Prants to submit report
in regard to Sanskriti Saptah celebration by Branches by October, 2015 in the
Tour Programmes of Core Committee
(From October to December, 2015)
1. Shri Sitaram Pareek - Zones: 1,
2, 3 & 15
2. Shri S.K. Wadhwa - Zones: 8 & 9
3. Shri Ajay Dutta - Zones: 10 & 11
4. Shri S.N. Panda - Zones: 16 &17
5. Dr. S.C. Gupta - Zones: 4, 6 & 12
6. Shri Keshav Dutt Gupta - Zones: 13 & 14
7. Shri Sanjeev Bansal - Zones: 5& 7
Bearers' Meeting: August, 2015 / राष्ट्रीय पदाधिकारियों
की बैठक: अगस्त,2015>>
YOGA DAY 21ST JUNE 2015
Celebration of Yoga week by BVP
A lot of enthusiastic response has
been received by us to make the event grand. It is suggested to start the
celebration either a week before of 21st June or continue taking up various
programmes for a week from 21st June 2015.
All of your cooperation is solicited to celebrate International Yoga Day
celebration in a grand manner.
May 22, 2015
YOGA DAY 21ST JUNE 2015
Celebration of Yoga week by Bharat Vikas Parishad
from 14th June to 21st June 2015.
Yoga symbolizes unity of mind and body. It brings harmony between human being
and nature. Yoga is the methodology that transforms a human being to a complete
man full of Anand.
The present generation are enjoying more comforts and conveniences using science
and technology, but they are not necessarily the most joyful and peaceful.
Therefore, we should learn to use the tool and technology of yoga for our
internal well being.
The first International Day of Yoga shall be celebrated on 21st June 2015 in
many countries of the world. On this about 2 billion people of the world will be
doing some form of yoga and it shall be growing more in the coming years.
It has been decided that all Braches & Prants of the Parishad should organize
‘Yoga’ demonstration classes, Essay competitions, Workshops and Events to
popularize it by taking help of experts. Persons of all age group should be
urged to participate in it during this Yoga week from 14th June to 21st June
All are requested to mail photos, video clips of the event organized to the
Central Office for displaying on Parishad’s website.
With good wishes
CA. Sitaram Pareek
May 21, 2015
Appeal to donate generously for sufferers of
earthquake in Nepal
AN APPEAL FOR GENEROUS HELP
Recent devastating earthquake
on 25th April, 2015 in Nepal and nearby area of India has shaken the
conscience of the entire world and left the humanity in deep distress and
sorrows. The loss of human life and property there is enormous. More than 4000
people have perished while similar numbers have been injured and their houses
have reduced to rubbles. Loss has occurred in Bihar, West Bengal, Uttar Pardesh,
Sikkim etc also. Hospitals are overflowing while water, food, medicines & power
are scares. In this critical moment it becomes moral duty and responsibility of
all members of Bharat Vikas Parishad to extend support to our neighboring
brothers & sister.
Our Government of India has
taken immediate note of this disaster in Nepal and treated it as its own
tragedy. GOI has arranged every possible help to victims of the tragedy there.
In this difficult time, it is primary duty of all the members of Bharat Vikas
Parishad, to extend a helping hand to people of Nepal and be ready to provide
all possible help to them.
It is my humble submission
that you can make a big difference by collecting/ contributing maximum funds for
the help of the sufferers of earthquake and deposit the same to the Central
Office of Bharat Vikas Parishad at Delhi in the bank account details given
: Bharat Vikas Parishad
Bank : Syndicate Bank, Pitampura,
A/c No. : 90962160000020
I.F.S.C. / RTGS Code : SYNB0009096
For your information, these
donations are exempted under section 80G. After deposit please send us with the
details of depositors with address and PAN so that we can issue receipts.
As an immediate measure, the
Core Committee of Bharat Vikas Parishad has decided to send blankets costing Rs.
20 Lakhs (approx.) to be dispatched from Ludhiana to Nepal through Rashtriya
Sewa Bharti, Delhi,.
Hoping for your very positive
Relief on the way>>
Re-organisation of Madhya
Madhya Bharat West Prant will be bifurcated into two Prants:
a. Madhya Bharat West Prant:
1. Ujjain, 2. Dewas, 3. Shajapur, 4. Aagar, 5. Mandsore, 6. Neemuch, 7.
b. Madhya Bharat South Prant:
1. Indore, 2. Dhar, 3. Khandwa, 4. Bhopal, 5. Harda, 6. Khargoan, 7. Vidisha,
8. Jhabua, 9. Alirajpur, 10. Badwani, 11. Burhanpur, 12. Rajgarh, 13. Sihore,
14. Hoshangabad, 15. Baitool