The birth of Radhika brought immense joy to the household of Satendra Singh and Shilpi Devi, residents of Mohammadpur, Agra. However, their happiness was short-lived, as they soon noticed that both of their daughter’s legs appeared weaker than the rest of her body. Upon taking her to the doctor, they discovered that Radhika had been afflicted with polio since birth. The parents were assured that with proper treatment, their daughter could be cured, and so they began their journey to help Radhika regain her strength.
As Radhika grew older, her pain also increased, and she was unable to stand or walk properly. Despite seeking treatment from various hospitals, they were unable to find any satisfactory solution. Satendra runs a dairy, and the family of four was struggling to make ends meet.
In March 2022, Satendra learned about the free polio improvement operation and other service projects offered by Narayan Seva Sansthan through television. He immediately brought his daughter to the Narayan Seva Sansthan in Udaipur, where specialist doctors examined her and started her treatment. After about three operations, Radhika was not only able to stand with the help of calipers but also walk.
The parents were overwhelmed with joy upon seeing their daughter walk and stand on her feet once again, feeling as though a miracle had occurred. They expressed their deep gratitude towards the Sansthan and its donors, remarking that it is truly a temple dedicated to serving humanity. Radhika had regained her ability to walk, and the family was filled with renewed hope for their daughter’s future.