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    Over 90 lakh people in Bharat learnt Sanskrit in shivirs conducted by Sanskrit bharati

    Sambhashan Sandesh, Sanskrit Magzine - Celebrating 25 Years of  Publication Bengaluru. Rajat Mahotsava, a Silver jubilee event to commemorate the 25 years of Sanskrit monthly published out of Bengaluru, ‘Sambhashana Sandesha’ was conducted here in the city. Janardhan Hegde, Editor of the magazine spoke on how the idea of Sanskrit language to be spoken by common people had to be initiated not mere by propaga ...

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    Karnataka – World’s Tallest statue of Swami Vivekananda unveiled

    Saigram (Karnataka). The tallest statue of Swami Vivekananda has been unveiled in the premises of Naturopathy and Yoga Hospital of Divine Park foundation. The statue that was unveiled on February 1st is 35 feet tall and resembles the one in Kanyakumari but is taller. The statue was unveiled by Dr. H.R. Nagendra, chancellor of Jigani-based Swami Vivekananda Yoga University. As part of the project, a 'Yogaban ...

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    Kanakapura Chalo rally was organised by Hindu Jagaran Vedike

    At Kanakapura – A massive Kanakapura Chalo rally was organised by Hindu Jagaran Vedike and a massive turnout was seen. The silent protesters walked from Ayyappa Swamy Temple in Kanakapura to Tehsildar office. The protest was against the church and tall Jesus status being constructed illegally in the Muneshwara hills, Kanakapura which once housed a small temple and was place for Sadhus. The land of gomala (p ...

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    VHP pledges to build a cultured, strong and independent Bharat

    Resolution on status of women adopted & demand raised to extend rights under article 29-30 of the Constitution to all Bhartiya Mangaluru. Addressing the meeting of the Central Management Committee and the Board of trustees of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, RSS Sarkaryavah Suresh (Bhaiyyaji) Joshi said that we should be empowered, cultured, awakened, gentlemanly, self-respecting, honorable and full of scientific ...

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    Karnataka government plans to ban Islamic extremist organization PFI

    Bengaluru. Karnataka government is planning to ban the extreme Islamist organization, Popular Front of India (PFI), after its members tried to kill Congress leader and former minister, Anwar Sayeed, in Mysore. The PFI is under scanner for its involvement in Islamic terrorism. Recently, a CPI(M) leader from Kerala accused the organization for supporting the communist terror outfit CPI(Maoist). The Karnataka ...

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    Fabulous Yakshagana performance by children of Nele Nivedita

    Bengaluru. Ganesha Festival celebrations held in Vinayaka layout, Ullala, was not like one of the several celebrations. What made the evening even special was the Yakshagana performance by children of Nele Nivedita. Yakshagana is a folk theatre form originated in Karnataka. It is a popular form of story telling, famous for its colorful costumes, energetic narration, and lively steps. The theme chosen was st ...

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    History of the nation is based on the people who have sacrificed their blood – Gen. V.K.Singh

    Samara Bhairavi, Kannada book launch event Bengaluru. A Kannada book titled Samara Bhairavi was launched in a packed Town Hall Auditorium in city on 24th August. This book is considered as the first book in Kannada on the topic of soldiers written in great detail. The book is written by senior journalist, Columnist and editor of Aseema Sri Santhosh Thammaiah published by Sahitya Prakashana. B.L. Santhosh ha ...

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    RSS IT Milan’s Library initiative to help avid readers on books of nationalistic interest

    Bengaluru. A library was inaugurated in Bengaluru City at Electronic City Phase II on 15th Aug 2019 by Sridharswamy, the Kshetra Boudhik Pramukh of RSS and Dr. Jitendra Kumar of Bio Innovation, Bengaluru. The unit was set up by Rashtriya Books Circulating Library Trust at Electronic City Phase ll. The model unit will be providing access to books from 16 different languages from publications across the count ...

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    Bengaluru – Samiti Sevika’s tied Rakhi’s to Trainee soldiers

    On the auspicious occasion of “Raksha Bandhan”, Rashtra Sevika Samiti sevikas of Durga shakha in Bengaluru took the opportunity of visiting Rashtriya Army Police Training Center at Bengaluru and tied Rakhi to 200 soldiers as gesture of gratitude for their service to the nation. Brig. Raj Kumar had granted the permission for the celebration and made the experience memorable for Sevikas. Officer Mr. Nayar too ...

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    After towns and cities Missionaries and Islamists encroach forest lands

    Illegal structures brought down after intervention by a vigilant forum Hundreds of plots in towns and cities have fallen prey to illegal religious structures constructed by Christian Missionaries and Mullahs. With no dearth in funds, they are on a lookout to encroach lands that does not belong to them and government lands have been their prime target. However, the disease that started in Kerala has spread t ...

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