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Arogya Mitra Pragati Varga : Sevabharati Purbanchal

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Arogya Mitra Pragati Varga : Sevabharati Purbanchal

Sanskar Kendra by Sewa Bharati Purbanchal: Video

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Sanskar Kendra by Sewa Bharati Purbanchal

Mathruchaya & Balakalyan Kendra Sammelan

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Mathruchaya & Balakalyan Kendra Sammelan, Rashtriya Sewabharati Southern & Western India Orphanages meet Feb 23rd & 24th 2013 Hyderabad. A total of 138 delegates participated in the sammelan.

A 2 day’s workshop of orphanages (called Matruchaya 0-6 years and Balkalyan 6-18 years) was held on 23, 24 February 2013 at Hyderabad, conducted by Rashtriya Sewa Bharati.

In all 138 delegates from 63 orphanages from Southern India and Gujarat & Maharashtra participated and deliberated upon the problems being faced and the probable solutions to overcome the same.


Sister Sita, All India Secretary of Rashtra Sevika Samiti graced the occasion. Sri.Rishipal Dadwal, Secretary, Rashtriya Sewa Bharati inaugurated the workshop. Sri.CA.Jitendra Reddy was also present on the occasion.


A major attraction was exhibition depicting the good work done by 40 of the participating organisations.


Various sessions on Accounts & Finance, Mahila Karya, Office & Legal Matters, etc were guided…

Fifth Hindu Spiritual and Service Fair in Chennai

Chennai, February 18: Fifth Hindu Spiritual and Service Fair was organised in Chennai. Hindu Spiritual and Service Foundation (HSSF), a unique forum that showcases the service activities of diverse Hindu Spiritual Organizations is organizing this event. Fair was conducted between 19 to  24 February, 2013 at AM Jain College grounds, Meenambakkam, Chennai.  Commemorating Swami Vivekananda’s 150th year Birth Anniversary HSSF proposes to install big cut-outs of Swami Ji in some 400 spots in the city; ratha yatra, walkathon, exhibition on Swami ji’s life and thoughts were part of the programme. The high spirit of public service rendered by various Hindu spiritual organizations draw attention of the society at all levels. Some well-known Hindu Spiritual and Service institutions All World Gayathri Parivar, Art of Living, Arya Samaj, BAPS Swaminarayan Samstha, Central Chinmaya Mission Trust; Divine Life Society; Friends of Tribal Society; ISKON; Isha Yoga Foundation; Jain Educa…

Sewa Bharti Bathinda organised Blood Doation camp in Gurukul College.

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Sewa Bharti organised blood donation camp in association with Guru Balabh Educational Society in Gurukul College, president Kamal Kumar Garg told on this occasion Sh Pawan kumar singla chairman pyare lal karnail singh charitable trust was chief guest.

The Programme was presided over by BD singla chief manager state bank of india, guest of honour was Sh bhushan kumar goyal, dhuni ke wale.

Dr ranjeet kaur principal told on this occasion team of gupta blood bank collected 21 units of blood. An Awareness Programme on blood donation was also arranged in which Smt S.L.Latka, Ramneek Walia motivated the students for blood donation.

Sant Sarupanand chairman of gurukul college blessed the blood donors. Rakesh Narula, jagdish Mantri, Navneet Singla, Subhash Khatri, karan bir singh also contributed for the success of blood donation camp. 



Source:http://www.bathinda164.com/news_details.php?at=83

Seva Bharti celebrates Basant Panchmi

Udhampur: Seva Bharti unit of Udhampur district today organized a function to celebrate Basant Panchmi under the leadership of Vice president Seva Bharti Neelam Nargotra at Nari Niketan office. Neelam speaking on the occasion of Basant Panchmi educated students about the importance of Celebrating Basant Panchmi program. A cultural program was also organized by the students. Jyoti Gupta, Raman Gupta, Ramakant Gupta was among others who taught students the importance of this day. 
Source: http://www.jknewspoint.com/newsdet.aspx?q=7694

SEWA bharathi Tamil Nadu activity glimpse in numbers

Seva Bharathi is an established service organization with activities all over Tamil Nadu. Their activities are as follows:

· 324 educational centers
· Two fully equipped blood banks
· 26 blood donation centers
· 96 medical care centers
· 5 ambulances for medical emergencies
· 48 public reading centers
· Two hostels for the use of economically underprivileged students
· 64 elementary schools
· 94 sewing schools
· 435 cultural centers to provide intellectual stimulation
· 7 welfare homes for destitutes
· 3825 progressive self help groups
· 544 pooja centers to cater to the spiritual needs of people
Seva Bharathi is thus serving people both by taking care of secular, basic needs as well as by cherishing the cultural and spiritual heritage of our people.

