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Rural Development Programme September Month Activities

1.  “Sri Rama Jaya Rama” Mantra was chanted during Deepa Pooja, Shivalinga Pooja and daily by our Balwadi school children, cultural class students and during monthly meetings by our Balwad

Coral Reefs to Ecological Economics

The coral reefs of Rameshwaram are an important part of the sacred geography. They also have a great evolutionary history. They provide a prominent support for the Gulf of Mannar biodiversity. However today they are facing many threats mainly due to the pollution and global warming. We provide a glimpse into some interesting aspects of the Rameshwaram coral reefs. The coral reefs have been there for millions of years. Home to many organisms the marine biodiversity is heavily dependent on the coral reefs and they had also protected the population from the 2004 Tsunami.

Onam Celebration at kanyakumari

Onam is a Hindu festival celebrated by the people of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The festival commemorates the Vamana avatar of Vishnu and the subsequent home coming of the legendary emperor mahabali.

Spiritual Retreat August 2014

Spiritual Retreat of this year, started from the evening of 07.08.2014, Thursday with Bhajan Sandhya. Mananeeya Praveenji formally inaugurated the Shibir in the morning of 8.08.2014.

Gokulastmi and Rakshabandhan celebration

Krishna Jeyanthi is celebrated on the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha of the month of shravana in the Hindu calendar.

68th Independence Day Celebration

15th August is a golden day in the history of our nation. It was on this day in 1947, that India achieved her independence from foreign rule.

Hide and Seek with Teerthams

This month we have exciting report on Dharmar Teertham. After identifying the Teertham area which was a plain sand dune and after the initial ceremonies, we started digging. And we discovered a huge beautiful traditional water body emerging as the sand dune got cleared. The centuries old structure made with lime mixture has a wonderful finishing touch and is mostly intact even after centuries of being buried under the sand dune. In the Green Rameshwaram project we have a host of works done by our team of workers at Rameshwaram.

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