RSS Tamilnadu: Sangh Shiksha Varg concludes at HosurDate posted: May 27, 2012 | Short URL: https://samvada.org/?p=9637 | Share:
Hosur, Tamilnadu: The First Year Sangha Siksha Varga of Uttar Tamilnadu was held at Maharishi Vidya Mandir School, Hosur, Krishnagiri Jilla from 2nd May to 23rd May, 2012. A total of 205 Shikshaarthis participated in the camp. Sri P M Ravikumarji, Saha Pranth Pracharak, Uttar Tamilnadu was the Palak Adhikari of the Camp. Shikshaarthis from various fields have participated from all 19 jillas.
Inauguration of the Camp: The camp was formally inaugurated by Sri Loganathan, Secretary of Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Hosur and Sri Venkataramana, Secretary of Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Hosur. Shri D.Shankar, Pranta Shareerik Pramukh spoke on what is expected from the Sikhsharthis. Sri Annayappaji, Jilla Sanghachalak was the Varga Adhikari. Sri Srikanth, Auditor and the President of the Reception Committee, Sri Sambamurthy Ji, Prantha Saha Karyawah, Uttar Tamilnadu were on the dias.
Public Function: The Public function. which was held on 22ndMay 2012, started with pradarshan by the Sikkshartis wherein various skills like Dhanda, Yoga, Niyuddha, Samatha, Ghosh etc., were exhibited. Ma.Annayappaji, Vargha Adhikari delivered the welcome address and Sri Rajanji, Pranta Sampargha Pramukh gave a brief report of the Sangha Siksha Vargha. Sri Ramakrishna Prasad Ji, Prantha Boudhik Pramukh addressed the large gathering in Telugu since Hosur town consisted of large section of Telugu speaking people. He narrated few examples on how Sangh has been bringing transformation in the lives of swayamsevaks in the camp and outside in spite of the gloomy atmosphere in the country. He also appealed to the locals to participate in the Sangh work. Sri Prakash, Chennai Vibhag Saha Karyawah addressed the gathering in Tamil. He appealed to the locals to see to it that a padasanchalan is held during the coming year as the same was denied by the police authorities. He also requested them to celebrate the 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda in a grand manner.