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PM Modi tribute for RSS leader Eknath Ranade

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday attended the Eknath Ranade Birth Centenary celebrations at Vigyan Bhawan as chief guest.

Praising the RSS leader, Modi said it was an honor for him to get a chance to pay tribute to a great leader who has always been a source of inspiration. "In perfection I doubt that anyone in the Sangh parivar can match Eknathji. He had a unique style of writing daily diary, he wrote conversations he had with people and point out things he could learn from it," he said.

Invoking Ranade's ideals, PM tells youth to make life 'Sarthak'

NEW DELHI, Nov 9 (Agencies): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today invoked the life and struggle of RSS ideologue Eknath Ranade to urge the youth to make their life meaningful rather than be just successful and cited the example of Bill Gates to bring home the point.

Saluting the contributions of Ranade who lived by the teachings of Swami Vivekananda, the Prime Minister hoped that Ranade's ideals of "one life, one mission" will inspire the youths to join in nation-building and fulfil Swamiji's dreams.

PM Narendra Modi attributes formative learning to Eknath Ranade, urges youth to do the same

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a peep into his early days as a swyamsevak on Sunday, saying how he learnt the difference between a successful and a meaningful life. At the birth centenary celebrations of Eknath Ranade, RSS leader who founded the Vivekananda Kendra, Modi said it was from him that he learnt the importance of a "sarthak" (meaningful) life, not merely a "safal" (successful) one. "This is a lesson the youth must imbibe," Modi said.

PM attends inaugural ceremony of Mananeeya Eknath Ranade Janm Shati Parva. PM: Let our lives be not just successful (Safal), but also meaningful (Saarthak)

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today described the Late Shri Eknath Ranade as a person who inspired us to make life not just successful (Safal), but also meaningul (Saarthak). He was speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the 'Mananeeya Eknath Ranade Janm Shati Parva' in New Delhi today.

Shri Narendra Modi said Shri Eknath Ranade should inspire us to create an India that is both bhavya (prosperous) and divya (spiritual). He said India's poor seek prosperity, and the world seeks spirituality from India.

Let our lives be not just successful (Safal), but also meaningful (Saarthak)

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today described the Late Shri Eknath Ranade as a person who inspired us to make life not just successful (Safal), but also meaningul (Saarthak). He was speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the 'Mananeeya Eknath Ranade Janm Shati Parva' in New Delhi today.

Shri Narendra Modi said Shri Eknath Ranade should inspire us to create an India that is both bhavya (prosperous) and divya (spiritual). He said India's poor seek prosperity, and the world seeks spirituality from India.

Mananeeya Eknathji Janmasati Parva Roing

The teachers of VKV –Roing  along with Hostellers had witness the  inaugural function of Mananaya Eknathji janmasati Samaroha from vigyan Bhabhan ,New delhi which was shown as live in INDIA TV.

No of student present : 130
No of teacher present : 18

Relief Programme at Visakhapatnam

On the auspicious occasion of Kartik Ekadashi, Monday, 3 Nov.2014 evening, Vivekananda Kendra Telangana-Andhra Pradesh Prant held the first of relief programmes for those affected by the recent Hudhud cyclone. 10-litre steel water containers ['Binndelu' in Telugu] were distributed to 60 families, mostly daily wage earners and labourers in the premises of Swami Vivekananda Svachchanda Seva Samstha [SVSSS], One-Town area, Visakhapatnam. The needy families were identified by the SVSSS.

Eknathji : One life – One Mission : Film Trailer Launched

On the occasion of Shri Eknathji Ranade’s birth centenary celebrations, Vivekananda Kendra,Kanyakumari is producing a bio-pic on his inspired life in the name of “Eknathji: One life – One Mission”. The film, set in the backdrop of Shri Eknathji’s life from the 1920s to 1980, is directed by Sudarshan Aravamudhan and Manoj Krishnan, visualised by Cinematographer, Padmesh Marthandan. The music is being rendered by A.S. Ram.

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