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Sevabharathi Pathanamthitta dedicated it's Ambulance Service to public.

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Sevabharathi-Pathanamthitta, which has been surging ahead in its activities related to social service, had launched an ambulance service as well. The launch of the ambulance service will be a benchmark in the pursuits of service. The function was inaugurated by Sri. Adoor Prakash, Honourable Minister for Revenue. The function was held at Pathanamthitta town hall on 16 December.

National General Secretary of Akhila Bharatheeya Ayyappa Seva Samajam Sri. Kummanam Rajashekharan had delivered the key address at the function.

The Sevabharathi,Pathanamthitta also expresses whole hearted gratitude to each and every person & organization for contributing in all possible ways towards the fund for purchasing the ambulance and requested for public support for their future endeavors.

Those who are interested to support Pathanamthitta-Sevabharathi activities can send your contributions to below account:

Account Holder Name       :  S Rajeev.
Account Number               :  01210010002104…

Sewa Sangam held in Jharkhand

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Ranchi: (VSK): Jharkhand Sewa Sangam-12 was organized at Ranchi from December 8-10, 2012 at premises of Ramtahal Chaudhary high school. The program was attended by 216 delegates representing 39 voluntary organizations engaged in various service activities.
The three-day conference was inaugurated by National Convener of Rashtriya Sewa Bharati Sundar Laxman and Mithilesh Narain, Prant Pracharak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). The exhibition of activities undertaken by different organizations was the main attraction of the program.
Addressing the inaugural session Gurusharan Prasad, National Joint Secretary of Rashtriya Sewa Bharati highlighted the importance of programs like sewa sangam. Renu Pathak informed the delegates about the activities and programs of Rashtriya Sewa Bharati.
On the next day Rishipal Dadwal, National Secretary of Sewa Bharati interacting with journalists said that so far 430 NGOs have been associated with Rashtriya Sewa Bharti so far. Sewa Bhara…

Sewa bharti Udhampur- SGPC organises pre-Gurpurab in district jail

Udhampur, November 27
Shri Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) Udhampur under the management of Dr Vinod Kumar, Superintendent District Jail Udhampur organized pre-Gurpurab function in District Jail Udhampur, today.
A helping hand was also extended by Neelam Nargotra, vice president Sewa Bharti Women Wing Udhampur.
On this occasion, Gurwani and Kirtan were performed by the Kirtan Mandli of Shri Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee Udhampur wherein jail inmates, jail staff and CRPF staff participated.
Lastly SSP Jail Dr Vinod Kumar presented vote of thanks to all the guests especially media persons for sparing their
valuable time in attending the function.
Source: http://www.jknewspoint.com/newsdet.aspx?q=3292

Sewa Disha: Service grows to reach

‘Sewa Disha’ a special journal published by RSS and released to the media recently reveals that its service projects all over the country have grown from 15,063 in 1997 into a massive network of 1,57,776 in 2009. The journal, published once in five years, gives full account of the service work done by the innumerable units of the Sangh parivar, said RSS spokesman Manmohan Vaidya.
The service projects are mainly in four fields-- education, healthcare, social work and economic self-reliance. 
Of the total 1.5 lakh projects, nearly 40% or 59,498 are into imparting education. This work is mainly done through Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram (3147 units), Rashtriya Sewa Bharti (20,500 schools), Vishwa Hindu Parishad (25,922 units), Vidya Bharti (9682 units), Rashtriya Sevika Sangh (149 units) and Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (98 units). Similarly, 38,582 health-related units are being currently operated mainly through Seva Bharti, VHP, Bharat Vikas Parishad and Vanvasi Kalyan Ashrams.…

Saksham: Providing ‘VISION’ to visually impaired

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The blinds do not see. We just give them a stick and help them find their way through the ‘darkened’ alleys. Almost all the social organizations that provide help to the blinds follow the same ‘help them’ path. These organizations provide them much needed support, but that’s all. SAKSHAM is not an organization which would follow this beaten path. They did something more for these blind people. They actually help these ‘visually challenged’ people to see and experience the beauty of life.
SAKSHAM is the abbreviation of Samadrishti, Kshamata Vikas Evam Anusandhan Mandal. This is a charitable national organization registered at Nagpur under the registration number MAH/654/2008(N). This organization was set up to bring all the persons with various disabilities into the main stream of our nation. SAKSHAM believes that the disabled people are not the burden on the society but assets of the nation.
There are books available in Braille for the visually impaired persons. This lessens their burde…

