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Cattle Management to Gandhian Economics

This month we show you how the local cattle of Rameshwaram can be nurtured and the local bio-diversity turned into an asset by using the local traditions like feeding the cow. The Rameshwaram cow is a dwarf variety cow and is unique.

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas Arunachal Pradesh Trust December Month Report

There is an air of wishing New Year everywhere! In our country there are many new year day.  Some of them are   Ugadi, Rongali Bihu, Gudi Padwa, Puthandu, Vishu, Navreh, Vishuva Sankranti, Cheti Chand, Chaitti etc. All these celebrations have the common things like sharing of joy having religious significance and a unique message for each. Even though the present New Year Celebration in January has one important aspect that is the sharing of Joy, we can add many more dimensions to it to make it more meaningful.

Vivekananda Kendra Shiksha Prasar Vibhag Organises 3rd Veenapani Lalit Kala Samaroh

The 3rd Veenapani Lalit Kala Samaroh was inaugurated on 24 December in the campus of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya Tezpur by Prof. Pradip Jyoti Mahanta, Dean, School of Humanities and Social Science, Tezpur University. The occasion was also graced by Su. Nivedita Vidhe, Vice President Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari. Ma.. Pravin Davolkar, Jt. Gen. Secretary Vivekananda Kendra. Nineteen (19) schools participating in the five day cultural meet took part in the inaugural ceremony holding placard and flag of respective schools. The samaroh was formally declared open by Ma.

Medical Camps at Shergaon

Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti recently organized a few free medical camps at Khalaktang circle of West Kameng district, Arunachal Pradesh.

VKNARDEP November Month Newsletter

15The importance of coral reefs for fishing in the Rameshwaram island. If coral reefs disappear then fish populations are affected. If fish populations dwindle then fishing communities are affected. Fishing communities  being an integral part of the socio-ecological fabric of the island the adverse impact on their livelihood shall disrupt the social fabric of the island.

Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas Arunachal Pradesh Trust November Month Report

It was veritably a great opportunity for me to listen directly to the Hon’ble Prime Minister of our country at New Delhi in the National Level Launching of Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parva. The everlasting experience gives a great conviction for the need of ‘Man Making”. The fact that a poor lad who sold tea in the streets has become the most respected Prime Minister of our country and one of the popular faces in the world also surges an inspiring spark in all of us.

Elocution Competition at Wokha in Nagalend

ElocutionCompetition1An Elocution Competition was organized at Don Bosco Higher Secondary School in Wokha, Nagaland by Vivekananda Kendra on 28th of November 2014 which is a part of the series of activities, planned to be conducted to commemorate the Birth Centenary of Mananeeya Eknathji Ranade From 19th November 2014 November to 19th November 2015 Nov

VKRDP Monthly Report October 2014

1. “Sri Rama Jaya Rama” Mantra was chanted during Deepa Pooja, Shivalinga Pooja and daily by our Balwadi school children, cultural class students and during monthly meetings by our Balwadi teachers and Social Workers. Every month nearly 7, 68,538 times mantras were chanted in 84 localities.

Medical Camps at Tirap and Changlang

Vivekananda Kendra Arun jyoti conducted 11 medical camps in Tirap and Changlang districts of Arunachal Pradesh in the month of November 2014.

Rural Development Programme September Month Activities

1.  “Sri Rama Jaya Rama” Mantra was chanted during Deepa Pooja, Shivalinga Pooja and daily by our Balwadi school children, cultural class students and during monthly meetings by our Balwad

Coral Reefs to Ecological Economics

The coral reefs of Rameshwaram are an important part of the sacred geography. They also have a great evolutionary history. They provide a prominent support for the Gulf of Mannar biodiversity. However today they are facing many threats mainly due to the pollution and global warming. We provide a glimpse into some interesting aspects of the Rameshwaram coral reefs. The coral reefs have been there for millions of years. Home to many organisms the marine biodiversity is heavily dependent on the coral reefs and they had also protected the population from the 2004 Tsunami.

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