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SAMARTHA BHARAT PARVA AND SWAMIJI JAYANTHI

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                                                              Samartha Bharat Parva started with 2 non residential half day 'Know Yoga' camps  for 250 students divided into 2 batches. The students were from Irinjalakuda Govt Higher Sec.School on 23rd December. Smt Suja Menon, saha Yoga Varga Pramukh conducted the classes. Classes included theory as well as practical classes on Yoga .                     On 3rd January, there was patriotic song competitions for the UP and High School section.Ma.Didi lighted the lamp and then blessed the participants encouraging them to take the opportunity as an offering to the Patriot Saint- Swamiji. 5 schools and a total of  40   students took part.  On 4th January,there was folk group song competitions for U.P. and H.S students. 75 students from 9 schools registered . Total 65 students   from 7 schools participated.Folk song of various districts of Kerala were presented by the participants. On 11th January,Sandeepani Sishuvi

Samparka Yagna Report for the month of December 2019

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KALPATARU DAY

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Kalpataru Day also called Kalpataru Diwas or Kalpataru Utsav is an annual religious festival observed by monks of the Ramakrishna Math monastic order and lay followers of Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda worldwide. The event commemorates the day on January 1, 1886, when his followers believe that Ramakrishna revealed himself to be an Avatar, or God incarnate on earth. It is held each January 1. Although the observances are held in many locations, the most significant celebration takes place at Cossipore Garden House or Udyanbati near Kolkata (then called Calcutta), present Ramakrishna Math, a branch of Ramakrishna Order, the place where Ramakrishna spent last days of his life. It is classified as one of the "Lord's special festivals" by followers of Ramakrishna. On that day, at Ananda dham all the yoga varga participants celebrated the event with prayers and an inspiring talk by Ma Lakshmi Didi on the significance of the occasion and the need to bring in our l