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Dharmanagar hosts Rashtra Sevika Samiti’s primary camp with a focus on cultural and spiritual development


By TC News Desk

Agartala, 24th May 2024:   In the serene setting of Rajbari Dharmanagar’s Class XII Girls School, the Rashtra Sevika Samiti, an esteemed Hindu women’s organization inaugurated its South Assam Pranta’s primary camp on May 18th. The event spanned four days and concluded on the morning of May 23rd, leaving a lasting impression on the attendees.

The camp was led by the South Assam Pranta’s Executive Snigdha Das, was graced by the presence of Dharmanagar College’s Prof. Dr. Uma Namshudra as the chief guest. Divisional Executive Latika Das and North Tripura District Executive Meenakshi Nath also marked their presence, contributing to the camp’s success.

A total of 120 participants, including 78 students ranging from teenage girls to housewives across three districts, engaged in a series of activities designed to foster physical, mental, and spiritual growth. “The camp serves as a university for character building, where we not only focus on physical practices but also imbue our participants with the essence of Indian culture and spirituality,” stated Latika Das.

The daily schedule commenced at 4:30 a.m. followed by Pratsamran, yoga, and shakha activities. Participants gathered in front of the Guru Bhagwa Dhwaj to offer prayers to Bharata Mata and engage in various physical exercises and games.

Afternoons were dedicated to intellectual discussions and practices on topics such as Indian culture, Hinduism, and effective organizational skills. “Through these branches, we aim to reconstruct a Tejaswi Hindu Rashtra, nurturing individuals who are well-rounded in all aspects of life,” explained Meenakshi Nath.

The camp also welcomed Pranta Adhikari Pranta Sahakarya Sahayika Sucharita Som Deb, Kshetra Co-Worker Krishna Bhattacharya, and Akhil Bharatiya Saha Seva Pramukh Suparna De, who shared their insights and experiences with the participants.

As the sun set, the evenings resonated with Sayam Remembrance, Bhajan sessions, workshops, and the patriotic song ‘Bande Mataram,’ encapsulating the spirit of unity and devotion.

The Rashtra Sevika Samiti’s primary camp not only provided a platform for learning and growth but also strengthened the bonds of community among the women of the region. The organization continues to inspire and empower, paving the way for a brighter future.

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