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- Swami Vivekananda

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  Journey To Divinity - Odissi Recital
Journey to Divinity" is a tribute to swami Vivekananda , through Indian classical dance by Odissi exponent Shubhada Varadkar. it portrays various aspects of Swamiji's philosophy and is base on the poems of Swamiji."Journey to Divinity" takes a kaleidoscopic view of Swamijis life in narrative form. it uses classical dance in conventional sense but also includes commentary and visuals.this is the recording of the programe organised by Shri Ramakrishna Mission and Vivekananda Youth Forum. or scheduling a show of this Tribute, please email or call us.

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Durga Puja' 2016 at Ramakrishna Mission:

Handcrafted products created by "Srujan" VYF's vocational training project. Young women and girls have handcrafted jewellery i.e. earrings, necklaces, bracelets. Hand painted diyas by "Sandhyalaya" students.

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Sakwar Rural Self-Development Project for Tribal Boys: This program provides martial arts training in Karate & self defense to the tribal boys and girls from the villages of Sakwar & Embur, located 70 kms outside city limits, on the outskirts of Mumbai. A senior member of VYF, who is a martial arts teacher, trained one of the village boys, and today he has taken the onus of being the first martial arts teacher in his own village. About hundred village children participate in the classes each semester, and for years VYF has sponsored this project to teach and train the new generation of tribal boys and girls. The martial arts training give the children a sense of self confidence, self esteem and most of all trains them in self-defense. It is also a creative outlet and a source of self improvement. Recently girls were included in the program. The program continues to be popular is the tribal village. ...Read More