Jaipur Turns Green for the National Organ Donation Day
On 27th November, the National Organ Donation Day, famous monuments like the Hawa Mahal, Albert Hall, Amer Fort and Jal Mahal of Jaipur city were lit up green. These monuments remained lit for three days – 25th, 26th and 27th November to spread awareness about organ donation among people.
Green symbolises hope for the millions who are awaiting a second chance at life through organ transplantation. It also reminds of those who have died waiting for a life-saving organ. Most importantly, it conveys our gratitude to organ donors and their families for giving the supreme gift of all – the gift of life. The organ donation cause is also represented by a green ribbon.
The Jaipur city authorities have shown their support towards the cause by lighting up the city green for the last few years now. This initiative of MFJCF-Navjeevan was covered by many leading newspapers.
Source-Ms. Prachi Sharma
Jaipur Monuments lit with green light to motivate Jaipurites
On the occasion of world organ donation day 13th Aug 2018 important archeological buildings of Jaipur mainly Albert Hall, Amber Fort, Hawamahal and Statue Circle were illuminated in green at night. This was done to spread awareness for organ donation among the people. The Departments oftourism and art and culture gave its nod for illuminating monuments with green color for spreading awareness about this noble cause. These are the places which are visited by 1000 of tourists’every day.
Rajasthan is the state where 29 families had donated organs of their dear and near ones after they were declared brain dead and were transplanted into 110 persons to give them new life.