“My Transformation Transforms Nation”- a chinmaya mission initiativeThat’s the slogan of “Transforming Indians to Transform India” – a movement initiated by Chinmaya Mission that is expected to have a pan-India appeal within the next 1 year. “If Indians transform to become physically fit, emotionally strong, intellectually refined, culturally rooted, actively patriotic and spiritually uplifted with the vision of universal oneness, India will be revitalized. Indians will not only gain at a personal level, but will be positive contributors to the society and the world at large” says Swami Mitrananda, the conceiver of the movement and a Director of All India Chinmaya Yuva Kendra, the Youth wing of Chinmaya Mission. This initiative is our first step of a three year program that is being organized as a part of Swami Chinmayananda’s Birth Centenary Celebrations. It begins with by a national quiz aimed at reaching out to about 10 lakh individuals and families as participants of the quiz. During the second phase there will be seminars on transformation in all districts of India in regional languages by Professionals and specialists from respective fields. The third phase involves a mass awareness drive through rallies covering the length and breadth of India, connecting people.The Honorable Prime Minister Sri Manmohan Singh said in a message about the project, “It goes without saying that India can transform for the better only if each one strives for our own improvement. The All India Chinmaya Yuva Kendra is attempting to encourage such individual change through the project “Transforming Indians to Transform India” The Prime Minister further stated that this is a noble endeavour and wished the project all success.His Excellency The Governor of Maharashtra Shree K.Shankaranarayan launched the movement in Mumbai on 4th September 2012 at Yashwantrao Chavan Auditorium amidst an exclusive audience of leading educationists, business-persons, other eminent personalities of the city and the Media. Similar high profile launches have been planned in other metros . There will also be many smaller launches across the country in various places.Transforming Indians to Transform India (TITI) Quiz gives a complete new perspective to the entire experience of quizzing altogether by focusing more on transformation and less on competition! Designed with great innovation at every level, this nation-wide family quiz program is being launched with a vision for the entire country in more than 200 centers of Chinmaya Mission and its schools.With a negligible registration charge of Rs.100, a participant is given an exclusive complimentary copy of book called “Transforming Indians to India – 7 Short Stories”. Keeping in mind all age groups, the content has been woven into short, interesting stories to make them easy to read, enjoy and learn. Each story comes with a set of simple activities to make the reader think and guide him to make the little changes that would eventually bring about a transformation within. The book also presents the vision of a Transformed Indian and a Transformed India. The national quiz will be based mainly on this book. The winner of this national quiz will receive a prize money of Rs.2 lakhs and a car! There are many other exciting prizes for the runners-up also. But what really stands out is not the prizes, but the spirit of noble patriotism exhibited by Chinmaya Mission.In Sikkim, Chinmaya Mission, Sikkim Centre has formed a Core Committee for the purpose of spreading the message so that wide participation is received from all sections of the society for the Quiz- “ Transforming Indians to Transform India”Shri C P Dhakal has been nominated as Chief Coordinator – Sikkim State for the Quiz. Shri Sagarmani Dhakal-Coordinator . Other core members are: Shri L B Chhetri, Shri N Dorjee, Sh S K Sarda, Ms Ratna Subba, Ms Nirlata Rai ,Shri S D Dhakal, Shri Ganesh Pradhan, Shri Jeewan Dabriwal,Shri Govind Dhakal, Ms Preeti Pathak, Shri Madav Khanal, Shri Lalchand Khatri, Ms Padma Khatri, Ms Shobha Sarda, Shri D K Pandey, Shri Chhewang K Tamang, Shri Sushen Pradhan, Shri Sujen Poudel, Shri J R Chettri, Shri Tika Chettri , Shri Manorath Dhakal, Shri Amrit Gurung, Shri Gurudeva, Ms Madhumita Lama, Ms Priya Agarwal and Shri R P Sharma.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
“My Transformation Transforms Nation”
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