SEVA SANGAM—2012 : Karnataka & Kerala

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SEVA SANGAM—2012 CONCLUDES IN SHIMOGA,KARNATAKA The two-day Sewa Sangam -2012 jointly organised by Rashtriya Sewa Bharati and Hindu Seva Pratishthana concluded at Shimoga -Karnataka on October 28 with the call to ‘remain involved in regular sewa and involve others in sewa too’. At the concluding ceremony presided over by the Akhil Bharatiya Sah Sewa Pramukh Shri Ajit Prasad Mahopatra and attended by Director of the Hindu Seva Pratishtana Shri Shridhar Sagar and Uttar Kannada Prant Pracharak Shri Gopal Bhat; Shri gopal Bhat said we have to serve the society not to ‘do and die’ but for ‘do and live’. He said the sewa is not only service during calamities but also serving the needy and the society in our day-to-day life. On October 27, the Sewa Sangam was inaugurated by  Shri  Prasannanatha  Swamiji  of Adichunchungiri Mutt who spoke on the need to preserve dharma through sewa by quoting examples from Ramayana, Mahabharata, Vedas and Upanishdas.
Kerala: 2-Day Seva Sangam-2012 conludes Novem…

Sewa Bharathi Andhra Pradesh Dengue Preventive medicine campaign

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Administering Dengue Medicines  In Association With Keshava Sewa Samithi  In Association with IT Milan, Hyderabad In Association with Advocates forum

Sewa Bharti Nagrota donate a wheel chair to Rotary Club Palampur

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4 December Kangra :Sewa Bharti Nagrota donated a Wheel Chair to Rotary Club Palampur for Rotary Hospital Maranda which today handed over to Secretary,Rotary Eye Foundation Rtn.Dr VK Sood.

Sewa Bharati distributes Preventive Dengue Medicine

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NSS TEAM

In our II phase of Distribution where we have planned to distribute Preventive medicine for Dengue fever in IT offices and Engineering collages, We have covered the following Engineering collages in Ghatkesar Mandal during the week ending 01.12.2012.

1. Vigyan Bharathi Institute (VBIT).
2. Princeton collage of Engg .
3. Krishna Murthy collage of Engg & Management
4. SPR Collage
5. Megha collage for women(Partly)

We have distributed the preventive medicine for more than 1500 students and staff (approx.10,000 Persons)

We have also obtained the Blood donor consent forms from more than 150 members.

The managements of these collages have given us full cooperation and support.

VBIT has agreed for Blood donation camp at their premises in III week of December and all other collages have agreed for Blood grouping in their premises in January-2013.

Sri Valmiki Awasam- Sevabharathi Jagityal gets a donation on the wedding anniversary

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Jagityala: On the wedding anniversary Sri Badri Srinivas and Smt Vanisri donated INR 10,000 worth food grains to Sri Valmiki Awasam- Sevabharathi

Dhanwantri Yatra to increase awareness towards Ayurved from November 20

Ahead of the World Ayurved Conference from December 7 to 10, Dhanwantri Yatra will be taken out from November 20 to 24. The rally will be taken out from three directions including Gwalior, Rewa and Burhanpur towards Bhopal. Common people in over 25 districts en route the rally will make people aware of specialities of Ayurvedic system of medicine. For this, mobile exhibition, audio-visual and electronic mediums will be used. The rally to be held with the cooperation of voluntary organisations connected with Vigyan Bharti, Arogya Bharti, Vishwa Ayurved Parishad and Sewa Bharti will also create awareness about Ayurved’s importance in healthy lifestyle, malnutrition, anaemia, maternal and infant health security, health of adolescent girls as well Beti Bachao Abhiyan and change of eating habits as per climate and nature. Various programmes will be held including symposiums, discussions, speeches etc at Ayurved Colleges of Indore, Ujjain, Jabalpur and Bhopal en route the rally…

State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur donates ambulance to Sewa Bharti

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UDAIPUR: SBBJ has donated an ambulance to Sewa Bharti Hospital in udaipur. The Ambulance was inaugurated by the Bank Chairman Mr Pratip choudary on Nov 17th 2012.

