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SEVA BHRATHI Kozhikode

MANAVA SEVA MADHAVA SEVA

Diseases and disabilities should not be treated as part of one's fate.

Seva Bharati, Calicut, is a voluntary service organization striving to give all possible assistance to those who suffer, and to instill in them self-confidence. Seva Bharathi which works with the motto, “MANAVA SEVA IS MADHAVA SEVA” has been extending a helping hand to the unorganized and neglected needy sections of society.

The free distribution of rice gruel to the in-patients of the Calicut Medical College, the Seva Mandiram which provides shelter to the destitute, providing help and guidance to those who reach the Medical College for treatment, providing wheel-chairs and crutches to the physically challenged, eye donation to bring light into the life of the blind, medical camps, blood donation, ambulance services for moderate rates, making available portable water through Rain Water Harvesting Project, formation of self-help groups to achieve self-reliance in society, etc. are some of …

PIX of Seva Bharathi in the HINDU news paper

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Sewa Bharti to organize blood donation camp, Jammu

Sewa Bharti to organize blood donation camp

Jammu, Oct 16: Sewa Bharti, Jammu and Kashmir is organizing a blooddonation camp on Wednesday in connection with the birth centenary of M.S.Govalkar , the second Sarsang Chalak of RSS.In a statement here, blood donation camp will be organized in thepremises of Blood Bank, SMGS Hospital, here. Sewa Bharti said that ithas taken up the health examination programme of the students in theage group of 5-13 in various slums. It claimed that about 2000 studentshave been examined under the programme in 10 schools.

Sewa Bharathi Volunteers in Sewa manhandled in Sabarimala

Heavy rush at Sabarimala temple
Radhakrishnan Kuttoor

One pilgrim trampled to death in stampede; another dies of asphyxia
SABARIMALA: An unidentified pilgrim in his thirties was trampled to death and several others were injured in a minor stampede that occurred before the holy 18 Steps at the lower Thirumuttom of the Sabarimala Sannidhanam around 1.30 p.m. on Saturday.
The body has been taken to the Pathanamthitta General Hospital mortuary by Ayyappa Seva Sanghom volunteers.

Another pilgrim from Mumbai, Venka Surya Kumar Reddy, 40, died of asphyxia later in the evening.

The holy hillock and the base camp of Pampa have been witnessing an unprecedented crowd of devotees since Saturday morning, affecting the crowd-control arrangements being made by the police at certain key points at the Sannidhanam. The police blocked pilgrims at various points on the Pampa-Sannidhanam path and on the Pandithavalom route.

In another incident, two pilgrims, identified as Shanmugham (34) from Tiruchirappalli and…

Mangalore Differentlyabled children have fun

Dear Friends
Its been Sankranthi all over and now that the festival is over here is a peek into the activities taken up by Seva Bharathi and its Units for the occassions.....Se If these can be replicated in this part of the world too.

By the way Kasiathji shud be posting of the latest activity of differentlyabled persons and an EYE BANK that was inaugurated very recently....(22 Jan 07)

http://mangalorean.com/news.php?newstype=local&newsid=38111


Mangalore Jan 15: It resembled a village 'mela' in all sense. Giant wheels, swings, a vareity of other joy rides, food stalls, fruit stalls and icecream stalls in plenty. Entertainment programmes went on at one end while various games were being held at another end. Kids were running hither and thither with kites in their hands and artistes were performing doll dance. In short, it was all merry and all the hearts were full of joy.

But it was no village 'mela', but an environment created exclusively for the disabled persons of the…
Madhava Nethra NidhiSecunderabadIn an effort to bring more awareness in the citizens Mano Nethra has taken up a taskof building up an army of people that can do the job with commitment. Towards this effort taking on the cause of the Visually differentlyabled we have built up a strong bond of working relationship with the Pushpagiri Vitreo Retina Institute, of the Pushpagiri petham with blessings from H H Sri Sri Sankaracharya.
The Eye bank will be the first project and it would work with the Pushpagiri Vitreo Retina Institute to build up capacity building among the differently abled at the same time bringing awareness among the sighted as well as providing medical aid to the Differentlyabled.
Pushpagiri Vitreo Retina Institute, Lane opp. St.Ann’s Girls HighSchool, Uma Plaza, Road No.9, West Maredpalli, Secunderabad -26