Day-99: Kasarakode Villagers welcomes Bharat Parikrama Yatra

Kasarakode, Uttara Kannada Dist Nov 15, 2012: RSS Pracharak Sitarama Kedilaya lead Bharat Parikrama Yatra has reached Kasarakode village of Uttara Kannada district on its 99th day. Villagers welcomed Kedilaya with a traditional floral garland. Hundreds of villagers participated in Padayatra and the Satsang held at the evening, got inspired by Kedilaya’s speech on Gram Vikas.

RSS Kshethreeya Boudhik Pramukh V Nagaraj walks with Sitaram Kedilaya during Bharat Parikrama Yatra -Kasarakode November-15-2012

RSS top functionaries including RSS Kshethreeya Boudhik Pramukh V Nagaraj walked with Sitaram Kedilaya during Bharat Parikrama Yatra from Bailooru to Kasarakode.

Bharat Parikrama Yatra -Kasarakode November-15-2012
Goupooja performed early morning at Bailooru, then Bharat Parikrama Yatra left for Kasarakode November-15-2012

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.


November 15:  Kasarakode

November 16: Karki

November 17:  Handigona

November 18:  Deevagi

November 19:  Kodkani

November 20:  Betkuly

November 21:  Madanakeri

November 22: Chandumata 

November 23:  Alagery

November 24:  Avarsa

November 25: Amadally

November 26: Beenaga

November 27:  Devabagh

November 28: to GOA state. (Konkan Pranth)

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