Bagalakote Karnataka Aug 16, 2015: Attended by a total of 921 delegates from 338 villages of 16 districts (Sangh Jilla) of Karnataka Uttara Pranth, the 2-day ‘Gram Vikas Varg’ was concluded successfully on Sunday evening. The unique kind of conclave was organised by Gram Vikas Vibhag of RSS Karnataka Uttara Unit at Basaveshvara Mangala Karyalaya of Bagalakote.

RSS Akhil Bharatiya Vyavastha Pramukh Mangesh Bhende addressing

RSS Akhil Bharatiya Vyavastha Pramukh Mangesh Bhende addressing

RSS Akhil Bharatiya Vyavastha Pramukh Mangesh Bhende delivered the valedictory address. Shyam Kumar, RSS Kshetreeya Pracharak was present.

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On Saturday August 15th, the 2-day conclave for comprehensive rural development was inaugurated by veteran Organic farmer, octogenarian  Tammannappa Budni at Basaveshvara Mangala Karyalaya of Bagalakote.

At 7.45 am, the national flag was hoisted, participants and RSS functionaries offered salutes to the tricolour celebrating 69th Independence Day on the same occasion,

During the inaugural Dr Dinesh. Akhil Bharatiya Samyojak of Gram Vikas Project  and Prof Khageshan Pattanashetty, Pranth Sanghachalak of Karnataka Uttara were present. Pranth Pracharak Shankaraananda delivered the key note address.

On this occasion Pranth Sah-Karyavaaha Shreedhar Nadgir gave verbal tributes to the recently passed away personalities like Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Veteran Poet Dr Kayyara Kinhanna Rai Rai and senior RSS Prachaarak Na. Krishnappa.

Dr Dinesh, Akhil Bharatiya Samyojak of Gram Vikas Project addressing

Dr Dinesh, Akhil Bharatiya Samyojak of Gram Vikas Project addressing

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A total of 921 delegates from 338 villages of 16 districts (Sangh Jilla) including 120 women and 801 men are participating in this Gram Vikas Varg,

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Various are sessions about entrepreneurs training session, success stories on rural development, videos of Seva activities, inspiring social projects, few personalities who are successfully heading rural development projects, special initiatives like ‘my village, my dream’ were introduced to the participants.

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