Sunday, 27 January 2013

Samarpan-2013

NGO

Samarpan the program which is dedicated to all the Soldiers of India.Which is organised by Samanvaya Foundation and Sri Krishna Institute of Social Change, Shimoga, Karnataka.

On 28/01/13  morning for 3 hours i spent my time for My India by watching this program and the program came out really well and after so many days i got an opportunity to see such a beautiful program which i am waiting form many days. 

And i happen to meet the former Scientist of NASA and Vice-Chancellor of Kuvempu University Dr.K.Chidananda Gowda and Mrs.Tharini, Daughter of Jnanpith Award winner Kuvempu and Our Freedom Fighter.

For this program 10 colleges and 2 Dance Institution of shimoga is associated. The program is done by around 60 signers by singing the Patriotic Songs and Dance performed   by dance groups and the MC of the program The Samanvaya Foundation founder Mr. Kashi and he done a great job and songs are coordinated by Miss.Niveditha.

And the inspirational videos are truly inspired me and i hope for others also it is inspired.    

And the songs are still in my ears and i hope that other people who came also feels the same, and the breakfast Chunga Munga Bath was also good. 

The interesting fact about the program is, it stated from 6.45 AM, you believe or not in this winter cold weather also there are more than 150 to 200 people are witnessed this program and me and friends are totally enjoyed it and waiting for the Samarpan-2014.

At last, i congratulate all the members of Samanvaya Foundation and Sri Krishna Institute of Social Change, Shimoga, Karnataka for organizing this program.

AND,

I am Proud to be an INDIAN..         
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Friday, 25 January 2013

You meet a random person and start talking… What happens next?



You meet a random person and start talking… 

What happens next?

You meet a random person and start talking, what happens next? The question itself looks like suspense story.

Well for a next two minutes you’re going read about what happens next in my point of view.

When we meet a random or unknown person and start talking at first we introduce each other only and if we meet the same person again in some other event or place we actually get each other more than the first meeting after that  exchange the mobile number and become Friend in FB, and Follow in Twitter, and from that half way we reached by understanding the personality of that person and if the thinking and if both are like minding person and now from unknown person to we become friends and met again and attending some events and parties together and knowing better and understanding well and got closer much earlier, by that way both exchanged all the information about the personal, social and other things and helping each other in their problems, supporting, caring each other and visiting both homes and get to know each other more and over a month’s or year they will become BEST FRIENDS and their relationship will continuous like that if they understand each other only, if on that way any misunderstanding occurs may be the relationship between then will cut down and it won’t continue.

So at last what I am telling is please talk to unknown person may be he/she will become a good friend to you and if you missed that you may lose one good friend. And keep one point be with the likeminded people it is more helpful to you and you can also reach your goal with them.



HAPPY
From Unknown to Known


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Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Bhumi an NGO

Activity:
 Bhumi is one of India's largest independent youth volunteer non-profit organisation. Our volunteers work amongst orphaned and underprivileged children in Chennai, Thiruvallur, Bengaluru and Chandigarh with the aim of providing children with quality education and enable them to become responsible and productive citizens of the future. The efforts of our volunteer force consisting of over 300 students and young professionals under the age of 30 benefit over 2,500 children every year.

Details: 

1. Kanini Computer literacy programme involving teaching of basic and advanced concepts based on the children's aptitude levels.
Support: Education, Children, Environmental Conservation, Mentorship

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Green Dream Foundation


Green Dream Foundation, in collaboration with its partners will develop a sustainability education and advocacy platform for young people to raise their awareness of the why and how of climate change. Our objective is to inspire, educate, and promote personal behavior alternatives to carbon-intense consumption and lifestyle habits, and empower young people to play a significant role in developing climate change solutions. All our endeavors have the sole objective of bringing about change for a cleaner and a greener world.

Details:

 You can contact Abhishek Agarwal (Co-founder at Green Dream Foundation) at 9958866676 or abhishek@greendreamfoundation.org to discuss more about this.
Support: Green revolution, aforestation, anti-pollution, environmental awareness, reducing carbon footprint, recycling

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