AYUDH Thiruvananthapuram chapter is organizing a unique summer camp – SRISHTI 2016 – for the age group of 13-18 years. The camp encompasses many attractive modules of Skill and Personality development. It will be a fun-filled and amazing experience for the teen group. The sessions included are Clay Modelling, Photography Workshop, Treasure Hunt, Meditation & Yoga, Outdoor games etc to name a few. Those who are interested to participate may contact +91-9446633087.
Blog Archive March 2016
Haritamritam’, a Green Initiative by Ayudh Pune was inaugurated and blessed by our most beloved Amma by distributing the first NINE saplings to the Ayudh Team leaders during Amma’s Pune visit in March 2016.
Amma says “Each family should plant a vegetable garden and should be able to eat vegetables grown organically at least once in a week. Even apartments residents can grow vegetables in window boxes and on terraces. This relationship to Nature will give us a new vitality”
A workshop was organized by the AYUDH team in order to train the Haritamritam Project coordinators. The workshop aimed to develop the knowledge and skills of coordinators on organic Gardening Technique so that they become experts to deliver similar workshops in societies. The demo and workshop was conducted by Mr Dhananjay Motaghare, Director at CAREOL SOLUTIONS.
The core team of AYUDH members have been started visiting flats in a society for conducting awareness campaign for Haritamritam workshop registration. The first campaign is done at Prem Park Society, Pimpri-Chinchwad. This visit aims at getting maximum registration from this society so that the registrants can start making their own garden before the project launch.
Ayudh Mangaluru members is helping the local women in construction of toilets.
‘Advaya’16’- a two day Ayudh youth camp was organized at Mata Amritanandamayi Math, Pune on 27th and 28th February 2016. Ayudh(Amrita Yuva Dharma Dhara) is the international youth movement of Mata Amritanandamayi Math. The camp was an opportunity for the youngsters to share the values, concerns, questions and challenges!. Eighty six (86) youngsters of the Ayudh core team were invited to the camp.