Showing posts from March, 2013

Sewa International Lanka Supports Sewa Project to Sri Lankan Tamils

“RSS is silently doing its service in the affected North and East provinces of Sri Lanka. Total and detailed survey has been taken in 50 villages and rehabilitation work for 25 villages has been completed.  Whatever the family in affected villages asks for is met with concern. For example, people there asked us for PVC pipes, cycles, roof sheets, cows, cattle, farming equipments etc. Service is done in the affected provinces of Mullai Theevu, Mannar, Yazhpaanam, and Vavuniya. Whatever the family requires, it is provided by us.  Through Sewa International funds are collected and ‘Sewa International Lanka’ has been set up for helping these affected people there”. Source:

Medical camps in the Violence affected areas: Seva Bharathi Purbanchal

Arogya Mitra Distributing Medicines and conducting Medical camps in the Violence affected areas of Assam. Health checkup by Junti Bora Uttar Assam Prant

Sewa Bharti Delhi is organising a Mass Marriage on 7th April

Sewa Bharti Delhi is organising a Mass Marriage (SAMUHIK VIVAH) on April 7th 2013 12:00 Afternoon for poor couples wanting to get married. A kit for the new family worth 45,000 INR including dress for the bride and groom and some utensils will be gifted.

The Marriage will be at the Venue:
Dr Hedgewar Sabhagar,
R A Geet School,
Shankar Nagar,
Delhi - 51

Kuwait: Seva Darshan's Mega Event 'Bharat Vikas- 2013' a Grand Success

Kuwait: The mega event, "Bharat Vikas 2013" organized by Seva Darshan, Kuwait was conducted on 25th February, 2013. The majestic ceremony was inaugurated by the chief guest S H.K.Mohan, First Secretary, Community Affairs and Education Wing, by lighting the traditional lamp. The day was blessed with the presence of eminences Mohana Warrier (Vikas Project Trustee & All India Secretary of the 150th Swami Vivekananda Jayanthi Celebrations Committee),  Subrahmanyan Viswananda (Deputy General Manager, Karoor Vaisya Bank), Dr. T.A.Ramesh (Country Head, Gulfmart), and Dr.Subramaniyam Neelamani(Sr.Research Scientist, KISR).
The key note address delivered by  Mohana Warrier highlighting Swamiji’s speech delivered at Chicago Conference threw light on the significance and importance of being a proud citizen of India. He emphasized the need for upholding our tradition and culture in front of the whole world.  Subrahmanyan Viswananda congratulated the members for taking…

Union HRD Min Sashi Tharoor at annual day of Sewa bharati Mookambika Sravana Samsara Vidyalam

The school lacks basic facilities, but there is hope thanks to a tireless and dedicated staff | Purnima Sah

Sree Mookambika Sravana Samsara Vidyalam or the Mookambika School of Deaf and Dumb located in Trivandrum celebrated its 18thannual day last week.
After eighteen years one would expect a certain minimum in terms of facilities at the school. But the school urgently needs renovation as it is poorly roofed and hardly ventilated. When it rains, the water seeps in leaving the students and teachers wet.
There are no proper teaching aids either and that makes the task of the teachers even more challenging. Most of the students are so poor that they cannot afford to pay their monthly fees or buy uniforms, books and other necessities.
An associate member of the school, Jayachandran Thampi M V when asked said, “This school is run by donations of the general public. Teachers are poorly paid. And yet there are so many children waiting to get admission in our school.”
The school was founded …

Manalpuram ready to host Sivaratri : 900 Seva Bharathi volunteers

Kochi:Aluva is all decked up and ready to welcome devotees for the Sivaratri festival on Sunday. The Aluva Manalpuram (sand bed) is ready to host the event with over 100 balitharas auctioned off and over 150 more up for grabs. Over 4 lakh devotees are expected to turn up for the event. The work on the temporary bridge across Periyar is nearing completion. Travel on the bridge will be toll-free from  Sunday, till Monday noon. However, there will be a toll charge of Rs 5 for one direction after that, said a municipality official. The bridge will be in place till March 31. For the occasion, a posse of 750 policemen will be deployed at Aluva and a seven-member Navy divers’ team will be on guard. KSRTC has set up a special bus stand and will operate special services. Seva Bharathi has promised 900 volunteers while the Aluva Municipality has set up a special office at Manalpuram. Allopathy, ayurveda and homeopathy units and ambulances are also ready to give medical assistance. Source: http:…

Bonding over shared experiences: Sevabharathi National workshop for SHGs

Ranchi: SUNDAY, 03 MARCH 2013
Common struggles, common hurdles, but uncommon solutions are the buzzwords at the ongoing three-day national workshop of women’s self-help groups (SHG) in the Capital’s Jonha area. Organised by Seva Bharati, an RSS affiliated NGO from March 1 to March 3; the event was inaugurated by NABARD assistant general manager VK Chaudhary and senior national functionaries of the organisation.