Udaipur. भारतीय स्टेट बैंक के चेयरमैन प्रतीप चौधरी ने रविवार सुबह पटेल सर्किल स्थित एसबीबीजे के क्षेत्रीय कार्यालय पर एक समारोह में एम्बुलेंस लोकार्पित की। चौधरी ने यह एम्बुलेंस सेवा भारती चिकित्सालय को प्रदान की है।
चौधरी ने यहां आयोजित समारोह में कहा कि ग्रुप ऐसे सामाजिक सरोकारों में हमेशा अग्रणी रहा है। इसी के तहत यह एम्बुलेंस आम जनता के लिए भेंट की जा रही है।

Performance report of IDRF Sanghamitra Mobile Dispensary

Sanghamitra Seva Samithi Mobile dispensary: IDRF Supported SANGHA MITRA SEVA SAMITHI Regd. No. 39-94, D.N.J. 25/415-2,  R.S.Road, Nandyal – 518502  Ph.: 08514-247763 Kurnool Dt., A.P. AFFILIATED To SEVA BHARATI (Western AP Reg. No.: 3136/90/AP) (Administrative Office 3-2-106, Nimboli Adda,  Kachiguda. Hyderabad-27. Ph. 040-24610056) PROJECT SPONSORED BY IDRF, USA MOBILE DISPENSARY AT DOORSTEPS OF PTG CHENCHU COMMUNITY OF KURNOOL Dt. Project Head Quarters: GOKAVARAM (Village),  Kothapalli Mandal, Kurnool Dt.518422
http://sanghamitrasevasamithi.blogspot.in/ Performance – Cum – Achievement Report for the Period: 1-10-2011 to 31-05-2012.
Sangha Mitra Seva samithi, Nandyal, received a grant of Rs.3,16,380 on 28-12-2011 towards 5th and the final instalment to meet the expenditure in the service of Primitive Tribal Group (chenchu), residing in 32 chenchu hamlets (gudems) of Kurnool Dt. in Andhra Pradesh. We are highly thankful to the authorities of IDRF (USA) for their benevolence in extending financial …

Free distribution camps for Dengue Preventive medicine

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Seva Bharathi Secunderabad has conducted Free Distribution of Dengue preventive medicine camp at Valmikinagar Seva Basti, in Maredpally and the Govt ZPHS in Malkajgiri Secunderabad. The Programme was organized on 30.10.2011, evening from 7.00 Pm to 9.00 Pm

Sri Syam Kumar, Pranta Pracharak RSS, presided the programme and distributed the medicines. A Total of 1020 benifitted from the distribution of the Preventive medicine and Seva Bharathi has taken up the programme on a war footing and intends to distribute to about 100,000 beneficiaries.



Dengue Preventice Medicine Distribution Programme by Seva Bharathi & A.B.V.P.

Kalinga Ashram: A Shelter for Destitute children

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The 1999 cyclone in Odisha rendered thousands of people homeless. The children were the most affected in the tragedy. In that crucial phase, some young social workers under the leadership of Shri Ramesh Panda, came forward to provide ‘nest to needy’ under the banner of Kalinga Ashram. It was established at Tamana-Chikiti main road in Kankia Gram Panchayat. It is a Vanvasi pocket of Ganjam district. Today, 40 students from class I to IX stay in the Ashram. The students are also trained in extra-curricular activities. Some of them took part in competitions at national level and won awards and applause. They have also proved their excellence in Kannada, Telugu, Hindi and English. Likewise, the inmate also participated in competitions organised by Governmental and non-Governmental agencies. They secured prizes in different events. This year on January 22, Tata Gopalpur Project chief Shri AK Ojha and Shri SS Rautray along with their team encouraged the participants by giving pr…

Seva Sangam-2012 Inaugurated at Shimoga, Seva Exhibition inspires thousands of spectators

