Rangoli competition was held across all Kalika Kendra Clusters of Abhyudaya on account of celebrating “Tulsi” Festival. Volunteers, Children, Teachers and some parents at the FLCs enthusiastically participated to give their best Rangoli outcome.
About 150 volunteer teachers participated in the monthly meeting held at Jnanagiri. Shri Amit Hiriyaanaiah Ji and other core volunteers motivated the participants with Bharateeya Values, Life skills and preparations for Aarohana competitions.
Abhyudaya’s new center at Mysuru was inaugurated by Dr. Chandrashekar of Arogya Bharathi. Abhyudaya Mysuru coordinator Paneendra Bellur and Dr Chandrashekar addressed the gathering and explained the Sewa activities in general and Abhyudaya activities in particular. They encouraged the students
Shri Gubbi Krishna Swamy and Shri Gubbi Satyanarayana & family members visited our Anjanapura Gollahalli FLC and inspired the children with Desi Games, Speeches on Bharateeya Culture and some lifeskill activities. The children also enjoyed sumptuous food after the session.
Abhyudaya distributed notebooks, stationery, computers, laptops, carpets, and related equipment to the children of Government Senior Primary School, Arehalli, Guddahalli, Doddaballapur taluk. Shri Bharat P, Shri Prasad and volunteers of the organization handed over the same to the School. Shri
This Deepavali, our Volunteers and Donors including noted Social Media Icon, Shri Kiran Kumar KS and his team, enjoyed the festival celebrations with the students at Jnanagiri. The students also thoroughly loved the interaction, bursting the crackers and savoring the
Students and Volunteers enthusiastically participated in painting the Diyas at Jnanagiri in association with Pidilite Industries Limited. Diyas were beautifully coated with bright colors and all of them felt happy with fascinating results of their eager involvement.
Core volunteers and families of Abhyudaya enjoyed a great hospitality from the staff and volunteers at Bajaj Ramjeevanji Charitable Trust Gaushala & the Gurukula supported by Avonplast. Volunteers actively participated in feeding the cows with Jaggery, Greens and Vegetables. Students
Dasara Festival was held from 26th September to 5th October. Lots of dolls capturing our culture and heritage were on display during the festival. The 9 Day Dasara Festival was concluded with various cultural programs by the students and volunteers.