Showing posts from November, 2013

Sewa Bharati Purbanchal organised ‘Arogya Chetna Shivir’

Guwahati: In a first of its kind event in north-eastern region, Sewa Bharati Purbanchal organised Arogya Chetna Shivir in Guwahati from November 8 to 10. More than 2000 Arogya Rakshaks working in 1700 villages of north-eastern states joined the Shivir and pledged to speed up the work in all the villages of the region. Today, about 5000 Arogya Rakshaks are rendering primary health services in remote villages of the region. The event was the outcome of six months preparations.
Arogya Chetana Shivir The camp began by lighting the traditional lamp by noted Satradhikar Shri Shri Janardhandev Goswami. RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Bhaiyaji Joshi, Deputy Principal of Guwahati Medical College Dr Umesh Sharma and Principal of Guwahati Ayurvedic College Dr Dhaneshwar Kalita were also present on the occasion. Dr Dilip Sarkar presided over the inaugural ceremony, while RSS Kshetra Pracharak Shri Ulhas Kulkarni delivered the keynote address.
Shri Janardhandev Goswami spoke about the challenge…

13 injured as bus rams wall near Sabarimala; Sevabharathi Activists swing into action

13 injured as bus rams wall near Sabarimala-Sevabharathi Activists swung into action Saranam Ayyappa
The pilgrims who were injured in the accident near Laha undergo treatment at the General Hospital in Pathanamthitta on Thursday. Photo: Leju Kamal  As many as 13 pilgrims from Karnataka have been hospitalised with injuries they sustained when their bus rammed a wayside wall near Laha on the Pathanamthitta-Pampa main trunk road leading to Sabarimala on Thursday afternoon.Sevabharathi volunteers reached the spot and provided relief and medical aid including First aid.
According to the police, the incident occurred around 1 p.m. The bus was carrying 59 passengers. Seven passengers who were injured were given first aid at the Community Health Centre at Perinad. All the 13 pilgrims who appeared to have sustained serious injuries were rushed to the General Hospital in Pathanamthitta. One of them, identified as…

Ekal Vidyalayas celebrate Silver Jubilee

A View of Silver Jubilee program of Ekal Vidyalaya, at town filed, Kokrajhar (BTAD), Assam

#Sewa Bharati's Annual Health-Mission in NorthEast started.

11th Nov 2013
Bharati's Annual Health-Mission in NorthEast started.
Seva Bharathi organised 'Arogya Chetana Shibir' in Guwahati

Tents of Arogya Chetana Sibir for Sewa Karyakartas... for Next 3 days all the karyakartas will stay in Tents at Khanapara Guwahati. Organised by Seva Bharati Purbanchal

 'Arogya Chetana Shibir' @ Guwahati

National Award to The Society for the welfare of Differently abled persons Education & research center, Pune

Ministry of Social justice & empowerment National Award 2012 to The Society for the welfare of Differently abled persons Education & research center, Pune


As the cyclone struck, it was the Sangh Volunteers who under the banner of Utkal Bipanna Sahayata Samiti (UBSS) spontaneously came out of their homes to extend a hand of love and support to the people in distress. The cyclone with a gale speed of 200 km per hour and heavy rains ravaged Ganjam and affected 11 districts—bringing distruction and depression everywhere. Though the Government claimed they did an exemplary work by evacuating lakhs of people to safety before the cyclone could really struck, it was the Sangh Volunteers who did the actual work. At places like Paikabasa in Mayurbhanj district, 5,000 people were evacuated saving them from devastating flood. In rescue, relief or cleaning up of roads for communication, the Sangh Volunteers were on the forefront. Spread over 5 critically affected districts, the Volunteers served cooked food to more than 4,000 people who would have gone hungry without Sangh intervention. Durgadevi and Dhabasila in Balasore district, Ary…