"Him I call a Mahatma ("great soul") whose heart bleeds for the poor, otherwise he is a Duratma ("wicked soul"). Let us unite our wills in continued prayer for their good."
- 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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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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What moves VYF
  • The number of street children in India is 25 million, which is the combined population of Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore and Pune.

  • Around 2.2 million of these street children die before the age of five.

  • 4.38 million children die every year in India, which is almost 12,000 each day or over 8 children a minute.

  • The ones who survive are soft targets as they are young, and poor. The condition of these homeless children often leads to them resorting to petty theft, robberies, drug trafficking, prostitution, murder and other criminal activities.

  • More than 5 million children all over the Indian streets are HIV positive.

  • Most of the girls are raped, taken away by touts and sold in brothels.

VYF has interacted with over 30,000 street children, orphans and abandoned children