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Bhumi’s Nakshatra 2014 in Chennai

Bhumi’s Nakshatra 2014 in Chennai

Nakshatra, Bhumi’s annual inter-children’s home talent festival was conducted by Bhumi on Sunday, 13 July 2014 at MCC Higher Secondary School, Chetpet. The sixth edition of the national talent fest is expected to be bigger and better this year with 6,000 children participating in six cities across India.

The guests of honour at the inaugural at the Chennai event were Mr. Shravan (first runner up at Airtel Super Singer) and Mr. Selva Ganapathy (recipient of the Volunteer Hero Award at the iVolunteer awards 2013). Mr. Aadhavan from Aaditya TV was also present to host his show “Konjam Nadinga Boss” with some of the kids. Mr. Subramaniam, President of the Tamil Nadu Astronomical Association introduced the children to the world of ‘Infinite Space’ and showed stars and planets using a telescope.

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The whole event was planned and executed by Bhumi’s young volunteers. Dr.Prahalathan, the co-founder of Bhumi, said “it is definitely a lot of work and there is a framework to be followed, but all this would not be possible without our volunteers”. With more than two months of planning and 200 volunteers, the event steered a crowd of 878 children from 39 shelter homes for 19 different art, literary and cultural competitions like face painting, clay modelling, skit, elocution, story writing etc.

CHE NAK 140713-0174“Being a coordinator has its own blues because of all the last minute changes, but the ecstatic feeling one gets seeing the children happy and witnessing the hard work taking form has no boundaries”, said Aravind Lakshmanan.

While there was lot of excitement rushing throughout the venue, Sonia, a volunteer said “the energy here is coming back like a Frisbee – from the kids to us”, while Ranjani, a volunteer at the help desk said “although I missed the kids performing, all I expect at the end of the day is a smile on their face and a sense of accomplishment within volunteers”.

CHE NAK 140713-2201Who does not like cheering along with the crowd! Boys from Ramakrishna Mission were seen cheering for their team with a drum and trumpet while other kids just danced and supported their teams. Rajkumar, one of the coordinators said “I feel very nostalgic being here, I miss those school days were I experienced that same kind of enthusiasm”.

CHE NAK 140713-1412Nakshatra’s slogan , Dream. Discover. Dazzle. was a motivation for the children while particpating. They were awarded based on performances – while Sevalaya from Thiruninravur was awarded with the Overall Championship Trophy, four other homes including Leo Correya, Siragu, Avvai Home and Indian Council for Child Welfare were awarded trophies for Best Participating home.

 

The event was sponsored by NTT Data, Plintron and LetzChange.

CHE NAK 140713-0837Bhumi is one of India’s largest independent youth volunteer non-profit organisations. Our volunteers work amongst orphaned and underprivileged children in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, New Delhi, Telangana, West Bengal and several other parts of the country. The efforts of our volunteer force consisting of over 1,000 students and young professionals under the age of 30 benefit over 15,000 children every year. To volunteer register on www.bhumi.org.in

3 Comments
  • krithika
    Posted at 06:57h, 06 August Reply

    hey guys! i’m vry mch interested in volunteering. so plz do post me for any upcoming events conducted by u thr my mail id”[email protected]” .

  • Eugene Das
    Posted at 06:45h, 08 August Reply

    Hello Dr

    By way of introduction, we are a Registered Public Trust in Mumbai established to carry our services and activities for people in Slums and Villages by uplifting them and bringing them closer to the mainstream society.

    We are situated in Aarey Colony, Goregaon East in the midst of the 32 slum hamlets of Aarey Colony with a total population of about 70,000 nos.

    May I request you to kindly go through the short video link to get a glimpse of our activities:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATUo8I0t0vA

    Also attaching herewith a short presentation and leaflet for your ready reference
    There are many exciting and important projects which we are currently working on. Can you please advise if there are any opportunities for BHUMI and WWH to partner. .

    In recognition of your support, we would be happy to display your company’s logo etc and will acknowledge your support in communications with our supporters and volunteers. Please let us know if there are other ways we can thank you!

    We are excited about our projects and the possibility of having you support our efforts.

    Thank you very much for your kind attention. Your assistance and thoughtfulness is deeply appreciated.

    With kindest regards

    Eugene Das
    Founder & Managing Trustee

    WWH Charitable Foundation
    Community Centre : Unit 22, Next to Picnic Spot
    Aarey Colony, Goregaon E, Mumbai65
    Mob : +91- 9833894438
    Email : [email protected]
    Web : http://www.wwhtrust.org
    Skype : eugenedas
    Watch WWH video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATUo8I0t0vA

    WWH program updates on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/WWH-Charitable-Foundation/731756810183993

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