Pratapgarh. Pen India Awareness and Outreach program has been released on the occasion of Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi. Under which an awareness program was organized in Bamottara and Kachchi Basti on Thursday.
Pratapgarh. Pen India Awareness and Outreach program has been released on the occasion of Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi. Under which an awareness program was organized in Bamottara and Kachchi Basti on Thursday. Secretary Shivprasad Tamboli gave legal information in this. Under this, information about child marriage, prohibition of death, prohibition of female feticide, PCPNDT Act, birth-death registration, motor vehicle act, rights of senior citizens, victim compensation scheme and legal aid was given. Inspiring the villagers to join self-employment, information about the training programs being run by the Baroda Self-Employment Center was provided. So that they and any other person in their family can join these self-employment programs. Specially employment oriented training programs are being run by the state government to connect the villagers with self-employment.
Abhishek done on Navratri
Pratapgarh. In the Vedic Gurukul run by Shri Brahm Jyoti Sansthan, under the Navratri festival, worship and abhishek of the deities established in the morning was done by Batuks. In which Acharya Pandit Dinesh Dwivedi told that on Navami, worship of Mother Bhagwati Siddhidatri was done by worshiping Sri Devyatharvashirsham, anointing with blood flowers and offering 10 thousand with Baglamukhi mantra and 50 thousand with Navarna mantra. 2 lakh sacrifices were performed by the Batuks. Nine lakh chants of Aim Hreem Klein Chamundayai Viche Mantra and 1 lakh chants of Baglamukhi Mantra were performed by Batuks. The eighth day rituals will be concluded by worshiping the deities established on Vijayadashami festival by performing Abhishek and Havan, performing Purnahuti and Maha Aarti in Abhijeet Muhurta.
Pensioner’s society meeting on 17
Pratapgarh. The meeting of the pensioner society will be held on October 17 at 11 am in the building of the pensioner society. In the meeting, complete information about the card will be given by registering under RGHS Rajasthan Government Health Scheme. Samaj President Magniram Suthar told that all pensioners have to participate in this. District General Secretary Durga Prasad Solanki and Treasurer Kantilal will participate in this as many pensioners as possible.
-Nageshwar was made district president and Vijay as divisional vice-president
Pratapgarh. The National Advisory Council of the National and Regional Organizational Council of the National Youth Council of India, National Vice President Nitin Mathur, under the direction of State President Mayank Sharma, on the recommendation of Udaipur Division President Devendra Singh Chauhan, the executive committee of Udaipur Division has been expanded.
In which Vijay Taylor has been nominated as the Vice President of Udaipur Division, Akash Jain has been nominated as the General Secretary. Along with this, Vasu Batham Banswara, Santosh Patidar Dungarpur, Nageshwar Sen Pratapgarh, Raviraj Singh Medhi Udaipur, Digvijay Singh were appointed as Rajsamand District President. All the district presidents were asked to expand their executive and strengthen the organization.