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VKV's in Arunachal Pradesh : January 2012

Namaskar and Maha Shivaratri greetings from Breezy Meadows.


How do we define Bravery? Is it simply about accomplishing the impossible or is it showing no fear of dangerous situations?This poem gives an idea about bravery:

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“Some think bravery is living without fear 

But that is not true

Bravery is living despite the fear

Even though you’re scared to death”


The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them- danger, death etc. and yet notwithstanding, go out to meet it. Our country has produced galaxies of brave sons and daughters.

Matri Puja conducted at VKV Jairampur

Matri Puja conducted at VKV JairampurClass 10 and Class 12 students of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Jairampur performed Matri Puja on 4th February 2012. The parents included teachers of Govt.schools and prominent personalities of Jairampur. All were happy to see their own children moved highly by the preparatory speech given by Kum B Radha Devi, Joint Secretary of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalayas Arunachal Pradesh.

Matri Puja conducted at VKV Kharsang

Matri Puja conducted at VKV KharsangThe Matri Puja was conducted in VKV Kharsang on 5th February 2012. 47 out of 50 students of class 10 performed the Puja to their mothers. The 90 minutes long programme ended with sharing of experience by the parents and students.

Let’s Play Exam-Exam : Itanagar Students

Students performing yoga asanasVivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti organized a workshop entitled “Let’s play exam-exam” for the students of Vivekananda Residential Public school of Itanagar on 31 Jan to 4 Feb in order to prepare them mentally, physically and psychologically fit for writing various kinds of exams in their life.

Volunteers provided by Vivekananda Kendra to work in fair of Parshuramkunda

ITANAGAR: Nearly 75,000 devotees, including sadhus from across the country, took a holy dip in Parshuram Kund in Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh on the occasion of Makar Sankranti on Sunday. The pilgrims, mostly from Nepal, Manipur, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, had been gathering at the site since January 13, said R K Sharma, Lohit deputy commissioner, in a communique on Monday.

Personality Development Camp at Rupa, Arunachal Pradesh

Personality Development CampPersonality Development CampVivekananda Kendra, Arun Jyoti Rupa branch have conducted One Day Personality Development Camp at Govt. Higher Sec. School, Nafra.94 students delightly participated in this camp.Ex M.P Kiren Rijiju was the chief guest, he told the students that to follow the ideals of Swamiji’s to know the light of life. E.A.C. of Nafra was the Guest of honour of this camp. The main motto of this camp was to develop personality & to unfold the real potential within them, which is present in each soul as said by Swamiji’s.

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