Bingi Narender Goud founded Golden Star in 1994 "to help the downtrodden people
who lack education, personal hygiene and self-employment". This philanthropist's
objective is to help the poor to the greatest extent possible for him, and anticipate
nothing in return.
He selected a slum area that falls under Kala Dera Colony for this cause, and educated the poor people living there about personal hygiene. "It is very difficult to make them understand - it is after repeated sessions that they were able to even understand the importance of hygiene. Now they are able to lead a normal life without any ailments," he says.
Narender Goud has organized a number of health camps, and has even distributed sewing machines to poor women in co-operation with the State Government Minister. Apart from social service, he also organizes cultural events to encourage the upcoming artists in and around Hyderabad.
This evening, he is organizing an Ugadi Puraskar awards function, with the awards being given away to five renowned people who are striving hard for the people of this society. Among them are D Suresh (film producer), B Jyothi (lady organizer) and Rajanarayana Mudiraj (social service) - the other two names are yet to be finalized.
Kuchipudi dances by Sai Silpa, Naga Deepti and Ramya Sindhura and Bharatanatyam by Shailaja Naidu will follow the function.
Please contact Bingi Narender Goud at 456-2655 for further details.