While people may believe that serving for humanity is equivalent to serving to God, Bibi Rajinder Kaur has stood by it. Bibi Rajinder Kaur started Prabh Aasra for handicapped people in Chandigarh along with her husband Sardar Shamsher Singh and then moved to Patiala.
She started helping the destitute with a shelter of 2 rooms; however, with the help of many who wanted to serve for humanity made their contribution and now Prabh Aasra has 3 centres which provide treatment and shelter to physically and mentally handicapped people.
The centres are for mentally ill and physically handicapped people. It provides medical facilities, and care taking, and education to the destitutes. It is a home for all those who don’t have a shelter.
The shelters have served and treated over 1500 people in 16 years and have helped over 1027 people have reunited with their families under the mission millap.
Even today, more than 400 people are under treatment at Prabh Aasra centres. Punjab government has honoured the founders for their selfless service towards mentally and physically ill people.
Furthermore, Canada’s Ontario’s government has also honoured them for the work.
Bibi Rajinder Kaur was also awarded at Sikh achiever’s award for her believe in the service of humanity in 2018.