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50 houses distributed to Kadwad landslide victims

Source: Sahilonline
Also at The Hindu

Aasare houses built by the Seva Bharati Trust, Hubli, with the help of Uttara Kannada district administration for the victims of landslip at Kadwad village were handed over to the beneficiaries on Thursday. As many as 19 people were killed in the landslips in Kadwad village. Sri Vamanashrama Swamiji of Haldipur Math symbolically handed over the keys of the houses to the family members of the victims. Suresh (Bhaiyyaji) Joshi, general secretary of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, in his address said that it is a “small gesture towards society which had given us everything”. He said Seva Bharati and the victims were not known to each other. But humanity and compassion of different donors who helped build the houses donating money and material brought Seva Bharati and the displaced facilities together. He said that one should not think of it as help to the victims but only as a responsibility of society to help those who are in trouble. Sat,…

Bhatke Vimukta Vikas Pratishthan - Brouchure

Registration No. Maharashtra 3457/92 Solapur ( Maharashtra State)
Imagine setting up a small shop with your life’s savings and being suddenly thrown into a police lock up on mere suspicion by civil society. The only option you would probably think of would be to vanish from the scene and lose everything. This is what happens routinely to our lesser fortunate brethren like Paradhis and other nomadic tribeswho have been branded for life as thieves and dacoits, in spite of their sterling contribution to our society, through out history, with their artisan and fighting skills. These are the most backward of the backward people, living a life of penury and fear that we members of ‘free’ society cannot even imagine. With their regular source of earning from forest produce becoming harder by the day and talents like singing, street plays, acrobatics etc. also dying a slow death; the only option is to educate them, imbibe their children with good values or ‘samskaras’ and train them for the new…

Sewa bharati - Yamgarwadi mitra mandal: Bringing smiles and hope in the pardhis

Fun-filled Diwali for 100 kids City families to house them, treat them
Source: Indian express

Pune, October 28 2005 : FOR these 100 children between five and twelve from Solapur, Ahmednagar, Latur, Pathardi, Diwali promises to be special. The Yamgarwadi Mitra Mandal, a Pune-based NGO, which strives for their betterment, has decided to light up their lives like it has been doing for the past five years. Incidentally, the children belong to the Pardhi, Dhangar, Vannjra and Vaidu tribes — the nomadic and denotified tribes.

The children will be living with several families in the city for a week. “We want to expose them to urban culture and lifestyle. Each child would be treated with sweets, new clothes and taken on a sight-seeing tour,’’ says mandal convenor Ravi Nanavare. On Bhau bheej, the children will be entertained with street plays, folk dances and songs. Nanavare, who will play host to ten children at his Karve Nagar residence, says,” I am happy to take care of them.”

The stay in …

Sewa bharati - Bhatke Vimukta Vikas Pratishthan: Transforming lives of Pardhis

Antyodaya puraskar by Rambhau mahalgi prabodhini
Shri. Girish Prabhune
(Year 2000)
Bhatke Vimukti Vikas Parishad in Maharashtra is working for the upliftment of down trodden class particularly "Pardhee" Society. Shri Girish Prabhune renown Karmayogi has put two decades in this mission. The Antyodaya Puraskar for 2000 was awarded to Shri Girish Prabhune for his dedication & hardwork for the upliftment of Pardhees. The function was held on January 14, 2000, at Dadar.
Girish prabhune

The Bhatke Vimukt Vikas Pratishtan  (BVVP), an NGO based in Sholapur in
Maharashtra, has been making pioneering and laudable efforts in furthering the
cause of the nomadic tribes in more than one way viz.,
a) Setting up abodes for the tribes
b) Identifying open spaces in selected areas for the wandering tribes to set
up their camps
c) Standing up for them in case of false criminal and legal charges
d) Providing schools for ensuring continued education for their children
e) Liaisi…

Sewa bharati: Aasare houses to be given to landslip victims at Kadwad

Source: The hindu
Correspondent It will be handed over today by Vamanashrama Swamiji Administration has bought 3.5 acres of private land
50 houses have bee…

Sewa Bharati’s one country, one constitution’ rally held

Source: JKNEwspoint

Jitender Jeetu
Pathankot, November 24
Sewa Bharti Pathankot demonstrated an awareness rally with the slogan of 'One Country, One Constitution' at various roads of Pathankot. The entire rally was organised under the observation of President Bhupinder Singh Kahlon. On this occasion, State Head BJP Ashwani Sharma was present as chief guest and Acharya Sanjay Muni, DSP Naresh Dogra, Vice-President Satish Saini,President VES Vijay Passi, President Hindu Singh Ekta Club Nirmal Singh Pappu, Shiv Sena Punjab Vice President Satish Mahajan, Distt President Shiv Sena Ravi Sharma, Suraj Chopra, President Pryas Sanstha Raja Julka, President Khanpur Vikas Manch and Khatri Yuva Sangthan Rohit Kohli, Ram Lal Sanotra, Gen. Coordinator Rotary Club Vinay Joshi and former MC Shoba Rani was present as guest of hounour. Chief guest along with other guests flagged off the rally. The rally began from Ram Leela Ground and again ended at Ram Leela Ground after moving from various ro…

Sewa Bharti to hold awareness rally

Newspoint Bureu

Pathankot, November 22
Sewa Bharti Pathankot held a meeting under the observation of President Bhupinder Singh Kahlon. Briefing the meeting, the President Kahlon said that an awareness rally will be organized on 24 November by the children of centers running under Sewa Bharti. He said the State president of Akhil Bharatiya Rajiv Gandhi Pargtisheel Vikas Manch Resham Singh Kahlon will be the chief guest of this occasion. He said this rally will starts from Ram Lila ground and moved from different markets of the city and will aware the people about brotherhoodness and demands to eradicate Act 370 in Kashmir, a land mark in the two legislative opposition. He added that to serve the nation and to unite the people is the prime motive of Sewa Bharti. He detailed that various social service organizations and religious institutions have also been invited for this rally. On the occasion Manohar Lal Mehta, Dr. Jarnail Singh Thakur, Karan Singh, Hans Raj, Ramesh Ran…

