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Report on VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONATION CAMP on 13.09.2022

Department of PG Studies in Roganidana in association with NSS Unit, Youth Red Cross Unit and JSS Hospital, Mysuru, organized a Blood Donation Camp in commemoration of 107th Jayanthi celebration of Jagadguru Rajagurutilaka Dr. Sri. Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamiji on 13.09.2022, Tuesday at JSS Ayurveda Hospital, Mysuru.

Camp was inaugurated by Dr. Pallavi – Chief Guest, Blood Bank Officer, JSS Hospital, Mysuru. In her speech, she stressed on the importance of voluntary blood donation, and highlighted the merits of voluntary blood donation and congratulated the Institution for conducting such blood donation camps every year. Dr. B. Gurubasavaraj spoke on the importance of blood donation and its need in the present circumstance and motivated the staffs and students for blood donation. Dr Sarbeswar Kar, Principal and Medical Superintendent, JSS Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital, Mysuru spoke about the blood donation, it serves the purpose of one among the Trividha Dasoha i.e., Arogya Dasoha and encouraging the blood donors with best wishes and thank Dr. Pallavi and team, Blood Bank Division, JSS Hospital for their Association in conducting this blood donation camp. All Consultants, Teaching faculties, Admin faculties of the hospital were present in the program along with PG Scholars and UG students of the college.

Program was started by Dhanvantari Stavana and lighting the lamp by Guest, and Dignitaries.

200 Donors (Students and Faculties) were screened, and 50 units of blood was collected.

Dr. Subhash Chandra Bose. M, Professor & Head, Department of PG studies in Roganidana coordinated the program along with Dr. Shashibindu, NSS Officer and Dr. Santosh. V. R, Youth Red Cross Coordinator, JSS Ayurveda Medical College & Hospital, Mysuru, were present.

2022-09-15T06:16:22+00:00September 15th, 2022|

Richness by heart is Indian culture

Mysuru, September 14, 2022: “Indian culture is excellent, that is full of richness by heart,” observed His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji.

He participated in the Satsang program organized by the Veerashaiva Samaja, held in Boston, USA, on September 13.

In his blessings, His Holiness said, “Indian culture is that which doesn’t have any beginning or ending and a culture that loves everybody in the world. During the independence struggle, Mahatma Gandhiji called for a non-violent struggle. He inspired everyone to struggle without using any weapon. Thus, he proved that we could achieve anything in this world through peace and non-violence. Indians have the strength to win hearts of others. Even today, we can see wars in this world to extend dynasties. Likewise, a war will also be going in our souls against the problems of our lives. If we want to overcome all those problems, we should follow spirituality. We can attain eternal peace through prayers. Prayers gives us inner peace. Human beings should develop a habit of accepting both failures and successes equally. We should learn how to live happily with whatever we have. God is both inside and outside our souls. When we understand it, it helps us to achieve something good,” he said.

The program conducted at the residence of Sri Rajanna and Smt. Pushpa. Retired Principal Prof. S. Mallanna delivered the introductory speech. VSNE President Sri Rudresh mastered the program. Kum. Prakruti rendered an invocation. Sri Madhu Akkihebbal, Smt. Lakshmi Ramesh presented devotional songs and bhajans, accompanied by Sri Rajesh Pai and Sri Ramesh Yalakkishetty with musical instruments. Sri Rajendra and Sri R. Mahesh explained the journey of the JSS Spiritual Mission and future projects. Spiritual aspirers from several parts of New England participated in the program.

2022-09-15T06:06:40+00:00September 15th, 2022|

Indians are those who wish for the welfare of others

Mysuru, September 14, 2022: “Indians have the mindset of helping others without expecting anything in return,” observed His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji, of Sri Suttur Math.

He participated in the Satsang program organized by the Basava International Corporation, held in New York, USA on September 11.

