Vanavasi Kalyan organises Sthapana Divas -Foundation DayDate posted: January 2, 2012 | Short URL: https://samvada.org/?p=7329 | Share:
Vanavasi Kalyana – Bengaluru has organised an event “Pariwar Sahal” program in connection with its Sthapana Divas (Foundation Day)
Date: Sunday, 8th January 2012
Time: 9.30 am to 5pm
Place: Janaseva Junior College, Janaseva Vidya Kendra, 20th Km. Magadi Road. Bengaluru.
Sri Narayan Dev , All India Sampark Pramuk- VKA, will be with us on this occasion
Key Note address by
Sri N V Raghuram – Chairman, Yoga Bharati, USA
There will be interactive sessions, group discussions, and games. Lunch and evening Tea will be provided.
We request you to kindly mail or call on the below contacts and confirm your participation well in advance in order to make necessary arrangements.
Venkatesh Nayak 94800 75149 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please take this opportunity to introduce new people to the social cause “Empower the Tribes of our Nation”.
a request from
Bengaluru City Committee
“Vanasri” 1435/36, 2nd Cross, 5th A Main, D Block, 2nd Stage, Rajajinagar, Bengaluru- 560010 Ph.080 – 23420844, 2620081. email: email@example.com, www.vanavasikalyan.org
ABOUT VANAVASI KALYAN:
The Vanavasi Kalyan Ashram is an organisation working for the socio-economic upliftment and development of India’s indigenous tribes in the remote tribal areas of India. The Ashram has been undertaking a series of programs in remote tribal villages. It has branches all over the country. In its 2002 annual convention, held at Varanasi, its national president informed the press that the organization has launched several welfare schemes for the development of the tribes at 8955 places in 312 districts of the country under the supervision of 1203 full-time workers. These schemes aim at development in agriculture, health, child education, sports, and culture. Most such districts have primary schools and in many places residential schools, hostels, libraries and health centers. Among the several annual events, the important ones include medical camps, traditional sports, and celebration of tribal festivals.