, Medanta - The Medicity
  • Rajiv Nayar
    When every system is collapsing, providing oxygen in gurdwaras is very significant.Rajiv NayarSenior Advocate
  • Mahua Moitra
    Gurdwaras have moved us to a higher plane, it has made us a better person.Mahua MoitraLok Sabha MP, Trinamool Congress
  • Rajkummar Rao
    We all are in this together and we all are doing whatever we can, but as I say, there's still a lot to doRajkummar RaoActor
  • Justice Madan Lokur
    DSGMC has taken a very bold step, they are providing ambulance service, langar, beds and oxygenJustice Madan LokurFormer Judge, Supreme Court of India
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About The Campaign

About The Campaign

India is in crisis. 

At a time when infection rates are soaring and every day brings grim news, at a time when beds, oxygen, medicine & hope seem to have all run out, all of India is feeling the same despair, the same distress, the same devastation. 

But through the darkness, there has been a ray of light.

The Sikh community has been at the forefront of relentlessly helping people during through the pandemic. If the rich living tradition of food sharing, as widely practiced in langars or community kitchens, fed millions last year, then this year the langars have provided an even more critical & basic element of life – oxygen.

In the time honoured Sikh tradition of selfless service and compassion, these Oxygen Langars sprang up almost immediately across affected cities, and in gurdwaras, where volunteers stood with oxygen cylinders for hours, helping breathless patients breathe, helping India breathe.

The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee & NDTV are coming together for a special fundraising campaign, Dil Se Sewa – Helping India Breathe.

The funds raised will aid in providing this urgently needed support, amongst many others. It will go to support the gurdwara’s immediate & critical interventions like the oxygen langars, a newly created COVID care facility and the free ambulance service. But it will also contribute to other existing efforts that all aim to strengthen India’s health system for the future  – the free dialysis hospital, the low cost MRI & CT Scan centre and the dawakhanas that provide medicines at reasonable rates.