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Kartheekagnanamrutham 2012

Kartheeka Gnanamrutham - 2012

Karthika Gnanamrutham was prgamosed pm 10th December,2012. for the students of classes VIII,IX and X of Bharatiya vidya Bhavan's Sri Venkateswara Vidhayala,Tirupati.Dr.N.Satyanarayana Raju,Hony.Director & Treasurer, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Tirupati Kendra welcomed and introduced the gurest shri Samudrala Lakshmanaiah to the gatehring, in his welcome adddress he expressed his gratitude to shri Samudrala Lakshmanaiah garu, for accepting to Speak on many an occasion.

He recalled that Shri Samudrala Lakshmanaiah garu has been imparting knwledge to the students and added that this programme has influenced many students to inculcate spiritual,moral cultural alnd social Values.Vachaspathi Shri Samudrala Lakshmanaiah speaking on the occassion,gavae the significance of this auspicious month 'karthika '.

In addition, he added that eaxtaernal and internal cleansing is essential for evseary humanbeing and this could be achieved through a dip in the holy rivers,lighting lamps,charity or any other noble deed.

To commemorate the platinum jubilee celebrations of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan,Vanamahotsavam was organised on the Bhavan's campus. on this auspicious occasion,it was recalled that shri K.M.Munshiji,the founder of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan took keen interest in promoting vanamahotsavams.

The School students participated in the vanamahotsavam arrianged and paid respects to mother nature.shri penchal Reddy,TUDA Vice-Chairman,Police officials shri Shankar,Shri Muniraja ,reputed cardiologist Dr.Rajasekhar,eminent scholar Dr.Medasani Mohan,the Executive Committee members of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan,Shri Sannidhanam Sudarshan Sarma,Vice-Chancellor, Vedic University , Prof. P.Murali,Shri.E Phalguna Kumar,Chartered Accountant,Prof.P.Sudhakar Reddy,Shri Raja Rao,Dr.Alladi Mohan.Shri Sudarshan Raju,Shri A.Satish Kumar and many othe invitees participated in the 'Vanabhojanam', organised on the campus to enhance communal harmony and social relationships and dine together in the midst of nature after offering reverence to Aamla (Gooseberry )and Maredy (Bila ) trees.