Monday, January 16, 2017

Statement of Shri J Nandakumar (Akhil Bharatiya Sah Prachar Pramuk of RSS)

Smt Vimala died today after battling burn injuries as a result of her house being set on fire on December 28th 2016 by CPM workers. Her tragic death is yet another entry to a growing list of atrocities that are being perpetuated by CPM cadre, emboldened by the return of their party to political power in the 2016 Kerala assembly elections. Since CM Pinarayi has taken office there has been an alarming trend of CPM cadre attacks on women and children. Smt Vimala is the latest victim of this organized savagery. In the absence of any decisive action by the state government and law enforcement agencies, the political violence has been intensified and been emboldened, by the dual strategies of strategic silence and open encouragement (reported in media reports) by the party leaders. Today, this strategy a young vibrant women her life under the most barbaric circumstances, where her existence was reduced to a mound of burnt flesh. She died not wishing to live anymore.

Words of condemnation are inadequate when faced with a state facilitated politicide, which is organized and relentless in its targeting of not only political and ideological opponents, but also their families and children. This brutal suppression of the principles of democracy, constitutional and human rights as well as free expression, has no place in democratic India.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Eminent Tamizh Scholars Thiru Ooran Adigalar, President, Samarasa Sanmarga Araichi Nilayam, Dr. Ma Ve Pasupathi, Tamizh Poet and Dr. Kalanithi, Desiya Chinthanai Kazhagam spoke in one voice emphasizing the need to bring out facts of Indian Scientific tradition enshrined in both Tamizh and Samskrit texts.  They were deliberating at the 'Thiruvalluvar Day' function organized jointly by Samskrita Bharati and Desiya Chinthanai Kazhagam.   
Dr. Kalanithi, in particular, called for ancient Indian discoveries in the field of astronomy while Thiru OoranAdigal came out with a little known fact that Ramalinga Swamigal (Vallalar) had started a Patashala to spread Tamizh, Samskrit and English 150 years ago in Vadalur, Cuddalore District.  

Dr. Ma Ve Pasupathi emphasized the need to bring national oneness with an emphasis on linguistic variety.
Dr.R Ramachandran, Vice President, Samskrita Bharati welcomed the gathering. Pongal special issue 'Kandeepam' a literary quarterly was released on the occasion.  Shri Ma Ko Chi Rajendran, Organizer, Desiya Chinthanai Kazhagam thanked the audience.  

Friday, January 13, 2017

Jallikattu, an ancient sport has many references in Sangam literature to Eru Thazhuvuthal (hugging the bull). Even the British colonial administrators have documented about Jallikattu a sport played continuously down the ages.The sport is witnessing united voices supporting Jallikattu across various sections of the society.

With controversies and heated discussions going around, Shri J Nandakumar, All India Sah-Prachar Pramukh of the RSS, told News18 that the Sangh stand is that Jallikattu is a traditional festival related to Tamil Nadu’s agricultural traditions.

"The Sangh organisations in the state are in favour of Jallikattu. The festival is about playing with the animal, it does not involve celebration by killing of any ox, bull or camel,” he said.

Another RSS leader told News18 that the RSS was of the opinion that Jallikattu was part of the tradition of animal worship. “There are other communities that celebrate by killing animals, there is blood on farms and streets but no one questions them. In Jallikattu there is not an iota of animal cruelty or death. In India, cultural celebrations get associated with religion. Festivals are interpreted as religious functions of a particular community. The festival takes place only in one part of the country, it is not like the entire country is playing with bulls,” the leader said on condition of anonymity since he is not authorized to speak to media.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Maa Sitaram Ji met various families in villages, gathering of families, addressing the youth and meeting elders and eminent personalities were part of his yatra. In Bagour, Congress leader Shri Gopu and in Kallakurichi Shri Prabhu, ADMK MLA interacted with Maa Sitaram Ji. He also interacted with various community leaders at Devipattinam Panchayat. He also visited Ramana Ashram in Tiruvannamalai. He kept awakening the youth, addressing on social evils during his yatra. 


Interaction with congress leader

Maa Sitaram Ji with Shri Prabhu, ADMK MLA

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Samskrita Bharati three-day National Conference held at Udupi, Karnataka. Three-day confluence held various discussions, seminars, cultural programs, exhibition on Samskrit manuscripts, books etc. A Special stall providing information of Samskrit Wikipedia was a part of exhibition. 

