Showing posts from June, 2014


The annual training camp of Sewa Bharati Tamil Nadu concluded with an impressive public function at Korattur Vivekananda Vidyalaya in Chennai onMay 26. The trainees demonstrated various physical activities like yoga, Kollattam, Bhajans, games, etc. Shri Sai Sundar, an industrialist, while presiding over the function emphasised on collective strength, which is bigger than individual strength. Shri HS Govinda, Kshetra Pracharak Pramukh, emphasised on sewa attitude and explained why a healthy society is required. He also explained what constituted sewa. He said sewa should not be driven by pity gains but should be viewed as a duty. When it is viewed in this manner, sewa becomes a duty. He said we must perform sewa with the objective that it should help the deprived section of the society. A total of 74 trainees attended the camp.

7 Poor students clear IIT-JEE via ‘TAPAS’ ; a unique initiative of Rashtrotthana Parishat, Bangalore

Bangalore June 27: A son of a daily-wage construction laborer topping the IIT-JEE entrance exam? Son of daily wage earners getting into the top notch and premier technical universities of the country? Are situations like these possible these days? Yes! Why not? When noble institutions like ‘TAPAS‘, an intiative of RSS inspired Rashtrotthana Parishat Bangalore; take up yeoman tasks of uplifting sections of the society such miracles do happen! Do read further…Prashanth, son of a construction worker and Ragahavendra Valmiki, son of a daily wage earner always dreamed of studying in India’s premier technological institutions like the IIT but their financial background and conditions at home threatened to derail their dreams. Thousands of such bright young minds have such dreams but are forced to hold back due to their financial and social status. But today Prashanth, having secured the 255th rank and Ragahavendra Valmiki getting the 1007th rank in IIT-JEE have ensured a promising future th…

Seva Bharathi: Navachethana Communication Development Centre will treat autistic children

"A child with autism sees things differently than we do. Perceives things in a different light. Can perceive things in ways we could never imagine¡¨- Unknown "The Autism Awareness Ribbon - The puzzle pattern of this ribbon represents the mystery and complexity of autism. The different colours and shapes represent the diversity of people and families living with autism. The brightness of the ribbon signals hope- hope through researching and increasing awareness in people like you¡¨ -Single Mothers of Children with Autism.
"Being different is what sets you apart from everybody else in this world. It allows you to be unique. It allows you to process information in ways that people will never understand, and see things in ways that others would find unimaginable. It allows you to break free from the mould of society. You are not the same as anybody else, yet you are no different to anybody else. You are YOU¡K- Autistic-ally Beautiful.
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