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Vesavi vennela programme at Hindupur, Ananthapur dist.

Vesavi vennela programme at Hindupur, Ananthapur, dist.

By the Divine Grace of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba and under Sri Sathya Sai Deenajanodharana pathakam, a summer camp (Vesavi vennela) was conducted from 12-05– 2013 to 26-05-2013 at Hindupur by the Sri Sathya Sai Seva Samithi, Hindupur with utmost joy and zeal.

17 students of local Hindupur unit and 8 boys from Prakasham district totalling 25 students participated in the camp with keen interest.

As part of the programme the morning schedule included waking up with prayer, yoga, and bhajan singing. Lectures on topics like human values, Indian culture & spirituality were given by eminent scholars. After lunch and rest, training in soft skills, goal setting, punctuality, time management and discipline were given. Evenings were meant for training in painting & drawing as well as classical & folk dance. On alternative days training in handicrafts with waste materials etc.., are given.

During Sundays and other week days students are taken on excursion & educational tour.

The students visited the following places. Basavanapalli Shivalayam (Lord Shiva’s statue of 70 ft height ), Viduraswatham, Ghati Subramanyeswara Swami temple, Bangalore ISCON temple, Sir M. Visveswariah’s museum, Venkatappa art gallery (Bangalore sight-seeing), and Lepakshi temple.

During the entire period of 15 days SSSS Samithi devotees with love and affection served delicious food items & fruits.

On 26 – 05 – 2013 the valedictory function commenced with Veda chanting & group song. Dr. T. Ramanjappa, Dist. President, SSSS organizations, Sri O.R.Raghavendra Sharma Sr. Branch Manager, L.I.C. of India, Bagepalli addressed the students and the audience about the Sai “Education” & “Educare” programme and the importance of Sai’s way of living in present day world scenario.

Two students excellently spoke for about 4 minutes each on the practice of human values. Group dances were performed depicting “Dasavatharam” and a folk dance (Ninnugani sharanamani). The audience thoroughly enjoyed the performance.

Later the paintings, drawings, handicraft items prepared by the students during the camp were exhibited.

Finally the students were blessed and served with new clothes, journey kits, vibhuthi, calculators, large size journey bags, blankets, towels, sweets etc.

The participants as well as the audience felt happy.

-Report: G Dhanunjaya. Coordinator, archives, Ananthapur dist.














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