Every day is Senior Citizens’ Day at Heavenly Palace, Greetings to All!
Perfume King, NRI Anil Monga opens one of the largest senior citizens home in India
Los Angeles, Aug 27, 2012
Gary Singh/Ranbir Singh
Heavenly Palace, a unit of Dream and Beauty Charitable Trust (DBCT), takes great pride to announce the launch of Heavenly Palace for the International Day for the Elderly.
DBCT continues to provide excellent service to the area with the opening of the Heavenly Palace Home for Senior Citizens situated in Doraha, district of Ludhiana (Punjab) since 1996.
Located on 70,000 sq. yards of lush green lawns and gardens, the Heavenly Palace features 400 fully furnished rooms equipped with refrigerators, LCD televisions, central air-conditioning, tea-making facilities, and attached wash-rooms. With the goal to provide service and comfort to the elderly at the high standard of excellence that the DBCT is known to have, Heavenly Palace provides 5-star comfort and ambience. The home is equipped with a steam-cooking kitchen, a beautiful dining hall with the capacity to seat 400 residents, an ancillary hospital. In addition to the basic necessities, Heavenly Palace has a serene prayer hall and yoga center, a state of the art cinema hall (auditorium), a peaceful and comprehensive library, a computer center, and a fully furnished common hall for indoor entertainment such as playing cards, carom board, chess, and lounge for casual conversation. It offers security and privacy in a secluded area that boasts of the most scenic views of a canal. Heavenly Palace will be one of the largest senior citizens home in India with a state-of-the-art dining facility, pool, medical assistance.
Heavenly Palace will be one of the largest senior citizens home in India with a state-of-the-art dining facility, pool, medical assistance.
DBCT is the brainchild of Chairman Mr. Anil K Monga, an NRI who keeps coming back to promote and accelerate social progress in India and takes great pride in the joy of sharing and caring. An entrepreneur in every sense of the word, Mr. Monga sees a decline in the trend of the traditional joint family as India urbanizes and offers the elderly a panacea to a life of care, convenience, and comfort.
The first project, Brahmbhog, attempted to alleviate hunger by providing one wholesome meal every day to the thousands of migrant workers and others. Looking at health needs of the migrant and underprivileged families, Mr. Anil started the Karma Hospital to provide affordable medical services. Now the hospital serves as a source of income for the larger cause. Encompassing the aspect of livelihood we initiated another project, Margdarshan which is a market aligned skills training (MAST) program run in partnership with the American India Foundation to educate and empower the youth to pursue rewarding careers.