Wednesday, November 14, 2018


Sishuvihar children in Amrita Vidyalayam with their escot teachers. For the firs time both LKG and UKG tots participated in an Inter school Art the end of which each received a memento and a balloon, the most precious gifts. The heavenly smile in their faces!!

Children are like precious gems. Children are adorable. They are like divine gifts that parents get from the almighty. Their eyes are full of innocence. They smile when they receive love and admiration, they cry when it is their first day at school away from their parents, they giggle when they mingle with their buddies, and they signify nothing but the pure and faithful love. They truly symbolizes god.

14th November is celebrated as children's day in all over India. Childhood memories are sweetest of all. They can be savored for a lifetime. Children's day celebration is fun for the little ones but it is important for the parents too. Every parent must understand the importance of the children's day. Parents should be well aware about the little desires of their angels.

The tiny tots of LKG and UKG of Sandeepani Sishuvihar put up a short programme with the help of their teachers on 14th November which is their 'Sisudinam'. It began with an opening prayer, lighting of the lamp by three 'Sishu' Guests Master Arav, dressed as Chacha Nehru , Master Agneya dressed as Swami Vivekananda, Kumari Anagha as Sister Nivedita. They were welcomed to the dias by offering a colourful rose flower to each by the LKG tots.Sri Sudhakarji and Mananeeya Didi too sat with them to encourage them and give their blessings. Each of the tiny tots presented either a song, rhyme or story. The tailoring students and teachers, the yogavarga members and inmates of Anandadham were all present to watch them perform!


Wednesday, November 7, 2018


 On 6th November, 25 children
                                from Sanskar Varga groups of Aripalam, Edavilangu, Sringapuram and  Sishuvihar kids of UKG class along with their mothers were present for Diwali celebration on 6th November in the evening at 4.30 p.m.Ma.Didi spoke to the children and mothers about the significance of this Diwali day. Home-made sweets were served to all of them . At  the end all the children and mothers went to light lamps around the newly constructed park named ' Sishuvihar Vrindavanam'. 


Monday, November 5, 2018


                       Sneha Milan

Yoga varga and yoga satra leaders of Sringapuram-Anandadham, Keraliswarapuram, Anjepalam and Moothakunnam decided that from 5th November onwards, every Monday they all would gather at Andadham campus for Samuhika Surya Namaskar.
On 5th morning (Monday) at 6.a.m. Sixty one  practitioners gathered  at Anandadham's Sishuvihar Vrindavanam for Samuhik Surya Namaskar. After this Ma.Didi spoke to the practitioners. She told them that each of to    them should become the messengers of positive thoughts,by regular practising of this discipline called Yoga. Their lives could be examples to attract more and more seekers of this path of peace and wellbeing. One's health is always in one's hand  and Yoga is like a 'Kamadhenu' which provides whatever one asks for  -she said.
 It was a good start and need to be continued, all felt so.


Saturday, November 3, 2018

Thursday, November 1, 2018


 Kerala Piravi was celebrated by the tiny tots of Shishuvihar with the help of their teachers and the inmates of Anadadham on 1st  November. A medicinal plant Indian Rosewood or simply Sissham was planted in the park and all children took a vow to pour a mug of water on it each day'

 As a flood relief aid , Vivekananda Kendra handed over a cheque of Rs 25000/- to the S.N.V.U.P school at Elthuruth . The school suffered heavy loses, one of which was complete damage of their library books worth Rs 25000/-.At a function in their school, Mananeeya Lakshmi Didi handed over the cheque to the Headmistress Smt Shobhana, in the presence of Vidyarthidayini Sabha Chairman Professor  Ravi, Kodungallur Municipality Chairman Sri Jaitran Master, School manager Sri C.Thamarakshan and the Ward Councillors Smt Parvathy and Sri Vaiju.