VSK Chennai Sandesh

VSK Chennai News, December 28, 2009


In Tamilnadu, Rashtra Sevika Samiti's members have been campaigning among Hindu girls not to wear T-shirts, jeans etc. They are dissuading girls from taking to weird hairstyles. This was disclosed by samiti's state general secretary Gomathi Naveen in a press meet at Erode in connection with the centenary of Samiti's former president Saraswati Tai Apte. The press meet was held on December 27, the last day of the three day state level sammelan of the Samiti in which 720 Sevikas from all over the State participated. Gomati insisted that Samiti will not indulge in any agitation to achieve this end. The punctuality and discipline with which the Samiti route march was held, prompted a woman police official on duty to exclaim how great it would be if they (women police) too could receive training in this fashion.

India Post chips in with a stamp release during Sangeet Season

Com December, Chennai Metro goes abuzz with a plethora of traditional Sangeet performances in both vocal and instrumental. The season itself is known as Sangeet Season. Rasikas from all over the world throng Chennai to listen to soul filling Hindu music known as Carnatic music. As though forming part of it, the Postal Department came out with a stamp in honour of renowned composer Srimad Venkata Ramana Bhagavatha Swamy belonging to Saurashtra Community at Madurai, Tamilnadu. South Zone Director of the Postal Department Sri Ramachandran informed that 5, 00,000 stamps are sold at 16000 post offices. He added, the stamp release was an effort to bring home to the youth, the lives of great ones who upheld our culture.

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