Both Loksabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, Puyja Pejawar Vishvesha Theertha Swamiji inaugurated the National Conference at Rajangana, Udupi. 

‘The study of Samskrit helps in character building and Samskrit is the breath of the India,’ said LokaSabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan.

Speaking at the occasion, Mrs. Mahajan said, “Blessed are those who live for Samskrit. The message of the Samskrit literature is a universal one and the Vedic literature is very important in this regard. It is my own experience that chanting of Samskrit purifies one’s tongue and it also helps in building the character. Today, I cannot speak Samskrit for long but the values imbibed in the childhood are still strong”. 

Saying that the modern scientists are trying to analyze the intricacies of the universe with the help of ancient literature, most of which is in Samskrit, she said, “It is possible that one day Samskrit will be the global language and Samskrit Bharati has a crucial role to play in it”.

Shri. Madhvaraj said, “Not learning Samskrit is the biggest regret of my life. This is not just mine, but the regret of crores of people. This is the richest language in the world”. He announced that 3.5 lakh students in the National Service Scheme in Karnataka will be taught Samskritsubhashitas henceforth.

Shri Shri Vishwateerth Swamy said, “The promotion of Samskrit is the duty of every Indian. All of us have our mother tongues but Samskrit is the only language that vrosses all barriers. Everyone of us should think Samskrit as our mother tongue. Today, this language is locked in the discourses of learned and pundits. Our task to release it and make it the language of the masses”.

The theme of the convention is Samskrit Bharat-Strong Bharat. In his opening address, Shri. Nandkumar said that saying ‘only Samskrit can make India strong is not enough, it must be manifested as well”. Taking a cue from this, Shri. Saluja said, “Samskriti is both, a mark and an instrument, of our strength. Samskrit is not only an ancient language but actually an eternal language. It is the language of the masses”.

“India is an eternal nation, it is the soul of the humanity. And to make a strong and virtuous India is the need of the universe. This can be achieved only through make the people understand the basic tenets of Hindu dharma and only Sanskrit can be vehicle for this change”, said Suresh Soni, the Sahsarkaryavah of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh here today.

RSS Sahsarakaryavah Suresh Soni spoke on the subject ‘Samskrit Bharatam, Samarth Bharatam’. Qquoting Will Durant, he said, “India is mother of all. In the thousand of years of journey, there are bound to be ups and downs. Today’s India is a mixture of two streams – there is a weak but thriving spiritual tradition while another stream is of the customs and beliefs inherited from the aggressors for the thousands of years. The national men and the spiritual men are the first need of a strong India”.

He lamented the fact that India is an unfortunate country where people question even the idea of nation. The Vedic literature gives us the definition of our nation. Whatever contained in the ancient literature guides us at every step to solve today’s problem. When Pittman invented the shorthand by converting sound into script, he had acknowledged that he had turned to Samskrit for this. A strong, virtuous India is today’s need, but an India that guides the world is the utmost necessity.”

He called for removing the inferiority complex from the countrymen saying that the nation has become defensive owing to the aggressions for over a thousand years. “The misconception that the Indian philosophy teaches us only asceticism has to removed. And we don’t need to bring anything new to do this. Nowadays, people talk of plularism but the pluralism is a Semetic concept because that tradition insists on the uniformity. However, we accept the plurality as a manifestation of the one”.

The nation needs to be remembered of various Sanskrit mottos of government and the various departments that our constitution makers have given to us.”

He enthused over 2000 Samskrit Bharati workers gathered all over the country saying that there was no need to be dejected by the unfavorable circumstances. Our Late President Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam had once said that ‘if you spiritualize the religion and nationalize the people, all problems will be solved’.

At this occasion, Shri Shri Nirmalanandnath Mahaswamiji of the Adi Chunchungiri Mahasansthan Mutt said, “By the way Samskrita Bharati is working, we can certainly bring a change in the system. This is the time to change our educational system. Our university students should be taught what our ancestors have given us so far”.

Shri Vidyasagar Teerth Maharaj of the Krishnavar Mutt, Shobha Karandlaje, MP of Udupi-Chikmagalur, Shri. Pramod Madhvaraj, Fisheries and Youth Empowerment Minister of Karnataka, Dr. Chandkiran Saluja, national president of Samskrita Bharati and Nandkumar, national secretary of the organization were present during the inaugural.

