Sewabharati Tamil Nadu: TRANSFORMATION THROUGH SEWA


Sadanai Sangamam, a conclave of sevavritis, was organised by the Sewa Bharati at Padmanabhapuram in Kanyakumari district on April 17. A total of 5,150 sewa workers, including 4,850 women and 300 men involved in various sewa activities attended the Sangamam.

Addressing the gathering, RSS Akhil Bharatiya Sewa Pramukh Shri Suhasrao Hiremath said the swayamsevaks today serve the society in the field of education, health, culture, social harmony, village development, etc. Out of 1,52,000 sewa projects carried out across the country, around 10,400 projects are being run in Tamil Nadu alone. “Through sewa we could see a rise in education, culture, economy, self-esteem and morality of socially backward people,” he said.
Swami Vivekananda’s thought of ‘Nar Sewa, Narayana Sewa’ is practically visible in the country today. Kanyakumari district has 1,940 villages and a total of 6,597 sewa projects are run in 1,550 villages of the district. Applauding these sewa activities, Shri Hiremath appealed to the workers to reach all the nook and corners of the district in coming days. Shri Vellimalai Swami Pujya Saidanyananda gave a call to check conversions. Shri Balachandran from Moogambigai Medical College, Dakshin Kshetra Sewa Pramukh Shri Padmakumar, Rashtriya Sewa Bharati organising secretary Shri Sundarlakshman, Sewa Bharati State president Shri Ramanhathan, BJP State joint organising secretary Shri Kesava Vinayakam, Prant Pracharak Shri Senthilkumar, Shri TS Vaikundam and Shri Kamaraj were also present on the occasion.          

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