Showing posts from October 11, 2011

Seva bharathi's master trainers at Handicraft Training for rural tribal women

Source: arunachaltimes
TEZU, Sep 25:  The Seva Bharati, Arunachal in association with local based NGO- Amik Matai Society, Tezu kicked off its rural initiative in imparting week long Handicraft Training  in Changliang village under Tezu circle of Lohit today. The inaugural ceremony was graced by the District Art and Culture Officer, Anjaw along with PR representatives of the village and the members of the collaborating NGOs. The chief guest cited the success story of the “Barbie Doll” which had a small beginning initially. 30 Women participants from the adjoining villages such as Duraliang, Hydel camp, PCL colony and Tezu are availing the handicraft training which is aimed at generating self employment for the rural tribal women. Training is being imparted in Fabric painting, flower making, soft toys, embroidery rings among others. The training is being facilitated by the Master trainers from Seva Bharati, Joy Kumar Sharma and Gajen Das from Guwahati …

Rashtriya Sewa Bharati’s three-day Sewa Sangam in Haridwar

Source: Organiser
 Help ameliorate sufferings of deprived people —Swami Satyamitranand Giri
"Service to deprived people is truly service to God. It is the embodiment of yajna, charity and sacrifice. Every person should attain punya by rendering service to the needy. The path of selfless service is very difficult because one has to give up one’s own interests while rendering service,” said noted saint and founder of Bharatmata Mandir Haridwar Swami Satyamitranand Giri while speaking at the concluding ceremony of three-day Sewa Sangam organised in Haridwar from October 1 to 3. About 900 delegates from 65 districts of Uttarakhand and Western Uttar Pradesh presented details about their service activities at the Sangam. A total of 72 service organisations represented at the Sewa Sangam. During the Sewa Sangam, several persons who are rendering exemplary service in various fields were felicitated. Those who were honoured included Dr Harpal from Chamoli, Shri Vachan Singh …

Seva Bharati Dedicates Another Set of Homes to Flood Victims at Raichur, North Karnataka

Source: smvada Raichur Oct 7:  Seva  Bharati, a premier social service organisation and a RSS initiative of seva projects, has dedicated another 52 newly constructed houses to flood victims. In a meaningful ceremony on October 7 2011 at Aprala Village of Devadurga Taluk of Raichur district in North Karnataka. As a part of its massive flood relief activities, Seva Bharati dedicated 52 newly constructed houses to the families of flood victims. Sri Kru. Narahari, National President of Shaikshik Maha Sangh and Former Kshethriya Karyavah of RSS, handed over these houses to flood victims. This is the 6th phase of House dedication by Seva Bharati which already constructed and handed over more than 1000 houses to flood victims.
Sri Venkatesh Sagar, Pranth Seva Pramukh of RSS-North Karnataka, Sri KS Nagabhushan, Senior RSS Pracharak  and Seva  Bharati functionary, N Dinesh Hegde, General Secretary of Rashtrotthana Parishat, Sri Shavana Gouda Nayak, MLA and several other social lead…