Shri Shri Vishweshteerth Swamy, the pontiff of the Paryaya Shree Pejawar Adhokshaja Mutt, Udupi, Shri Shri Nirmalanandnath Mahaswami of the Adi Chunchungiri Mahasansthan Mutt, Shri Dharmapalnath Swami of the Shakha Mutt, Bhaktvatsal Sharma, the newly elected national president of the Samskrita Bharati and Pramukh M. B. Puranik, Karyadarshi of the Welcome Committee of the convention were present on the Dias.

Acharya Abhinavagupta millennium celebrations conclude
Scholars, RSS leaders come together to change discourse
on Jammu Kashmir               

Bangalore: The two-day brainstorming sessions on issues related to Jammu Kashmir concluded today with the resolve to change the discourse, by presenting and propagating the cultural legacy of Kashmir in the right perspective.
A strategic gathering of academic & legal experts, senior RSS functionaries and political leadership discussed the road map to correct the discourse on Jammu Kashmir, which has been distorted by forces inimical to India's interests.
The National Confluence of Scholars was organized to mark the conclusion of millennium year celebrations of Kashmir's great philosopher Acharya Abhinavagupta. Art of Living Foundation hosted the 40-session scholars meet. Sri Sri Ravishankar has presided over the year-long celebrations of Acharya Abhinavagupta.

Chief Guest Shri Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister for Human Resource Development, termed Acharya Abhinavagupta as the “greatest philosopher on earth”. Addressing the gathering of over 300 scholars, strategists and legal luminaries, he said Acharya Abhinavagupta was the embodiment of Indian thought, which has always questioned established norms and created positive change.
“We have been the knowledge destination of the world, even thousands of years ago. Had there been a system of international ranking those days, Indian thinkers would have certainly bagged all the positions from 1st to 10th,” he said, to resounding applause.
The Union Minister also promised every possible support for research and studies on Acharya Abhinavagupta’s works.
Shri Suresh Bhaiyyaji Joshi, RSS All India General Secretary, said there’s been a dedicated effort to present a distorted image of Kashmir to the world. “When we say Jammu Kashmir is an integral part of India, it is not a political statement at all. It has been an intrinsic part of India in every way since thousands of years. We are celebrating thousand years of Acharya Abhinavagupta, who was instrumental in propagating the basic principles of Bharatiya thought through Shaiv philosophy – from Kashmir in the north to the southern most areas of Bharat,” he said.
“Jammu Kashmir is the land of Shakti, of Ma Vaishnodevi temple, Kheer Bhawani temple... It has been the land from where teachings on cultural values have emanated. We have to work towards making Kashmir the same land of knowledge, peace and awakening that it was,” Bhaiyyaji told the august gathering.
Acharya Abhinavagupta is a world-renowned philosopher and the greatest exponent of Shaivism. Exactly a thousand years ago, it is said, he along with 1200 disciples walked into a cave in Bheerwah, Kashmir, and became one with Shiva. Today, over 50 universities across the world are conducting research on Abhinavagupta’s works.
Art of Living Founder Sri Sri Ravishankar
In his address, Sri Sri Ravishankar said true intellectuals are celebrated beyond centuries and Acharya Abhinavagupta was such an amazing thinker and philosopher. Remembering that his first-ever discourses were based on Shiv Sutras, he said ‘Om Namah Shivay” is a chant that connects India from Kashmir till Rameshwaram. “Today's program is only the conclusion of year-long celebrations, but Acharya Abhinavagupta's message has to be taken to everyone across India and the world,” Guruji said.

“The basic purpose of two-day National Scholar’s Confluence on Jammu Kashmir at Bangalore is to ensure that the issues discussed here become the discourse of the entire nation. The intellectuals, academia, media, decision and policy making institutes should have the issues discussed in these sessions as part of their discourse. We will make efforts to take the conclusions, arrived at by experts at the National Scholar’s Confluence, across the country. We firmly believe that whatever problems are present in Jammu & Kashmir the root cause of them are only two: Misinformation in Jammu & Kashmir and lack of information in rest of India. So, when there is a lack of information then perception is wrong and these wrong perception leads to wrong decisions. And when decisions are wrong then implementation cannot be right. Now, if we aim to change the basic perspective about Jammu & Kashmir within the state and across the country then we need to usher change at the basic information level itself. For this to happen, correct information needs to reach every corner of the country and based on this a correct discourse should develop about Jammu & Kashmir, and this is the necessity of today,” said Arun Kumar, RSS Pracharak and member of the All India Executive Council of the RSS.

