Recently Kerala has witnessed one of the biggest natural calamity in it's entire history. More than 80% of the state was heavily flooded and took lives of several hundreds of people. At this critical moment AYUDH volunteers put their life at stake and participated in the rescue missions all over the state.
AYUDH India organized two national level training summits at Amritapuri from 24-31 December 2017- Leaders Training Summit (24-27 December) for youngsters aged 15 to 30 years, followed by Mentors Training Summit (28-31 December) for adults aged 30 to 50 years.
National Youth Day is celebrated in India on January 12th on the birthday of Swami Vivekananda. Ayudh (Awaken Youth; Unite for Dharma) traditionally celebrates this as Yuva Jagriti.
Every year millions of devotees flock to the famous shrine known as Sabarimala in Kerala. As per the instructions of Chancellor Amma, this is the seventh time that the volunteers of Embracing the World had gathered in this hill-station for a cleanliness drive.
“As the world desperately needs Men who care more about others than themselves; few of our students are certainly going to be a promising future”. On October 23, 2016, more than 160 students of Amritapuri campus joined the AYUDH team in spending half a day of a warm Sunday with the poor and orphaned kids of Paripally Orphanage, Kollam. After the inaugural address by Dr. S. N. Jyothi, the Principal of Amrita School of Engineering, the children greeted the visiting team through gracious folk dances and a variety of other mind catching performances.
SriKrishna Jayanthi celebrations took off with a jubilant start at MAM Kaimanam, Thiruvananthapuram with a festive Shobhayatra along with bhajans.
Amrita members and Amrita Medical Wing had visited the tribal village at Chempukadavu, Kozhikode, Kerala.
AYUDH Amritapuri - organized Bharat Mata Puja 2016, literally elated the massive gathering to zeniths of patriotic feelings.