In his blessings, His Holiness observed, “Basaveshwara was one of the excellent saints of the world. It is appreciable that the world remembers him continuously. Everyone likes to be happy always. India is a country that is spiritually and culturally rich. Our rishis and saints and visionaries enriched them. We have to pass on this knowledge to the next generation. It is indeed happy to see though people have migrated to a foreign land, they have continued to love their culture and heritage and are striving to further develop it. God has gifted us the strength to think. We should use it and try to solve all the problems in our lives. We face several confusions in our lives. We should balance them and continue our journey. Nijaguna Shivayogi taught us to balance both worldly and spiritual aspects and lead our lives. Shankaracharya taught us whatever work we do we should consider it a service to god. Only then our service will be called selfless.”

Sri Ravi Bopalapura, President, Xavier School of Medicine, and Dr. Anil Patil explained the activities of the JSS Spiritual Mission and requested the cooperation and support of all to continue the activities. Smt. Satya Vishwanath promised to do whatever she can. Sri Kumar Rajashekar and Sri Sanjath Soolakunte explained the journey of the JSS Spiritual Mission and future projects.

Before the stage program, His Holiness visited the Sri Mahavallabha Ganapathi temple. President Smt. Usha Mysurkar, Committee office-bearers, and priests welcomed His Holiness with poornakumbha. Smt. Usha Mysurkar explained to His Holiness Swamiji about the activities of the temple.

Smt. Swaroopa Chinnappala welcomed. Students rendered an invocation. Sri Sudheendra mastered the program.

2022-09-15T06:03:26+00:00September 15th, 2022|

Everyone should become introvert

Mysuru, September 14, 2022: “When everyone becomes introverts, their inner souls will become pure,” observed His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikenda Mhaswamiji.

He participated in the Satsang program organized by the Veerashaiva Samaja, held in New Jersey, America on September 10.

In his blessings, His Holiness said, “Music, dance, sculptures draw the attention of humans without our knowledge because those things have that strength. Those things make our minds and souls happy. A man works to be happy and lead a comfortable life. Everyone will aspire to it. Likewise, everyone will get both problems and happiness. Internal happiness is more important than external happiness. You can get internal happiness through prayers, meditation, offering pooja, and involvement in devotion. Human beings can find real happiness when they become introverts. It is a matter of pride to say that our rishis and saints had understood the universal truths of the world. Indians gained knowledge of several scientific truths through their divine powers. Everyone should purify their souls and keep them constant, and involve in work. You should work without expecting results. Such people can attain success. You should pray to the almighty with devotion. A man should dedicate himself to god,” he said.

VSNJ President Sri Omkarmurthy Murundi, Brindavana Kannada Sangha President Smt. Padmini, HSBB Vice-President Dr. Babu Kilare Veeregowda spoke about the Sri Math and JSS Institutions. Sri Kumar Rajashekar and Sri Sanjath Soolakunte explained the journey of the JSS Spiritual Mission and future projects. Smt. Anu Kuravatti welcomed the gathering. Trisha and Jiya Hulikere rendered an invocation. Sachi Nimbekayi, recited the Lingashtakam. Manya Kavi presented a flute recital program. Sowmya Jagaluru rendered mass bhajan, Biyanka Radhakrishna gave Bharatanatyam dance program and Sri Shivshankar Sanikoppa mastered the program.

2022-09-15T05:41:45+00:00September 15th, 2022|

Everyone should involve in spiritual achievement

Mysuru, September 7, 2022: “Along with worldly life, everyone should engage in spiritual achievement,” observed His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji.

