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Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda

152nd birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda was celebrated in Dibrugarh by Vivekananda Kendra on 12th January’2015 with

Yuva Prashikshan Shibir at Saumar Bhoomi

A yearlong program is going on in the various place of country in the occasion of Mananeeya Ekanthji Janma Shati Parva.

Personality Development Camps at Dibrugarh

A three and half hour PDC camp was held for the school students at Vivekananda Kendra, Dibrugarh on 1.02.2015.There were 20 students participated in the camp. 

VKIC Foundation Day

01/31/2015 17:00
Asia/Calcutta

Vivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture
cordially invites you with family and friends
to celebrate the

VKIC Foundation Day, 2015

Various activities in Tejpur, Assam

Pariwar Sammelan was organized on the occasion of the Swami Vivekananda Jayanti. Total 120 participants. Dr R N pal Vibhag sanchalak was the chief speaker on the occasion.

Aanadalaya Yuva Sammelan

There was anandalaya yuva samelan in assam. Acharayas attanted the samelan from the various part of assam.

A Yuva Samaroh was organized at Marioni

A Yuva Samaroh was organized ar Marioni for 1200 youth. These youth were from Tea Gardens of Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, Sivasagar Jorhat and Golaghat District. A team of 8 Karyakartas were trained to conduct a workshop.- ( Games, Song and Story of Rock Memorial) they conducted 45 workshops in Tea Gardens for college youth and even Non college youth. These informal workshops were the source of Youth in this Samaroh.

MEJSP Launching programme at Guwahati

Vivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture organized Launching Programme on 19th Nov. 2014 Sri Dipok Kr Borthakur, All India Chairman of Mananeeya Eknathji Janmshati Parva Samity was the chief speaker.

Swami Vivekananda Statue Inauguration progamme

01/11/2015 11:00
Asia/Calcutta

Bihu celebration in VKV Dirugarh

01/13/2015 09:00
01/15/2015 15:30
Asia/Calcutta

Bhogali Bihu, or Magha Bihu, is the harvest festival of Assam and is observed in the Assamese month of Magh (January). Magh Bihu 2015 date is January 15. ‘Bhogali’ means ‘feasting’ in Assamese and is a two-day festival and dedicated to Lord Agni, the Hindu fire god. Uruka is the first day of the Bhogali Bihu festival and it is on January 14, 2015. On the first day of the Bhogali Bihu festival, known as Uruka, young men construct ‘mejis’ or ‘bhelaghars’ with bamboo and wood pieces in farmland or open spaces.

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