Grand three day celebrations at Ramakrishna math, Hyderabad

126th Year of Swami Vivekananda’s thunderbolt addresses at Chicago celebrated at Ramakrishna Math
Domalguda, Hyderabad: Three-day (9th, 10th & 11th) Grand festival was celebrated successfully with thousands of youth participating in the Conventions & a rally held at Ramakrishna Math, Hyderabad. The celebrations started on 9th September with a convention for the professors, Directors & principals of all the Engineering colleges in and around Hyderabad. The Chairman of AICTE, Professor Anil D Sahasrabudhe garu was the chief guest for the conference. He spoke about how professors can bring in a change in student’s life and revealed some of the initiatives to be implemented by AICTE, which include teacher’s training and a course curriculum, which includes Human Excellence as a module for all the students. The teachers expressed their happiness on these new inclusions. Other Speakers for the day were Sri Vijay Menon Sir (Human resource Academician, Kochi) and Sri Sharad Sagar Sir (CEO of Dexterity Global) who made the delegates spellbound with their speeches. All of the delegates were left with deep impressions in their heart to contemplate on the purpose of their teaching profession.
10th September was the foundation day celebrations of the Vivekananda Institute of Human Excellence, which is doing service to lakhs to youth under the aegis of Ramakrishna Math, Hyderabad. The Director of the institute, Swami Bodhamayananda Ji Maharaj is continously striving to guide the youth by offering various courses like Art of Meditation, Personality Development, Success in Interviews, Public Speaking, Developing self-confidence and many more with a very nominal course fee. Apart from that, several Youth Camps, workshops, Bala Vikas (A Total Personality Development course for Kids for 5th – 10th class) and many more are being conducted on a regular basis from the year 2000. On 10th September, Sri Mahesh Bhagawat sir graced the occasion with his presence. He addressed the audience especially the youth on how the addictions & social evils are affecting the young people at a very large scale. He emphasized that youth should have a service mind set for the Nation to Progress. Shri Vijay Menon Sir, Shri Sharad Sagar Sir and Sri Raka Sudhakar Sir (Senior Journalist) also addressed the delegates and inspired them with many anecdotes and encouraged the youth to read books and reminded them not to forget the ancestors of our Nation.
11th September was Sampriti Divas – commemoration of 126 years of Swami Vivekananda’s address at Chicago world parliament of religions. It was on this day that India has revived as a Nation because of Swami Vivekananda. He proclaimed to the world that India is a Nation who not only tolerates but also accepts all religions and faiths. Dr.K S Ratnakar, Director of Global Hospitals who was the chief guest for the day addressed the audience along with Shri Vijay Menon sir. The central message for the youth was that; every young professional should have a higher goal in life and everyone should strive to achieve to it. Post the convention a Grand Rally for Character was held from the Vivekananda State at Lower Tank bund to Ramakrishna Math, Hyderabad. The commissioner of police, Cyberabad, V. C Sajjanar graced the rally with presence. The Monks of Ramakrishna Math, the commissioner and all the public present read the historic response to the welcome given by Swami Vivekananda at the statue at 3:30 pm. This was the actual time Swami Vivekananda gave his response 125 years back at Chicago. Respected Monks of the Ramakrishna Math and commissioner of Police, V.C Sajjanar headed the rally along with NCC cadets, Bands from different schools; volunteers & public followed the rally creating a thrilling atmosphere. The three-day celebrations, which included power packed speeches, cultural programs and a rally in which thousands of delegates participated is an indication that our Nation is indeed progressing.

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