Shantidoot Cyclists reach Udaipur

A 50 member team of youth including more than 20 cyclists reached Udaipur today from Abu Road in a special program “Shantidoot” – Youth Cycle Yatra for Glorious Bharat under the aegis of Prajapita Brahmakumaris Ishwariya Vishva Vidyalaya, Abu Road.

The convoy will cover 32 destinations in a cycle journey from Abu Road to Ajmer. The yatra started on 18th Sept and will conclude on 1st Oct at Ajmer. [..]

Ex ambassador mesmerizes audience with singing

Former Ambassador of India, Jyoti Swaroop Pandey presented series of Ghazals and Songs in an edifying evening hosted by Srijan Sansthan on Monday.

Singing neither with microphone nor with appropriate music, the melodious voice of Pandey still enthralled audiences at an event held at Banera Castle.

Rajesh Khamesra of Sirjan Sansthan informed that many known personalities from local administration were also present on the occasion, including several ghazal artists and musicians.

Tree Plantation by Local NGO

In a joint association with Lions Club Elite, Pahadi Balaji Vikas Samiti conducted a tree plantation program in the compound of a temple and planted 26 plants of palm and ayurveda.

Social workers of both groups adopted plants and pledged the responsibility of its safety. Environmentalist, Vishnu Kumar Suhalka expressed his concern over growing pollution all over the world.

More than 20 members of both groups were present on the occasion.

Special Children to Perform on Closing Ceremony of Summer Camp

A month long summer camp on dance training by Harmony Music and Dance club will conclude with the closing ceremony slated on 16th June. Student participants in the camp will perform during the closing function at Aishwarya College Campus.

The differently abled children from Prayas and Vishwas Samarpit NGOs will also be showcasing their talent on the occasion. The kids were trained by professional choreographers Mayur Vaid, Sachin Shinde, Kustubh Joshi and Jitendra Verma. [..]

NGOs provide Professional Training to ‘Specially Challenged’ People

Sixteen specially challenged people learned how to repair a mobile phone after completing 45 days training session organized by Narayan Seva Sansthan in association with Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, ICICI Bank Foundation.

All participants have received a certificate and kit in a ceremony conducted today; the involved organizations also started a new batch for training from today. [..]

Come Udaipur: Read a Story ‘BE A HERO’

Today more than 200 million children in India cannot read because either they don’t have enough resources or they don’t have that passion or love for reading. Taking this as a challenge, Mango Sense, a technology company has taken an initiative to promote reading by launching a 50 day nationwide campaign wherein they are inviting each and everyone to read a story or a book with any kid they come across.

Astha Sansthan will be supporting Mango Sense in running this campaign in Udaipur. The campaign will start on 1st June and the initiative aims to reach out to 20000 kids this year nationwide. [..]

Mother Milk Donation Camp on Mother’s Day

On the occasion of International Mother’s Day, Rajasthan’s First Mother’s Milk Donation Camp was organized today at Divya Mother’s Milk Bank.

With a motive to help control increasing infant mortality rate and to contribute in improving the health of undernourished small kids, City’s mothers came forward and donated 19 units of milk. [..]

Aasha Dham Ashram asks for funds from city’s affluent class

Aasha Dham Ashram, which has been taking care of mentally ill, destitute, underprivileged, abandoned and ill-fated people since 1997, is in desperate need of funds to develop an Old Age Home.

Today Sister Damien, along with Sister Agnes, Sister Archana and Sister Sheena of the Ashram, asked for help from city’s affluent class for this noble cause.

Currently, the ashram is taking care of 165 needy people without discriminating against caste, community or religion. [..]

Sarvodaya Manav Seva to conduct free cataract operations

Udaipur based social service organization, Sarvodaya Manav Seva, will conduct a free eye check up camp on 16th April at Kurabad where people suffering from cataract will be operated free of cost at Drishti Charitable Eye Hospital Udaipur.

The information was provided in a press conference held today at sector-4, Hiran Magri in presence of Managing Director of Drishti Charitable, Dr. Sharva Pandya, social worker Bhanupratap Singh and Dr. Upvan Pandya.

Dr. Upvan Pandya informed that cataract patients will be transported to Udaipur and their operation will be conducted by Dr. Sharva Pandya. All medication, transportation, boarding and lodging including food will be provided to the patients free of cost.

“Till now, the organization has conducted 1000 free of cost operations of cataract in last five years; besides this, they have been conducting regular eye check up camps at rural areas of Udaipur”, informed, Dr. Pandya.