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Shimoga Karnataka October 27: Jointly organised by Rashtriya Seva Bharati and Hindu Seva Pratishtan, 2 day conclave ‘SEVA SANGAMA-2012′ inaugurated this morning at Shimoga. Seva Sangama is a 2-day conference  held on October 27 and 28, in which more than different Seva Organisations of Karnataka participated. Veteran RSS Pracharak Na Krishnappa speaks in Inaugural ceremony of Seva Sangama-2012 held at Shimoga October-27-2012 Seva Sangama-2012 was inaugurated by Sri Prasannanatha Swaniji of Adichunchungiri Mutt in Shimoga. The Swamiji spoke on the need to preserve dharma via seva. Swamyji reminded the examples, lessons from Ramayana, Mahabharata, vedas and Upanishads. He recalled his early association with RSS and it’s activities in Shivamogga.
Speasking on the occasion, Director of Hindu Seva Pratishtan Karnatka, Shridhar Sagar stressed on the fact that Seva needs to reach the remotest parts of the society and generate volunteers from local populace. He praised AdiChunchunagi…

Pathanamthitta Seva Bharathi -Appeal for New Ambulance fund collection

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Account Details:

Account Holder Name       :  S.Rajeev.
Account Number               :  012100100021045
Bank Name                       :  Dhanalakshmi Bank,Pathanamthitta.
IFSC Code                       :  DLXB0000121

For more information, contact:

Kesavasmruthi, Kallarakkadavu, Pathanamthitta-689645
Ph: 0468-2223741,+91-9961945730,+91-8281416184

Shantiniketan Chhatrawas: A center of service and sanskars

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Dagshai, a place situated at the height of 5000 ft. in Solan district of Himachal Pradesh-the land of Gods- is a beautiful place to visit once in lifetime. The Indian Army has its cantonment here. Sewa Bharati, Himachal Pradesh runs a hostel- Shantiniketan Chhatrawas for poor, destitute and helpless boys where students studying in standard II to X are accommodated. These students belong to remote and inaccessible areas of the state. They mostly come from Dodrakyar and Nerwa of Shimla district, Bari of Kinnore district, Jasorgarh of Chamba district, Shilla, Lanacheta of Sirmour and Chhota Bhangal (Barot) of Mandi district. Some of these areas are covered with ice for most part of the year.
The hostel was started on March 9, 2008 with 14 students. Now their number is 18 but till now 50 students have passed out from this hostel. Sewa Bharati bears the expenses of these students for lodging, boarding, education etc. Sewa Internatinal and some local philanthropists extend the…

A boy who sold hair pins dedicates himself to service of society

Aaraindagi, Tamilnadu: Seva bharati activist Indira was travelling to reach the center with her friend, who was also a Seva bharati teacher. In the bus they were traveling a small boy about 8 to 9 years was attracted passenger’s attention. He was selling hair pins, ribbons and many small accessories. The boy reached where Indira her friend were sitting and insisted them to buy something from him. He was such a talkative boy which compelled them to engage them with him. He said- I could buy a pencil if you buy anything from me.
To confirm, it was not mere a trick to make them buy they inquired with the boy his name, his school and the place where he was staying and his family members. They also questioned him if he was really meant to buy a pencil. All his answers testified he was a sincere fellow. They bought some accessories from him and assured him that they will see him at his school.
During field visits Indira and her friend had chance visit the area which had the sc…

Poor activist sacrifices honorarium to serve the community

Kashi, Uttar Pradesh: Money does not necessarily always motivate people towards service. It is the vision adopted by organization which boosts greatest value of sacrifice. This is a story which gives glimpse of the greatest value – sacrifice.
Menka, a member of poor family in Kashi had a small family which included her parent and a brother. Their livelihood solely depended on the job her father once had for some years, but his company was shut down and he lost the job.
After losing his job her father started as a florist. He used to collect flowers and sell them to the devotees in Shankar temple. Her mother’s health was on decline after the illness she undergone. Her elder brother had secured graduation. But he was not able to get the job he dreamt. On some occasion after intervention of his relatives he started working as a small vendor of various goods. Now he had resource that could earn him money, though it depended on overall sale of his goods. On the other hand, th…