Dec 2020

No Suttur Jatra this year

Sutturu, Dec. 21, 2020: His Holiness Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji’s Jatra Mahotsav which was scheduled to be held from February 8 to 13, 2021 has been cancelled due to Corona-19 pandemic.
As a result of this all the programmes including Rathotsava, Theppotsava, Kondotsava, other Utsavs, Prabhath Peri Lakshadeepotsava, Jangamotsava, Guru Brahmotsava, Exhibition, Krishi Mela, Boat ride, Desi games, Wrestling competition, Cultural Mela, Religious Meet, Agriculture Seminars, Bhajana Mela, Mass Marriage, Cattle Fair, Drawing Competition, Chitrasanthe, Quiz, Rangoli Competition, Sobane Pada competition, Kite competition, presentations by cultural teams, Rural Drama, Crackers, Shops, Mahadasoha have been cancelled.
Special poojas will be held at all the shrines and temples in the Srimath premises on February 9 evening. The rathotsava, theppotsava and other poojas will be conducted as per the traditions, symbolically. There will be live telecast of all the programmes.
Hence, all the devotees and general public are requested to watch the live programme and avoid coming to the Srimath. Links of all the live programmes will be provided.

A meeting to discuss about the 35th death anniversary programme of His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamiji and Jatra Mahotsav was held at Suttur Srikshetra. His Holiness Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji graced the occasion and gave his blessings.

2020-12-26T06:08:59+00:00December 26th, 2020|

Special Handloom Expo at JSS Urban Haat

#Samskruthi2020- JSS Urban Haat is organizing a “Special Handloom Expo” from 30th December 2020 to 12th January 2021 at JSS Urban Haat, Hebbal, Mysuru. Weavers from different parts of the country gather here to exhibit and sell pure silk sarees and other handloom products.
Along with this, #GujaratHandicraftUtsav2020 is also organized, where a wide range of Gujarati handicrafts and handlooms will be exhibited and sold. The exhibition will be open from 10:00 am to 9 pm on all days.

2020-12-23T07:41:36+00:00December 23rd, 2020|

Sri Rajendra Mahaswamiji’s Punyaaradhane and Jatra Mahotsav consultation meeting on Dec. 19 at Suttur Srikshetra

Suttur, Dec. 18, 2020: His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamiji’s 35th Punyaaradhane (death anniversary) will be held in a simple way, at Suttur Srikshetra on December 19, Saturday, in the gracious presence of His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji. Rudrabhisheka, special pooja programmes will be held early in the morning at the shrine of Sri Rajendra Mahaswamiji.

The Jatra Mahotsav was supposed to be held in February 2021. A meeting of the committee members and devotees has been organised at 10.30 am, to discuss when and how the Jatra Mahtosav should be held this year, due to the ongoing COVID pandemic.

Permission has been given to a limited number of people to take part in the meeting and pooja programmes as per government guidelines. 

2020-12-19T09:10:03+00:00December 19th, 2020|

Horse Gram PHG-9 Field Day

Suttur, Dec. 19, 2020: The ICAR JSS Krishi Vignan Kendra had orgnaised a Horse Gram PHG-9 variety field day on December 17, 2020, at Arakere Village in K.R. Nagara Taluk. About 10 farmers of this village were trained in seed treatment, farming measures, and seed production on PHG-9 horse gram variety during the 2020 monsoon season, and seeds were also distributed to them. All these farmers had sown the seeds in their respective farms, following which the field day was organised. The farmers who participated in the field day expressed their view that the PHG-9 variety horse gram was better than the local variety and had given more produce.

H.V. Divya, Seed Technology Scientist of JSS KVK who participated in the field day explained that the Horse Gram PHG-9 variety is very good and gives yield within 100-105 days and also is resistant to yellow poison disease. “It gives 3-4 quintals of yield per acre under good care. Farmers can earn Rs.2000 more profit per quintal from this,” she added.

Horse Gram PHG-9 field day held at the agricultural field of Sri Kumar, in Arakere village, in K.R. Nagara Taluk.

2020-12-19T09:04:36+00:00December 19th, 2020|

Glimpses of an article about Sri Suttur Math appeared in a Magazine named “Hinduism Today” in the USA in 2012

Glimpses of an article about Sri Suttur Math appeared in a Magazine named “Hinduism Today” in the USA in 2012

2020-12-19T08:38:48+00:00December 17th, 2020|

Paddy Field Day from JSS KVK

Suttur, Dec. 15, 2020: The ICAR JSS Krishi Vignan Kendra, in association with the Indian Institute of Rice Research, Hyderabad and Agriculture Department, ATMA, T. Narasipura had organised a ‘Paddy Direct Sowing from Drum Seeder and Integrated Crop Management’ field day, at Danaykanapura Village in T. Narasipura Taluk. Sri Satish S., In-charge Head, JSS KVK, Sri Shamraj, Agricultural Scientist, Dr. Somashekar, Deputy Director, Agriculture Department, Smt. Kumuda, Director, ATMA Sub Project, Smt. Kavya, Agricultural Officer, and Sri Shivanna, ATM Project, Agriculture Department were present in the programme.

