I arrive at Udayan with much fanfare , everyone is waiting as the Taxi honks to announce my arrival. I am so tired I could drop at any moment.I am looking forward to sleeping under the mosquito net, a new adventure. The girl’s dorm is boisterous – more than a college dorm I would think. My room is rustic as I had expected, but it is still more than these children will have in their lifetime. The girls are singing and dancing, playing in my room. But I am called into the main hall, the children and staff have a surprise waiting: a ceremony to welcome me with groups of children performing – singing, dancing, even an amazing yoga demonstration. Then I am presented with a garland. I must go up to say thank you (Namaskar) and then begin to hand out 400 toys I have brought with me for all the children. They are overjoyed.