Monday, May 16, 2011

SILENT TRANSFORMATION IN A BEGGAR'S FAMILY




In Thakkalai, Kanyakumari District, Tamilnadu, Swayamsevaks asked two children to come for playing. When they came to shaka, the swayamsevaks found that these two children were beggars and their parents also involved in begging. Swayamsevaks asked the children whether they are interested in studying. They readily accepted and gave up their begging (which is their livelihood) and started studying. Slowly transformation took place in the family also. Swayamsevaks asked the parents whether they are interested in going for a work. They happily accepted and started going for the work. Due to this, their regard for the Sangh slowly grew in them. As a result of this, when they came to know that the Sangh was involved in collecting money for the affected persons in Srilanka, they voluntarily came forward and happily donated Rs.300/- Now, the whole family is transformed towards a cause.


VES STUDENT SCORES THE HIGHEST MARKS


Parama Poojaneeya Sri Mohan Ji Bhagawat appreciated the efforts put forth by the Student when he was in Chennai participating in Dwatheeya Varsha Camp held at Vyasarpadi.










Sandhya, the student of Vivekananda Educational Society, (Smt. Ramkumar Devi Fomra Vivekananda Vidyalaya, Chromepet) of Vidya Bharathi scored the HIGHEST MARKS in Tamilnadu i.e. 1191/1200 marks in her Plus Two Board Examinations conducted recently in March 2011. She took Samskritam as her language paper. According to the State Government policy, Rekha a student from Vijay Vidyalaya, Hosur scored 1190/1200 marks has been declared as State FIRST as she took Tamil as her language paper.


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