Monday, August 24, 2015
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Vivekananda Kendra, Tinsukia branch organized one multi-speciality medical camp in Rajgarh Ali Tea Estate of Tinsukia district of Assam on 16th August. A team of four doctors and paramedical staffs rendered their service to the tea tribes of the area and nearby villages. Total 541 patients were examined in the day long camp and free medicines were distributed accordingly. Before the camp an awareness meeting was also conducted, mainly on nutritional deficiencies. Dr.S.D.Singh, a physiotherapist from Tinsukia delivered a lecture on calcium and vitamin deficiency. A talk was delivered on Iodine Deficiency also. Dr.Prema from Mumbai also talked with the female patients and guided them on Anemia and other health issues. The local unit of All Adivasi Student Union volunteered the team.
Independence Day - 15 August 2015 was celebrated in a grand manner in our school campus.The Chief Guest Brahma kumar Heddan Bhrama Kumarikal Organization, Vallioor Branch hoisted the National flag. Brother Brahma Kumar Velu Bhrama Kumarikal Organization was the special guest. Students from all the level participated in Band Display. Students made the celebration a grand one by presenting different programmes as Bharathanatyam, different kinds of exercises, Yoga, Karate, Hoops, and Pyramid. Speeches about freedom in Tamil and English were delivered by the Students. Inspiring speeches were given by our honourable guests and they awarded prizes to the students who scored more than 90% marks during the last academic year. After the celebration, sweets were distributed to students and parents. Our School correspondent Shri. S.K. Subramanian arranged the function in a grand one.
Vivekananda Kendra organized a Spiritual Retreat from 8th to 14th August 2015. 61 people participated from 11 states named Tamilnadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra, Odisha, West Bengal, Assam, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra. All Participants were divided in to 6 ganas named Nyaya, Vaisheshik, Saankhya, Yog, Mimansa and Vedanta, in which sisters in two ganas and brothers four. The medium of the Shibir was Hindi. Daily routine started with wake at 4.30 a m and ended with light off at 10.00 p m. Sessions in between were prathasmaran, Gita Pathan, Loosening exercises, simple Aasanas, Surya Namaskar, Pranayama, Shram Samskar, Lecture sessions, Group discussion, Songs and Chanting Practice, Omkar Dhyan, Cyclic Meditation, In tune with Nature, Bhajan Sandhya and Aananda Mela.
Subjects for the lecture sessions were Concept of Spirituality, Purposeful Life, Kendra Prarthana, Story of Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Karma Yoga, Bhagavad Gita, Swami Vivekananda, V K- a Thought Movement, Kendra Activities and Shri Shankaracharya. Group discussions were on selected chapters from Sadhana of Service and Rousing call to the Hindu Nation. They also visited the Exhibitions and Vivekananda Rock Memorial. Videos on VKV Tafrogam, Construction of Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Prime Minister’s speech on the occasion of MEJSP Inauguration and Eknathji were also shown.
In Geet Abhyas, songs on Ma. Eknathji, mantras, slokas and patriotic songs were practiced. Incidents from the life of Ma. Eknathji, games or video show, Hanuman Chalisa and Aatmaavalokan were in Aanandamela.
In Samapan Satra, Ma. Balakrishnanji gave udbodhan on Thyaga and Seva and asked all the participants to associate with Vivekananda Kendra and its activities. Shibir concluded with Kendra Prayer.