He addressed the Satsang program held at Memphis in Tennessee, USA, on September 3. “People from several parts of India have come here for jobs and are striving to spread the Indian culture and tradition here. With the efforts of all these noble-minded souls, our culture and tradition are gaining strength here. They are all making efforts to enrich the Indian culture and values. Hindu religion embraces everything and everyone. Hindu religion has given the world the all-time truth ‘Sarve Janaha Sukhinobhavantu’ (Let everyone live happily). An individual can make spiritual achievements only when his life is clean. We should always remember god and dedicate time daily for meditation and pooja along with other activities. The inner life is also important like physical life. We should focus our minds on the inner aim. It is appreciable to note that temples are being established in the USA, along with undertaking other works like renovation. establishing goshalas, etc. All these are symbols of Indian heritage. Sri Purushottam has dedicated his life to spreading awareness about organic farming, establishing goshalas, spreading meditation, special poojas, homas, etc., by establishing the S-3 Foundation, which is appreciable,” he said.

Earlier, the program commenced with a welcome note by the Global Hindu Heritage Foundation Chairman Sri Prakash Valagupudi, who also explained the significance of a guru. S-3 Foundation Chairman Sri Purushottam expressed his gratitude to His Holiness for accepting his invitation and participating. He briefly explained the activities of Sri Math and the institution. Sri Kumar Rajashekar explained the activities of the JSS Spiritual Mission and the construction of the proposed temple. Dr. Sajjan Shiva, Sri Jayaranedra, Alamatti Sri Rudramunidevaru, spiritual aspirants from across Tennessee, and devotees participated in the Satsang.

2022-09-15T05:25:58+00:00September 15th, 2022|

Training on five formulas for sustainable agriculture in watershed areas

Suttur, September 14, 2022: The ICAR JSS Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Suttur, in association with the Bhartiya Agro Industries Foundation (BAIF), Hunsur, organized a two-days training program on the topic, “Five Formulas for Sustainable Agriculture in Watershed Areas.” About 60 farmers including both men and women from Hunsur taluk took part in the training program.

JSS KVK Cultivation Scientist Sri Shamraj spoke about the development of watershed areas and methods of improved cultivation in rainfed areas and provided technical information to the participants. “Soil, which is the upper layer of the earth takes thousands of years to form. Hence, focus on constructing absorption pits, contour pits across the slope areas to prevent soil erosion,” he said. He advised the participants to select good quality seeds and seed storage for agriculture and adopt mechanization in farming to solve the agricultural labor problems.

The participants visited the KVK demonstration units, goshala, integrated horticulture system developed in half acre land, and jeevamrutha manufacturing units and collected information.

JSS KVK staff and BAIF staff members also participated in the training program.

2022-09-14T11:41:16+00:00September 14th, 2022|

JSS High School, Suttur

Manjunath, Omprakash Mehato, students of the JSS High School, Suttur, participated in the district-level rural IT Quiz 2022 competitions organized by the Department of Public Instructions, Mysore and won. They have been selected to participate in the Divisional-level competition. Headmaster and trainer of the school are seen with the winners, in this picture.

2022-09-08T12:38:18+00:00September 8th, 2022|

Students of JSS School, Suttur, shine in talent hunt competitions

Headmaster and teachers of the JSS Higher Primary School, Suttur, seen with the winners of various competitions held as part of the cluster-level talent hunt competitions.

Suttur, September 7, 2022: Students of the JSS Higher Primary School, have won in various competitions and prizes at the cluster-level talent hunt competitionsorganized by the School Education and Literacy Department, Nanjangud, held at the Government Higher Primary School, in Bilugali Village.

Details of the winners are as follows:

T.M. Chandana (Devotional songs singing and Kannada memorization competition); B.H. Sahana (story telling); Sanwidore (fancy dress); U. Hanika (English memorization); K.S. Varungowda (speech); Tanmay (Extempore speech). All the above students have won first place in the respective competitons and have been selected to participate in the taluk-level competitons.

S.M. Manohar (Comedy); S. Sanwi (Religious chanting); Deekshit (story telling); S.A. Rashmi (Devotional songs) – 2nd prize.

S.R. Manwita (Performance song); Supreeta (English memorization); Sanjana (Hindi memorization) – 3rd prize with certificates.

2022-09-08T06:17:33+00:00September 8th, 2022|