Contact:

12, M V Naidu Street,
Panchavati
Chetpet
Chennai – 600031
Ph: 044-28361049

SBI donated an ambulance to Seva Bharathi

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State Bank of India, under its corporate social responsibility programme, donated an ambulance to Seva Bharathi Then Tamizh Nadu Trust, a voluntary organisation, on the occasion.

K. C. Cheran, Deputy Director of Health Services and Family Welfare, and Arun Agrawal, Deputy General Manager, State Bank of India, handed over the key of the ambulance to trust personnel and flagged off the vehicle.

M.N. Srinivasan, Regional Manager, Region-I, R.S. Raju, Assistant General Manager, RASMEC, and B. Manivasagam and Mathialagan, both Assistant General Managers, were present along with representatives from State Bank staff union and SBI Officers Association. John Louis, International Grandmaster on memory, organised a programme on memory techniques, ‘Memory for life’.

Source http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/tiruchi-students-add-colours-to-creativity/article4377669.ece

Reunion of Kids on Railway Platforms with their Parents

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Mumbai: Imagine a mother, whose child is lost for one year. Being from a poor family she searched wherever she could and with passing time lost all hopes of getting the child back. Suddenly with the help of an NGO she meets her child. Both of them cannot stay away from each other, the child runs to his mother and she embraces him. Do you think a single human being can stop his tears?
This was the scene in concluding session of Samatol Foundation’s “De-addiction & Home Orientation Camp”.
‘Samatol’ works for kids staying on Junction stations in Mumbai. These are normally run away children who have left away their homes for petty reasons. Samatol works with these children, de-addicts them, counsels them & sends them back to their homes where they can progress.
The sixteenth such de-addiction & Home orientation amp started on 1st November 2012 at Village Mamnoli near Kalyan in association with “Hindu Seva Sangh”. Total 28 kids of age group 6 to 14 were in this camp. …

SHG women in Tamil Nadu execute a noble idea

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It has always been a difficult task to organize women of the society but the Self Help Group (SHG) scheme initiated by Seva Bharati, Tamil Nadu, in Kanyakumari district has made this possible. In a remote Vanvasi village called Kodithuraimalai, SHG women resolved to execute a noble idea. After every weekly meeting all the members gathered to work in the farm of one of the members of the SHG without any payment. The member offered them lunch and evening tea. The next week the same activity would be carried out in the farm of another member. This rotation of work is carried out in the farms of all the members in a regular turn. The resultant yield of self-reliance is promising both materialistically and socially. Alcoholism is a menace in our society and it is very difficult to do away with it. The SHG women achieved remarkable victories in this field too. In a village called Thenkarai a liquor shop was situated near the only pathway leading to the village. The villagers t…

Delhi sewing center enables them to make respectable living

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Sewing centre set up by Sewa Bharti, Delhi at Kabir Nagar locality in Yamuna Vihar has come a long way in enabling the poor women of the locality to eke out a respectable living for them and their families. Kabir Nagar locality in Yamuna Vihar sector has a special importance. In 1984, the pot makers migrated to this place from their New Shahdara homes in search of better pastures.  During that period, Jyoti Nagar (West) was fast developing as higher middle class colony. The Muslim locality situated to west of Jyoti Nagar near Babarpur canal was called Gadhapuri. Slowly, the Hindu locality developed along the main road while the Muslim population settled at the back side. This Hindu colony later came to be known as Kabir Nagar. Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) MLA Naresh Gaur from Babarpur Assembly Constituency who was elected in 1984 became an agent of change for this locality. New roads were constructed and existing ones repaired and sewer lines were laid. Besides, major de…