Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Wednesday, June 12, 2019


This time Sandeepani Sishuvihar has 12 newcomers for the LKG section.
On 3rd June ( Monday) parents of the new comers and also the 14 UKG tiny tots, were on time for the meeting prior to the reopening of the school.
After registration, there was a small meeting where Sushree Bindu. in charge of the school, introduced the members of the Kendra family.Mananeeya Didi spoke about the uniqueness of Sishuvihar, where the tots get a homely atmosphere for their physical and mental growth. 
The rules and norms of day to day routine were read out to the parents.Once a month on every second Saturday, a parents meet was also the part of routine. 
 After the meeting the newcomers were invited to their class room by their seniors(UKGs)and each of them were welcomed with a vase with a beautiful rose flower.Each child lighted a lamp in front of the idol of Sri Krishna which they worship everyday, before their morning prayers.
The children and teachers got the opportunity to be a part of the birthday celebration of Kum.Dakshina who though, has completed UKG ,                                                                   wanted to celebrate her birthday in her school. 


Friday, June 7, 2019


1st May a Gita class has started for children from classes I to class X. Mananeeya Lakshmi Didi is handling the class. 15 children are regularly coming for the class. At the end of May, almost all the children can chant the entire first chapter of the Gita. Some of their parents and grandparents are also seen some days attending the class. Daily from 10am to 11am from Monday to Friday is the time kept for the class. From June onwards it will be converted to a Sunday class as all other days will be schooldays. Didi uses this class to acquaint the children with the major characters and their life stories 


Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Certificate awarding function for the Tailoring Unit's first batch students

On 26th September, 33 ladies from the localities around Kendra, initially registered their names for the tailoring class named as “Nivedita Swasraya Parisheelana Kendram” which started with a meeting on 30th September. The first class was on 1st October. Two teachers Smt Jalaja and Smt Sajitha both of them being parents of Sandeepani Sishuvihar, and Sri Udayan as supervisor were taking care of the centre. Total 45 ladies mainly home-makers, were present from day one. The course was of 6 months duration, and free of cost. This training centre was planned for a year for the time being, with the idea of rehabilitating the ladies (housewives) who have suffered much losses due to the floods. 5 single machines, 5 double machines, 2 cover machines and one rock machine were provided in the centre for training the students.

The students were divided into 3 batches of 15 each and taught in two batches ,one in the morning from 10 am to 1.30 noon and the other from 1 pm to 3.30 pm.Every class started with prayer. Apart from learning tailoring, the students also took part in various activities of the Kendra including Samatva Yoga Sangamam.

At the end of six months a practical exam was conducted by the 2 internal teachers and Smt Prabha as an external examiner. 20 out of 30 students appeared for the exam out of which 10 came out successful.

On the 5th of June the successful students were lucky to receive the pass certificates from the hands of Ma. Bhanudasji in the concluding function kept for the students. Ma. Lakshmi Didi and Ma. Bhanudasji also presented 4 sewing machines to the most needy and deserving students from out of the 10 students.

Sunday, May 26, 2019


Samskarvarga prashikshan Shibir was organised at Anandadham, Kodungallur, from 22nd May to 26th May.

Mananeeya Lakshmi Didi inaugurated the Shibir. This being the prashikshan shibir, there were more of practical sessions rather than lectures. The participating children came in and around Kodungallur and couple from Thrissur. The Organizing team consisted of 12 members.

Daily routine started with prayer session taught by Kum.Sreelakshmi, followed by patriotic songs in Hindi, Sanskrit and Malayalam by Su. Kalyani Didi, Su.Sutapa Didi, Kum. Sreelakshmi and Smt Padmaja. Games and Agnyas were taught by Su. Bhuvaneswari Didi, Kum. Sreelakshmi, Kum Unnimaya and Kum. Anushree. The Art of Storytelling Classes were conducted by Sri Ashokanji, Ma. Lakshmi Didi, Sri Sudhakarji and Su. Radha Didi. Overall guidance was given by Su. Radha Didi.

The camp  concluded on 26th in which Ma. Lakshmi Didi advised the children to equip themselves and then guide the youngsters who would draw inspiration from their Varga shikshaks. All the children took the sankalpa of starting Samskarvarga in their localities as early as possible. In all 54 children and 5 parents participated all the 5 days