“Those who had ruled this country till now had had first set up a discourse and based on this discourse they established certain academia and the arguments put forth by this academia are not based on any research, rather those arguments only worked to cement their discourse. Unfortunately, after country’s independence the discourse that should have been established based on facts and evidence could not be established. I feel that the country should free itself from all kinds of “isms” and should also free itself from the Left or Right Wing camps and set up a discourse based on facts, correct information and evidence. This discourse will be in national interest, integrates the society and will be in our country’s interest,” Arun Kumar said.
It was indeed a strategic group of experts who came together to discuss the issue of Jammu Kashmir at the sprawling campus of world renowned spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravishankar. The inaugural session was addressed by J&K Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh and RSS all-India executive committee member Seh-Prachar Pramukh J. Nandkumar with the active participation of pan-India scholars.
The National Scholars Confluence (Vidvat Sangam) was inaugurated on 6th January 2016 at the Art of Living International Centre, Bengaluru in the presence Sri Sri Ravishankar.
J&K Dy. CM Dr Nirmal Singh
Dr Nirmal Singh while addressing the inaugural ceremony said: “There is a concerted effort by anti-India forces to polarize the people of Kashmir, especially the youth. Religious factors have nothing to do with this polarization. The recent turmoil is a case in point. The last three generations of Jammu Kashmir’s leadership have also continually misled the people of Kashmir. Nevertheless, there is still a lot of scope for creating a positive atmosphere in Kashmir.” “Acharya Abhinavagupta’s philosophy and his works constitute the cultural legacy of Kashmir. It has to be researched, understood and popularized in the proper context. His work is as relevant today as it was a thousand years ago. When the youth get in touch with their roots, they will be empowered to thwart the negative forces,” Dr Nirmal Singh said.
RSS Pracharak J. Nandkumar
RSS Pracharak Akhil Bharatiya Seh-Prachar Pramukh J. Nandakumar in his keynote address on Friday said Acharya Abhinavagupta embodied the greatness of Bharat’s saints. “Bharat’s history has been one of constant renaissance. A lot of great people have contributed to our culture, values and ethos. Acharya Abhinavagupta was amongst the greatest such philosophers,” he said. Referring to the constant efforts to sideline and eclipse the evolved Indian philosophies and traditions, Nandakumar said it was understandable when the British strategically undermined everything Indian in order to effectively colonize. However, it has been tragic that even the leadership of independent India has towed the same lines, he said. “Acharya Abhinavagupta has still not been discussed and researched upon as much as it should have been. There's an imperative need to learn the true characteristics of our history and our philosophies. India's sanskriti, its culture is a confluence of the triveni of Veda-Tantra-Yoga. Abhinavagupta is an essential part of this,” he said.
8 dialogue sessions
The National Scholars Confluence included eight simultaneous dialogue sessions on different aspects of Abhinavagupta’s works as also current issues – issues having far-reaching implications vis-à-vis Jammu Kashmir state. This mega-event is being attended by several Vice Chancellors, former defence personnel of Indian Armed Forces, professors, columnists, legal luminaries, senior advocates, former judges and other eminent members of the civil society.
The two-day scholars’ meet involved parallel seminars on different disciplines on following themes.
• Abhinavagupta and Indian Literature: Classical and Folk
• Abhinavagupta and Cultural Studies
• Abhinavagupta and Civilizational Studies
• Abhinavagupta and Philosophy, Spirituality and Sadhna
• Abhinavagupta and Communication and Media
• Geo-Polity of Himalayan Region
• Jammu Kashmir in History
• Legal and Constitutional Status of Jammu Kashmir

Each of these eight themes had five sub-themes discussed in separate sessions. So, a total of 40 sessions were organized in the two-day meet.