Speaking on the occasion, Sri Satish S., In-charge Head, JSS KVK shared information on the methods of seed treatment in paddy, its benefits, integrated disease, and pest management importantly cultivation methods, managing mechanical procedures, bio procedure, chemical procedure and how disease and pest problems would reduce through proper air, light, and plants from the drum seeder director sowing method. He also shared information on how to save spraying expenses.

Scientist Sri Shamraj explained about the preparation of field, direct sowing through drum seeder, sowing method, water management, nutrition management, crop management. He also explained, while the production cost would reduce by 40% through the direct sowing method, income would increase by 60% due to more yield.

Somashekar, Deputy Director, Agriculture Department explained in detail about the various facilities that are available to the farmers from the Agriculture Department. He advised the farmers to adopt drum seeder direct sowing procedure, and reduce the production cost and get more income.

Sri Shivanna, of ATMA programme of Agriculture Department, welcomed the gathering, Smt. Kavya gave a vote of thanks. Agriculture Department officers and 65 farmers took part in the programme.

2020-12-16T06:56:33+00:00December 16th, 2020|

Ragi field day

Suttur, Dec. 10, 2020: The ICAR JSS Krishi Vignan Kendra, Suttur, had organised ‘Ragi Field Day,’ at Arakere Village in K.R. Nagara Taluk, on December 10, 2020. About 20 farmers were provided training in seed production and value addition, short-term KMR 630 and white ragi KMR 340 variety seed treatment, and sowing seeds were also distributed to them in this village during this year monsoon. As the farmers had received a good harvest, ‘Ragi field day’ was conducted.

Ragi variety KMR 630 Field Day
Smt. Netravathi Yettinamani, In-house scientist, JSS KVK explained the farmers about the various uses of white ragi variety KMR 340. “It is a white colour crop and can be used in bakery products and making papads. Also, this variety of ragi has more proteins. Farmers can produce up to 12-14 quintals of produce per acre. They can also earn more profits if they enhance this variety,” she said.
 
Ragi variety KMR 630 Field Day
H.V. Divya, Scientist (Seed Technology), JSS KVK explained about KMR 640 variety. “It is a short-term variety, and gives yield within 95-100 days. It is suitable to sow during August, after harvesting the tobacco crop. It is also a disease-resistant crop and gives 12-14 quintals of produce in rainy land and 18-20 quintals in irrigated land. Farmers can earn up to Rs. 1,000 more profit per quintal after cleaning it,” she explained. 

2020-12-12T07:34:25+00:00December 12th, 2020|

Services of JSS Institutions in the educational sector is immense: Prof. G. Hemanth Kumar, MU VC

Mysuru, Dec. 10, 2020: “There is no dearth of job opportunities today. But there is a shortage of skilled labour. Hence, it is very essential to obtain skill training,” opined Prof. G. Hemanth Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, Mysore University.
He inaugurated the ‘Abhivinyasa’ programme held at the JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru, organized for the benefit of students who have enrolled for degree courses this year. “The government can’t provide education or jobs to everyone. In this background, the services rendered by the Suttur Math and other Maths in the state are invaluable and appreciable. Rural students have benefitted a lot from the educational institutions established by Suttur Srimath. The JSS College is providing several useful courses, especially skill-based courses. Students should make good use of it. The students need to obtain skill education today. You should have an aim and work hard to achieve it,” he said.
In his presidential address, Dr.C.G. Betsurmath, Executive Secretary, JSS MVP said, “His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Rajendra Mahaswamiji was a visionary. He laid a strong foundation for the Srimath which is rendering excellent service in arts, literature, spiritual, social, health, and other service sectors. The present pontiff has been successful in strengthening it further. As a result of all this JSS MVP has gained popularity across the country and abroad. JSS Institutions have been functioning very well and in a very organised manner even amidst COVID pandemic time. As a result of this, you have been able to participate in this online programme. Today’s students may witness several changes in future. They should try to adapt and match accordingly and face problems. All this will be possible only through higher education. Try to utilize your strengths optimally,” he added.
In his introductory speech, Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the College Complex advised the students to utilize the facilities adequately provided by the college and try to get more marks and become good citizens of the country. “Our college has achieved several milestones and has won a very good reputation. We have also introduced many courses as per the present requirement. We are providing all the required facilities to the students, as expected by the parents,” he said.
Earlier the programme commenced with an invocation by Kum Anusha. Dr. H.C. Ponnappa, Principal welcomed the gathering. Dr. Kumudini gave a vote of thanks. Dr. Poornima M., Head of English Department compered. This is an online programme and will be held for three days from December 10 to 12, 2020, and will introduce the students to the college, information about education, facilities available, curriculum, and extra-curricular centers.

2020-12-11T04:01:45+00:00December 11th, 2020|