Showing posts from February 15, 2011

Mumbai: Seva Bharati to Hold 'Sangha Bharati' at Navi Mumbai on Feb 20

Source: Daijiworld Media Network News & Pics: Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/RX)Mumbai, Feb 11: The metro-based Seva Bharati will organize ‘Sangha Bharati’ a mega summit of social activists from majority of Karnataka including Tulu, Kannada, Konkani, Muslim, Jain that are functioning in the metro at Bunts Centre, Juhi Nagar, Navi Mumbai, on Sunday February 20.
Seva Bharati president Jaya K Shetty informed about the mega event, while addressing the media person during a press conference, at Bansuri Hotel, Mulund, on Thursday February 10..Sangha Bharati programme is the fourth programme that is organized by Seva Bharati to mark their silver jubilee celebrations. It is organized to identify veteran Kannada social activists regardless of religion who are serving across the metro, added Shetty.Sri Dharmasthala Manjunath Education Society secretary Dr B Yasho Varma, Manipal University former retired vice-chancellor Padmabhushan, Dr B M Hegde and Supreme Court retired ju…

Value, emotion-based education system lauded

Source: The Times of India
ALLAHABAD: The education system, which inculcates human values and emotions unlike the mere introduction with numbers and alphabets is the best system for the country and the society, said the convenor of Vidya Bharti Dr Brahma Deva Sharma, while addressing as chief guest on the concluding day of the Bal Pragya Shivir at Magh Mela parade ground on Sunday.

He observed that about 25,000 sewa kendras of Vidya Bharti has been established throughout the length and breadth of the country, which provides education to the students. He said that the main objective of the school is not only to impart education, but to develop the multifaceted personality of the children.

The programme started with Saraswati Vandana. Children studying in Sarawati Shishu Mandir of Civil Lines presented Saraswati Vandana. After that patriotic songs were presented by students, while some of them also performed Dandiya Nritya.

About 600 children from 22 districts of the state participated in t…

Sewa bharat: Swami Syamindrateertha launches Chethana Vikas Kendra’s website

Source: megamedianews 11:11 AM, Monday, February 14th, 2011 Mangalore: The successor of Swami Sudhindrateerth of Kashi Mutt, Swami Sayamindrateertha visited the Chethana Bala Vikas Kendra, located on Vitobha Road, on Feb 12, Saturday. After blessing the teachers, students, members of the governing council, and also the donors, Swami Sayamindrateertha inaugurated, the official website of Chethana Bala Vikas Kendra. Later, he also honored the donor Malpe Vittaldas Kini and urged the members of the community to donate generously for worthy causes. Dr. G. N. Bhat briefed on various social welfare activities undertaken by Seva Bharathi in Mangalore.