Radhanagar Sanskruti Kendra inaugurated

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Shri Bharatiya Sanskruti Sawmwardhak Trust, headed by Pujya Bhaishri built a Sanskruti Kendra, cultural centre recently for the people of Radhanagar, a small township which was built by the Trust after the Gujarat earthquake. This cultural centre has been built with 4 lac of rupees of which 3 lacs has been contributed by Shri Bharatiya…
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Radhanagar inaugrated, another housing complex built for the quake affected by Shri Bharatiya Sanskruti Samwvardhak Trust

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“The devastating quake of January 2002 was a natural calamity which the people of Kutchh faced bravely. Though it killed human beings, it could not kill their humanitarian spirit. Buildings crumbled but the human spirit did not. The fighting spirit of the people of Kutchh survived,” said Pujya Bhaishri complimenting the people of Kutchh while…
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Active members of Sanskruti Parivar centres of South Gujarat convene to discuss progress under the auspices of Pujya Bhaishri

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A get-together and an intensive workshop under the guidance of Pujya Bhaishri was held on 30th Dec. 2003 for active members of South Gujarat (Surat, Vadodara, Vyara, Valsad, Rajpipala and Bharuch) at Ambaniketan Satsang Hall, Surat. Shri Bharatbhai of Surat Sanskruti Parivar welcomed all the participants followed by Ganesh stuti and bhajans. Senior member of Vyara Sanskruti Parivar Shri…
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Medical Camps provided during Navratri Anushthan 2013

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Pujya Bhaishri believes that along with spiritual uplifting via satsang, service to others is of utmost importance. Thus, a medical camp was organised during this 32nd Navratri Anushthan at Sandipani Vidyaniketan under the guidance of Pujya Bhaishri. The table below provides brief details of the various medical camps held during the Navratri event in 2013. There…
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“Braving natural calamities has reinforced the spirit of resilience of the people of Kutch,” said Pujya Bhaishri during the inaugural function of Madhavnagar

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“Time and again God has tested the patience and spirit of resilience of the people of Kutch through various natural calamities and each time the Kutchis have done Kutch and themselves proud by displaying exemplary courage and honour thereby earning universal respect and acclaim,” said Pujya Bhaishri whilst speaking at the function of dedicating the…
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Sanskruti Parivar, Vyara, as active as ever!

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A satsang session of Sanskruti Parivar, Vyara was organized in the courtyard of Shri Girishbhai Moolshankar Dave’s residence on 5th Jan. 2003 where it was resolved that needy orphans who are under the care of their relatives will be identified and efforts will be made to fulfill all their needs and requirements and thus provide them comfort…
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Reconstruction of village ‘Madhavnagar’ (nani khedoi, district – Anjar) at Kutch – Gujarat by Shri Bharatiya Sanskruti Samvardhak Trust

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Pujya Bhaishri Pujya Bhaishri is well known the world over for propagating Indian culture and values as also the Sanskrit language. Ramayana is his life, his inspiration and Shrimad Bhagwat his life sustaining force. A thorough knowledge of these epics and his lucid rendering of the episodes from these epics laced with interesting and innovative…
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Active as ever, Sanskruti Parivar, Pune

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The Pune group of Sanskruti Parivar has been enthusiastically organizing regular programs under the inspiration and guidance of Pujya Bhaishri.  On the first day of the Hindu calendar, a group recitation of Shri Vishnu Sahastranaam along with offering of Tulsi leaves at the lotus feet of Lord Vishnu was organized during the Chaturmaas.   Weekly…
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‘Saiyam, Samta aur Seva’ – Sanskruti Parivar, Pune

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The ladies of Sanskruti Parivar Pune convened and organised a visit to the Command Hospital of Pune, where 110 people from Bhuj and Kutch are undergoing treatment. They distributed fruits, biscuits, wafers, chocolates, etc to all the quake affected victims. The patients were touched by the distribution of the Gita to all those who could…
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