Monday, September 26, 2016

RSS IT Milan Sangamam at Bhagyanagar, Hyderabad

Hindutva is essence of Bharateeya civilisation and it has been continuously being accepted by people irrespective of their profession. Even in this era of technology, Hindu way of life remains the axis of our day-to-day life.


On the occasion of Dr. Ambedkar’s125th Birth Anniversary & Birth Centenary of Pt. Deendayal Upadyaya ( the proponent of Integral Humanism of Ekatma Manava Darshan), RSS organised Bhagyanagar IT Sangamam on 25th September, 2016 at 5 pm.

RSS runs IT Milans ( saptahik shakas ) and Mandalis for IT Professionals in over 50 locations in various parts of the city of Hyderabad. Braving the continuous rains, 300 Swayamsevaks working in the IT industry participated in 3km route march which started from Oasis School and ended at G.Narayannamma Engineering College, Shaikpet that passed through the streets of Raidurgam.
Totally 565 people attended the programme including 365 swayamsevaks in RSS New uniform who performed various demonstrations.

The chief guest of the Bhagyanagar IT Sangamam, Sri DSN Murthy garu- MD and CEO of Dhanush Group said: “The world is connected through technology, in where IT professionals play key role in nation and image building of us at international level. The right direction with good discipline and positive attitude towards our society must be encouraged preserving our cultural heritage and principles.”

Chief Speaker Sri C R Mukunda ji, RSS Akkila Bharatiya Sah-boudhik Pramukh, said: “We should continuously evaluate our traditions and decide what needs to passed on to the next generation so that Family system- our great assets –continues to thrive.

He also appealed swayamsevaks to imbibe values in their daily life which create harmony in our social life and completely eradicate untouchability in all walks of life particularly in three places: Temples, Cremation ground and water sources.

Sri Pyata Venakateswar Rao garu, RSS Prant Sanghchalak (State President) and Sri B. Sreedhar Reddy garu – Sambhag Karyavaha (City Secretary) were also present.









                                                                                                          

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