We Organize Mass Marriages for Poor Peoples
Mass weddings are sometimes preferred for economic and social reasons, such as the
reduction of costs for the venue, officiants, decorations, as well as the celebrations
afterwards which can sometimes be shared between multiple families. In 2011 a collective
wedding ceremony in India involved 3,600 couples, including Hindus, Christians, Buddhists,
Muslims, and Adivasi. Many of them were the children of poor farmers.
Oreen Foundation aims to reduce the financial barriers that prevent ordinary Indians from being
able to sleep with empty stomach. These activities will also assist to transition attitudes away
from an economic transactional perspective towards a social integration perspective.Oreen Foundation
is building community as well as promoting food security, an access to free meals for the disadvantaged.