Sewa bharati - ABVP Ladakh units in the service of flood victims

LADAKH unit of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) with active support of the entire State unit has continuously been working for the relief and rescue of the cloud burst victims in Leh. To meet the flood victims and to motivate the workers, the ABVP J&K State organising secretary Shri Pawan Sharma was in Ladakh from October 18 to 22. He visited four relief camps at Choglamsar, Spittuk, Scumpri and Leh Bazar. He also met 23 cloud burst affected people and attended a relief distribution function of the Sewa Bharati.

Apart from the relief activities, seven meetings took place with the students there. A total of 113 students participated in the meeting. Apart from this, he also visited the campuses and houses to meet the students and academicians. He had meeting with four college professors, one college principal and two lecturers. At another function, books were distributed among the needy students staying at government hostel at Leh. A function was also organise…

Sewa Bharati: Bank of India gifts two computers to Vanvasi hostel

Source: Daily pioneer
November 16, 2010   3:06:32 PM

Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Bank of India on Monday gifted two computers to Vanvasi hostel in Sewa Bharati Ananddham.

Speaking on the occasion, former VC of Barakatullah University and Sewa Bharati president DP Sharma informed that total 7,712 Sewa Bharati centres were active in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and added that volunteers are running these institutions without any remuneration.

He also expressed gratitude to regional manager of the bank, AK Verma for gifting computers to the hostel.

In his speech, Verma lauded people effort, especially women who were teaching these children without charging anything.

Pointing out that computer education as a must in present era, he said that these computers will help these children to improve their skills.

Additional Commissioner of Tribal Development Corporation Sanjay Varshney is the chief guest of the programme, and he lauded the effort of Sewa Bharati. Applauding the gesture of…

Sewa Bharati honours Baba Ramdev

Source:JK News point
Newspoint Bureau       Pathankot, October 9
Members of Sewa Bharati Pathankot honoured the Yog Guru Baba Ramdev on his arrival at Pathankot regarding Swabhiman Yatra. On this event Yog Chikitsa -Patanjali Samiti Pathankot and various political, social associations and renowned personalities participated.

President of Sewa Bharati Bhupinder Singh Kahlon honoured Baba Ramdev with the portrait of Bhagat Singh. Speaking on the occasion Baba Ramdev detailed the tips of Yoga to the gathering. He said that a healthy mind lives in healthy body so we must do yoga to keep the body healthy. Speaking on the occasion Baba praised the Sewa Baharti for providing service of drinking water during programme and said that service of humanity is the true service of God.

On this event famous industrialist Swarn Salaria, Swami Gurdeep Giri Ji, Sant Sanjay Muni, Sant Sampurna Nand, S.P. Bhupinderjit Singh Virk, DSP Naresh Dogra, SHO Manoj Kumar, Tehsildar Yashpal Sharma, Tarun Arora, Su…

Sewa Bharati - daffodils in the face of bullets : Tarun Vijay

Source: TOI
In times of a petty political strife hogging headlines and the very concept of Indian under strain, a great number of dedicated souls are trying to help daffodils - symbolizing friendship - flower in their own way. Naturally, the media's award-winner sirens won't be interested in it. There are people who think they can bring about a change in society through bullets and take up guns killing innocent Indians. But there are many others who choose the placid path of silent devotion and service, helping daffodils of joy flower. They are there in every area of our land, comprising varied religious or spiritual, or even atheist, groups who consider people alone are their God. Here is one unknown chapter from that grand book of sharing the joy which genuinely makes the fibres that weave the Indian fabric beyond boundaries.

Ashok Kukde, a highly qualified medical practitioner, thought of providing the best medical facilities to the poor and disadvantaged in t…

Sewa bharati - ABVP conduct dental camp in arunachal pradesh

Source: Arunachal times through NEItimes
ITANAGAR, Nov 1: Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) organized a two days dental check up and blood grouping camp along with Seva Bharati at Dera Natung Govt. College here.
Chief guest of the programme, Dr, Byabang Rana highly appreciated ABVP for organizing such  important camp and other welfare activities in the state. Dr. Rana also praised Dr. Pratibha Athavale, resource person of the camp, for working fearlessly for the welfare of tribal community in the state. He informed that Dr. Athavale has been regularly visiting the state even at the age of 56 since last 10 years.
Vice principal of the college T Tamuk also highly appreciated Dr. Athavale for conducting the camp in the college which immensely helped the students and other participants.
State ABVP secretary Jayant Saikia highlighted about the aims and objective and various activities undertaken by ABVP since its birth.
Source: The Arunachal Times

Yoga training cum natureo therapy camp: Sewa bharati

Source: NE TIMES through The Arunachal Times
ITANAGAR, Oct 29: A seven days free Yoga training and natureo therapy camp was held at Arunachal Pradesh Charitable Trust (APCT), Lekhi village and Rajiv Gandhi University from October 22 organized by APCT in collaboration with Seva Bharati, Arunachal Pradesh.
Himadri Purokayastha, North East Yoga Pramukha, Yoga Bibhaga, Seva Bharati Purbanchal, Guwahati has given free natureo treatment to local patients and trained the participants.
About 80 patients were treated freely and 45 persons participated in the Yoga training.