Ashutosh Bhatnagar, Director JKSC said that the session on “Geo-polity of Himalayan Region” had vibrant discussions by strategic experts and former defence personnel on PoJK (Pak-occupied Jammu Kashmir), CoJK (China-occupied Jammu Kashmir) and Gilgit-Baltistan.
The dialogue session on “Legal and Constitutional Status of Jammu Kashmir” involved legal luminaries who discussed the relevance and misuse of Article 370 and Article 35A in the light of recent Supreme Court decisions where the apex court had pulled up the High Court of Jammu & Kashmir for overreaching their ambit on Article 370.
Millennium Year Celebrations
The Acharya Abhinavagupta Millennium Year Celebrations Committee headed by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar ji has been celebrating thousand years of Acharya Abhinavagupta since January 2016.
Sri Sri Ravishankar was convinced of the relevance of Abhinavagupta’s teachings and consented to preside over the Celebrations Committee. Renowned journalist Sh. Jawahar Lal Kaul is the Executive President of this Millennium Year Celebration Committee. The celebrations were started on 4th January 2016 as a thousand lights were lit as homage to the Acharya. Many academic and cultural programmes were organized across India in 2016 as part of the celebrations.

“The yearlong Millennium celebrations of Acharya Abhinavagupta, the genius of Kashmir has evoked tremendous interest and enthusiastic response, not only among scholars and students but also among common people all across India. More than a dozen universities and institutions of art and culture have participated in these celebrations generating a great debate on relevance of his philosophy to modern India. It is therefore natural that the concluding event of the year-long celebrations should be celebrated as a multidimensional conference involving hundreds of university teachers and scholars in various fields to meet in Bangalore and exchange ideas and experiences about this great philosopher and also discuss various aspects of Jammu and Kashmir,” said Jawaharlal Kaul, Working Chairman of the Acharya Abhinavagupta Millennium Celebrations Committee and President of the Jammu Kashmir Study Centre.
Organizing organizations
Jammu Kashmir Study Centre (JKSC) is an independent and objective think-tank dedicated to the study of Jammu Kashmir in its totality. The aim of JKSC is to dispel misinformation and create awareness about facts relating to Jammu Kashmir. JKSC was established in 2011 to undertake policy relevant studies on all aspects of this strategically important Indian state and disseminate the outcome of these studies in a right perspective in the public domain.
The partner institutions of JKSC for this programme include Sri Sri Ravishankar University, Bhubaneshwar; Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, New Delhi; Indian Council for Philosophical Research, New Delhi and the Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication, Bhopal.

Friday, January 6, 2017

62nd ABVP National conference held at Indore, Madhya Pradesh recently. 8000 vidyarthis from various parts of the country participated. Resolutions on education, national issues and social harmony were passed. Shri Nagesh Thakur is elected as National President and Shri Vinay Bidre as National Secretary for the year 2016-17. 

62வது தேசிய மாநாடு

24 – 27, டிசம்பர், 2016 இந்தூர், மத்திய பிரதேஷ்

ABVPன் 62வது தேசிய மாநாடு மத்திய பிரதேஷ் இந்தூரில் டிசம்பர் 24 முத்ல் 27 2016 வரை நடைபெற்றது.8000 மாணவர்கள் 1500 மாணவிகள் 500 ஆசிரியரிகள் என 10,000 க்கும் மேற்பட்டோர் கலந்து கொண்டனர். ஒரு சிறிய பாரதத்தை காண முடிந்த்து.

இந்தூர் கிளை சார்பாக 50 மாணவிகள் உட்பட 500 மாணவர்க்ள் மூன்று மாதங்களாக மாநாட்டுப்பணியில் ஈடுபாட்டுடன் பங்குபெற்றார்கள். கடும் குளிரிலும் இதமாக வரவேற்று ஏற்பாட்டினை குறைவில்லாது செய்திருந்தனர். 5 கல்லூரிகளில் அனைவருக்கும் தங்கும் வசதிகள் செய்துதரபட்டிருந்தது.

தமிழ்நாட்டிலிருந்து பல்வேறு பகுதிகளிலிருந்து 122 மாணவர்கள் 14 மாணவிகள் ஆசிரியரிகள் மற்றும் முன்னாள் ஊழியர்கள் என 147 நபர்கள் கலந்துக்கொண்டனர்.

23ஆம் தேதி அன்று நடைபெற்ற தேசிய செயற்குழுவில் 2 தீர்மானங்கள் நிறைவேற்றப்பட்ட்து. புதிய கல்வித்திட்டம் உடனே தகுந்த திருத்தங்களுடன் அமல்படுத்தப்படவேண்டும் என்றும் பெண் பாதுகாப்பிற்கான உறுதிமொழியும் ஏற்கப்பட்டது.

