New Delhi: “Swami Vivekananda Smriti Karmayogi 2020″ award ceremony was successfully organised at Malaviya Smriti Bhavan in Delhi on Tuesday under the support of ‘My Home India’, a social organisation working on subjects related to Northeast India.
In this programme, Dr. Subrahmanya Bharti Kodale, was awarded Swami Vivekananda Smriti Karmayogi by Sunil Deodhar, Former Managing Trustee, Educationist Dr. Sachchidanand Joshi and Secretary Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra.
On this occasion Chief Guest Educationist Dr. Sachchidanand Joshi, Secretary Indira Gandhi, Meghalaya Youth Minister Daskita Lamre as a distinguished guest, and Mr. Sunil Deodhar, former Managing Trustee of My Home India and Baldev Raj Sachdeva, Chief Executive Member of My Home India were present.
Subrahmanya Bharti Kodale has worked for a long time in the field of education in Meghalaya and brought about a big change in the tribal society through social work.
Born in Karnataka, Kodale has been bringing awareness through education and social work since 1983 in Meghalaya. His association with the Sangh Parivar gave him an impetus to taking interest in the work of the National Self from his childhood. He also worked on increasing suicide cases among youth and worked with drug addicted youths.
Chief guest educationist Dr. Sachchidanand Joshi appreciated the contributions made by Kodale and the service done by the organisation during the corona crisis.
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In addition, Mr. Sunil Deodhar, former Managing Trustee of My Home India, talked about removing lack of awareness in other areas of the country and also took the oath to provide all possible help to the problems of the people of Northeast India. He further termed Kodaleji’s personality as Karma yogi.
Daskita Lamre who was the special guest of the programme, praised the work of My Home India for their dedication towards selfless service to people.
Chief Executive Member of My Home India, Baldev Sachdeva also mentioned on the occasion that the organisation aims to connect the social workers working in Northeast India with the rest of India through the Karmayogi Award and strengthen a feeling of belonging in the country.