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Yuva Prashikshan Shibir at Vivekananda Kendra Dadar

Vivekananda KendraYuva Prashikshan Shibir on 18th july 2015 @ Vivekananda kendra Dadar Branch. Total 70 students taken prashikshan of Swadhya varga (Study circle) and sanskar varga.

International Yoga Day Celebration at Nasik

Vivekananda KendraVivekananda Kendra Nashik had organized Yoga sessions for the students of Rabindranath Tagore Vidyalay and Kerela Ladies Forum Nashik on 21st June. Around 150 students came together and 45 ladies performed Yogasanas on the International Yoga Day.

Vimarsha and Pariwar Sammelan at Bhuvaneswar

Vivekananda KendraA Pariwar Sammelan was organised by VK Baleswar on 8th July 2015. The Pariwar Sammelan started with Bhajan Sandhya. Mananeeya Nivedita Didi talked about ‘Adarsha Pariwar’ on the occasion.  Around 100 well-wishers participated in the programme.

Talk at Baripada

Vivekananda KendraVK Baripada organised a deliberation on Oneness: India’s message to the world. The focus of this programme was on Janajati.

Vimarsha at Brahmapur

Vivekananda KendraVK Brahmapur organised Vimarsha (A dialogue for Creative Leaders) on 6th July 2015. The topic for the discussion was ‘The Ideal of Seva’. Mananeeya Niveditadidi  told about the concept of Real Seva – the formation of Ideal Social Order.

Sabar Seminar at Paralakhemundi

Vivekananda KendraUnder the aegis of VK- AICYAM, a seminar was organised on Traditional Systems of Sabar  (Saura) community of South Odisha. The seminar was organised on 4th July 2015 at Paralakhemundi,  headquarters of Gajapati district.

Yoga Instructor (Teachers) Course at Dadar

Vivekananda KendraVivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari, Dadar Branch started Yoga Instructor (Teachers) Course YIC from 6th july - 12th sept. 2015. Total 32 participants taken admission for course.Daily 2 hrs, 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm except Sunday sessions will be held.

Science workshop in Kashmir

Vivekananda KendraVivekananda Kendra Nagdandi Kashmir organised a week long Science workshop for the students of class VI to XII of various schools of Anantnag Dist along with the collaboration of Gyan Setu, Pune.

Endangered shells to Indic knowledge

This month newsletter we give you a bird's eye view of the endangered shells of the Gulf of Mannar area - of which Rameswaram is a part. This is in continuation with our green Rameswaram series on bio-diversity of the region. Apart from the shells or the molluscan species the coral reef also play a very crucial role in the safeguarding of the marine fish populations. It has been documented that in this biodiversity hot-spot fishes belonging to 27 families and 50 species live.

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