Some 250 representatives of women’s SHGs in all the States of the country, including 42 delegates from various districts of Jharkhand are taking part in the workshop and discussions aimed at steering their ongoing work to a higher plane, while also equipping them with additional skills to better manage the day-to-day functioning of their ventures.

“The aim of this workshop is to bring together enterprising women from all parts of the country on a common platform where they can exchange ideas, share their experiences in making their SHG functional, including the obstacles they …

National Workshop of Self Help Group Organised by Rashtriya Sewa Bharati

Date: 1,2 & 3rd March 2013Venue: Birsa Sewa Prakalp,Jonha,Ranchi-Jharkhand�Ph : 0651-2250634

Sewabharti Medical camp for Mahashivratri pilgrims Srisailam

Sewabharati Prakasham Dist in association with Shivaji Spoorti Kendra has conducted a Medical camp for the pilgrims visiting Lord Shiva at the Pilgrim town of Srisailam.

Madhya Pradesh CM visits Anand Dham Old Age Home: sewabharti

On his birthday, the CM visited Anand Dham Old Age Home and sought senior citizens’ blessings. Chouhan’s wife Sadhna Singh was also present.

Chouhan said that blessings of seniors are like blessings of God. Senior citizens need love and support in twilight of their lives. The State Government is making efforts to ensure that there is hope and confidence in their lives. Schemes like Mukhyamantri Teerth-Darshan Yatra have been launched for senior citizens.

He wishes health and well-being of all. Institutions like Anand Dham are doing commendable work. Chouhan also inaugurated newly constructed rooms over there. Old age home’s Chairman RS Mishra and Sewa Bharti Secretary Pradeep Khandekar were also present. Later, he worshiped at Mata Mandir.


Sewa Sangam held in Guwahati-Assam

Sewa Sangam, a congregation of voluntary organisations of Assam State was held on 23, 24 February 2013 conducted by Sewa Bharati,Purbhanchal & inspired by Rashtriya Sewa Bharati.

In all 22 Voluntary organisations from all over Assam, represented by 135 delegates attended a two day brainstorming and exchange of experiences sessions.

The conference was inaugurated by retired IT Commissioner Sri. Jyotirmay Purkayastha. Sri.Sadhananand Maharaj of Bharath Seva Ashram Sangh lauded the work being done by Sewa Bharati,Purbanchal,Assam. Sri.Gurusharan Prasad,Joint Secretary of Rashtriya Sewa Bharati explained about the functions of Rashtriya Sewa Bharati. Sri. Kamini Mohan Sinha,Secretary, Sewa Bharati,Purbanchal gave a brief introduction about Sewa Sangam.

The attraction of the programme was the exhibition in which the VOs displayed the good work being done by them.

The valedictory was addressed by Sri.Suhas Hiremath,All India Sewa Pramukh and was presided over by Sri.P P Srivastava memb…

86 voluntary organisations participated: Sewa Sangam, Nagpur


86 voluntary organisations from all over Vidarbha participated in a 2 day Sewa Sangam, a congregation of VOs, held on 23,24 conducted by Lok Kalyan Samiti,Nagpur & inspired by Rashtriya Sewa Bharati.

Sri.Sureshji Joshi, Sarkaryavaha, RSS inaugurated the Sangam and called for concerted efforts by the VOs to uplift the downtrodden brothers & sisters of our society. Sri.Bhageerathji Sant and Sri.Suryaprakash Tonk,President,Rashtriya Sewa Bharati were also present on the occasion.

Earlier the exhibition depicting good work done by the attended organisations was inaugurated by Sri.Praveen Darade, IAS, Chairman, Nagpur Improvement Trust & Smt.Pallavi Daradl,IRS,Addl Commissioner Tribal Dev Corporation. Sri.Shankar Rao Papadkar, social worker was also present on the occasion.