Madhwanagar, Udupi October 30, 2012: Madhwanagar, the holy land where chief proponent of Tattvavāda  or Philosophy of Reality”, popularly known as the Dvaita (dualism) school of Hindu philosophy, Madhvacharya born, received warmly the RSS Pracharak Sitaram Kedilaya lead Bharat Parikrama Yatra on its 83rd day.

RSS leader Da Ma Ravindra walks along with Sitaram Kedilaya during Bharat Parikrama Yatra at Madhwanagar near Udupi Oct 30-2012

Da Ma Ravindra, RSS Kshethreeya Pracharak Pramukh, Chandrashekhar Bhandary, Senior Pracharak and Trustee of Vishwa Samvada Kendra Karnataka, Sudhakar, Mangalore Vibhag Pracharak,  T Shambhu Shetty, RSS Jilla Sanghachalak, Veteran Sangh Parivar leader Somashekhar Bhat,  Keshavaraya Prabhu, Vibhag Sah Seva Pramukh, VHP leaders Vivekananda Shenoy, Udupi MLA Raghupati Bhat and hundreds of Villagers participated in Bharat Parikrama padayatra which arrived in Madhwanagar from Pangala where Kedilaya stayed last night. Kedilaya received warm welcome, later planted a tree as routine. He addressed the media and shared his experiences so far, during his yatra in Kerala and coastal villages of Karnataka.

Launched on August 9 at Kanyakumari, Bharath Parikrama Yatra is aimed to uplift the rural Indian Life. The Yatra has a scheduled duration of 5 years, covering 15000km, reaching almost all districts of India. Sitaram Kedilaya, held the position of Akhil Bharatiya Seva Pramukh last year. Hailing from Salmara village of Puttur of Karnataka, Sitaram Kedilaya has rendered his service as an RSS Pracharak since 1970.

Warm welcome for Bharat Parikrama Yatra

Planting a tree, a routine event of Bharat Parikrama Yatra

With growing minds: Sitarama Kedilaya interacts with school students, shared his socio-environmental concerns. October 30-2012

BHARAT PARIKRAMA YATRA: Date and Villages

October 29: Paangala

October 30: Madhva Nagara

October 31: Uppooru

November 1: Matapady

November 2: Kodikanyana

November 3: Thekkatte

November 4: Vadera Hobli

November 5: Hemmaady

November 6: Gangolly

November 7: Naavunda

November 8: Uppunda

November 9: Shirooru

November 10: North Karnataka