Showing posts from November, 2014

RSS Jankalyan Samiti distributes solar lamps to remote places: #Sewabharati Maharashtra

RSS Jankalyan Samiti providing solar lamps to remote places. This provides green source of light without depending on the electricity supply

#SewaVibhag of RSS conducts 1.60 lakh service activities across country: Bhayyaji Joshi

Lucknow, Oct 21: Service to the needy is ingrained in working style of Rashtriy Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the help being extended to flood-affected people of Jammu and Kashmir by the RSS swayamsevaks is an example of this attitude of RSS, said Suresh alias Bhayyaji Joshi here. Joshi was addressing the media persons following the three-day conclave of RSS Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal (ABKM) that concluded on Sunday here. He said that RSS swayamsevaks are running 1.60 lakh service projects across the length and breadth of the country catering to the needs of Dalits, backwards, and forest-dwellers living in utter poverty, distress and neglect by the society. Drawing attention to the problem of environment pollution he underlined that the problem was serious and the RSS would concentrate on generating awareness among the masses about water conservation and plantation through different programs. Commenting on the political change in the country he said that people of India have shown to …

Flood affected families of Rajouri district sharing their suffering with #SewaBharti #JKFLOODRELIEF team

After the relief work to the flood affected areas in J&K, Sewa Bharti J&K has moved forward in the rehabilitation process. As the rehabilitation in Kashmir has come to a grown-up stage, Sewa Bharti J&K rehabilitated the flood-affected families of Rajouri district with some construction materials like: cement, iron sheets, windows, doors, etc., and a cheque of Rs. 10,000 so that they can start building their broken houses as soon as possible. Sewa Bharti has also shake hands with the local communities like Gram Panchayat to make sure the rehabilitation should reach the needy people and the construction of houses should start sooner before the winter ends.

Group photos of flood affected people of Rajouri district.

Flood affected families of Rajouri district sharing their suffering with Sewa Bharti team

Flood affected people receiving construction material and Rs 10K cheque by Sewa Bharti J&K team

Treat patients as a form of God : Bhaiyaji Joshi at Bharat Vikas Parishad Hospital inauguration

RSS Sarkaryavah Bhaiyaji Joshi appeals doctors and nursing staff RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Bhaiyaji Joshi appealed to doctors and nursing staff to treat the patients considering them as a form of God. He was inaugurating a blood bank and a 20 room new OPD block at the Bharat Vikas Parishad Hospital in Kota on October 7. Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, Health Minister of the State Rajendra Singh Rathore and national president of Bharat Vikas Parishad Sitaram Parik were also present on the occasion.
Bharat Vikas Parishad runs a 200 bed multi specialty hospital in the city and treats about 1.75 lakh patients every year. About 50,000 patients are treated as in patient, while about two lakh patients avail the facilities of lab. The blood bank comprises of whole blood, component, platelets, plasma and SDP. The hospital also runs a handicapped facilitation centre, where hundreds of handicapped people are provided with limbs. Apart from it, about Rs 40 lakh are spent on different other he…

#SewaBharti distributes cheques among flood victims #JKFloodRelief

NOWSHERA : Sewa Bharti (Rajouri ) on Saturday distributed cheques to 33 families affected by flood at Nowshera.
A programme was organised in Thakurdwara Khoohwala, Nowshera under the supervision of Anusuyha of Jammu and Kashmir Branch in which the 33 such families were handed over cheque worth Rs 10,000 each. Vice President J and K Sewa Bharti Mohan Sanehi, Sat Pal, Rakesh, Satish, Joginder Chander Sahny and others were also present in the function.

#SewaBharti committed for encouraging character building & patriotism among youths : Kamal Sharma

Ferozepur, November 9: Sewa Bharti (Regd) organized three days State Level Bal Shivir at local Shaheed Bhagat Singh College of Nursing.

Kamal Sharma, President Punjab BJP, as Patron of Sewa Bharti, V.K.Sharma, Commissioner, Ferozepur-Faridkot Divisons as Chief Guest, Sandeen Singh Garha, SDM, Amrik Singh,DPRO Ferozepur and Fazilka, Dharampal Bansal, Patron Sewa Bharti & Naresh Kumar, President, were Guest of Honour of the evening.

The aim of organizing Bal Shivirs is to excel the hidden talent among the students and to attach them with the rich Indian culture apart from creating patriotism among them.

In this Bal Shivir, students from Moga, Abohar, Bhatinda, Kot Kapura, Jalalabad participated in good numbers and presented their skill art to entertain the audience.

Speaking on this occasion, Kamal Sharma said, Sewa Bharti is committed for encouraging character building & patriotism among youths apart from helping the poor.

V.K.Sharma, Commissioner appreciating the initiative of Sewa…

Haryana Governor inaugurates the annual ceremony of #SewaBharati in Chandigarh

Haryana Governor Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki lighting a traditional lamp at the annual ceremony of Sewa Bharti in Chandigarh

Haryana Governor Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki lighting a traditional lamp at the annual ceremony of Sewa Bharti in Chandigarh on September 7,2014.


Born on October 11, 1916 at Kadoli, Hingoli (Maharashtra)Elected to Lok Sabha - 1977Nominated for Rajya Sabha in 1999Honoured with Padma Vibhushan byRashtrapati APJ Abdul KalamDied on February 27, 2010 in Chitrakoot
Many times it has been said that the Lok Sabha elections of 2014 were very much similar to that of 1977. It is because after 30 years any non-Congress single party got majority in Lok Sabha this time, whereas in 1977 it was for the first time that the Congress was thrown out of power from the Centre after 30 years of Independence. One more similarity is that both the times youth played a major role in the change.

It is believed that Congress’ defeat in 1977 was the result of the atrocities perpetuated during the Emergency. But it was not complete truth. Congress lost power in the same manner as it lost this year—youth were very much frustrated from the Congress misrule. They were feeling that during three decades of Independence they were ignored and only the Congress leader…

#SewaBharati holds medical camp in Dassal : Jammu & Kashmir

Rajouri, November 3
Sewa Bharti (J&K), Branch Rajouri on Monday organised a 
medical camp in Pathan Morha area of village Dassal. 
The medical camp 
was organized by Mohan Snehi, Vice-President Sewa Bharti J&K in 
presence of Sewa Bharti Rajouri Branch President Mohinder Pal Sharma along with volunteers and villagers.
Speaking on the occasion, Mohinder Pal Sharma informed that series of such medical camps will be held in different area of the district in the coming days especially in the villages which were affected in the recent rains and floods in the month of September 2014. 
He further said that in the medical camp about 150 patients from the poor and needy families were given free consultation and medicines in which majority include women and children. He added that recently an ambulance was also donated by the Rajouri unit for the services of general public.
Sharma also appealed to the doctors and pharmaceutical dealers in the Rajouri district through the medium of press to dona…


The cyclone, Hudhud, severely hit three districts of Andhra Pradesh, Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram and Srikakulam. Although, the north-east monsoon affects every year the coastal areas of Bay of Bengal during October-November, this year the devastation is huge. Visakhapatnam is the worst hit. 

The devastating winds started blewing from October 11 night with the speed ranging between 180-260 kmph, causing unimaginable damage to the greenery in the region. The fishermen lost their nets and boats in addition to their houses. The roof top of the city aerodrome blewn out completely. Houses were lifted and thrown several yards away. Several industries including the steel plant was paralysed. Nearly 6,000 electric poles in the city and 30,000 in the three districts along with several transformers either got bent, broke or were uprooted. Not a single street is found without fallen trees and uprooted electric poles. Communication towers were also blown off.

The government had taken excellent steps…