மாநாட்டு நகரத்திற்கு டாக்டர். பீமா ராவ் அம்பேத்கரின் பெயர் சூட்டப்பட்டது. 24ஆம் தேதி கொடியேற்றம் மற்றும் வந்தேமாதரத்துடன் மாநாடு இனிதே துவங்கியது. பாரத் மாதா கீ ஜெய் மற்றும் வந்தேமாதரம் கோஷம் இந்தூர் நகரையே அதிரச்செய்தது. துவக்க நிகழ்ச்சி திரு. மனோஹர் பரிகர், மத்திய பாதுகாப்புத்துறை அமைச்சர் கலந்துகொண்டார். யஷ்வந்த் ராவ் யுவா விருது மணிப்பூரைச்சேர்ந்த திரு. ஆர் கே விச்வஜித் சிங் அவர்களுக்கு போதை பழக்கத்திலிருந்து இளைஞர்களை மீட்பதற்காக வழங்கப்பட்ட்து.

கல்வி தீர்மானம் – மாணவர் சேர்க்கை, கல்லூரியின் எண்ணிக்கை, ஆசிரியர் மாணவர் விகிதாச்சாரம், Semester முறையின் குறைபாடு, பற்றியும்

தேசிய சூழ்நிலை தீர்மானம் – இராணுவத்தின் தீரமான முயற்சிகளும் மத்திய அரசின் பணமில்லா பரிவர்த்தனத்திறகான முயற்சிகள் வரவேற்று, கல்வி நிறுவன்ங்களில் தேச விரோத கோஷங்கள், மே. வங்க அரசின் தாஜா செய்யும் போக்கினை கண்டித்து, குழந்தைகள் கடத்தபடுவதை குறித்தும், எல்லையில் போதை பரிமாற்றம் குறித்தும்

சமுதாய நல்லிணக்கத்திற்கான தீரமானங்கள் நிறைவேற்றப்பட்டது.

2 ½ கி.மீ. நீண்டு நின்ற ஊர்வலம் பார்ப்பதற்கு கண்கொள்ளாக்காட்சியாக இருந்தது. அவரவர் மாநிலத்தின் பாரம்பர்ய உடையில் ஊர்வலத்தில் கலந்துக்கொண்டனர்.

2016 – 17 ஆண்டிற்கான செயற்குழு அறிவிக்கப்பட்டது. திரு நாகேஷ் டாகூர் தேசியத்தலைவராகவும் திரு. வினய் பித்ரே தேசிய பொதுச் செயலாளராகவும் தேர்ந்தெடுக்கப்பட்டனர்.

22வது தமிழ்நாட்டின் மாநில மாநாடு நடைப்பெற்று செயற்குழு அறிவிக்கப்பட்டது. திரு நாகலிங்கம் மாநில தலைவராகவும் திரு காளீஸ்வரன் மாநில செயலாளராகவும் தேர்ந்தெடுக்கப்பட்டனர்.

திரு. சிவராஜ் சிங் சௌஹான் – முதல்வர் - ம.பி, ஸ்ரீமதி. சுமித்ரா மஹாஜன், நாடாளுமன்ற உறுப்பினர், இந்தூர், திரு. சுரேஷ் ஜீ சோனி, அகில பாரத இனண் பொதுச் செயலாளர் ஆர். எஸ். எஸ், திரு. தத்தாத்ரே ஹொஸபாலே, அகில பாரத இனண் பொதுச் செயலாளர் ஆர். எஸ். எஸ், திரு. பி. சுரேந்திரன், அகில பாரத இணை அமைப்புச்செயலாளர், பி எம் எஸ், நேபாள் சார்ந்த கம்யூனிஸ காங்கிரஸ் தலைவர்கள், பல நாடுகளைச்சார்ந்த மாணவர்கள் ஆகியோர் கலந்துகொண்டு மாநாட்டினை சிறப்பித்தனர்.

Thursday, January 5, 2017

The 350th birth anniversary (Prakash Parv) of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, was celebrated at RSS, Reshimbag today. Sardar Prakashsingh Jabal, General Secretary of Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Kamptee Road, Nagpur spoke on this occasion and enlightened the audience about the great sacrificing life of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.