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In the ideological pursuit of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to embrace togetherness, social group Rashtriya Seva Bharti is all geared up for organizing the third edition of the grand Rashtriya Seva Sangam 2023, where the social organization will be hosting a congregation of more than 5000 representatives from over 1000 voluntary service organizations working in the field of social development. To mark the inauguration of the grandeur the Seva Sangh organized Ganesh Sthapana on 9 March, after duly worshipping the 'Matribhoomi' through "Bhoomi Poojan".



The Ganesh Sthapna and Bhoomi Poojan programs held on 9 March were graced by the presence of All India President of Rashtriya Seva Bharti Panna Lal Bhansali, RSB's Rajasthan Sangathan Mantri Mool Chand Sohni, RSS's Rajasthan Regional Head Shiv Lehri, RSB Vice-president Shrawan Kumar, Shailendra Ji Prant Pracharak Jaipur Province, J. P. Sinhala All India President National Educational Federation, Om Prakash Gupta Secretary Keshav Vidyapeeth Jamdoli, Mahendra Singhal and Krishna Kumar Addania Convenor Seva Sangam and other top officials and workers of RSS. Ganesh Sthapna was organized at around 9:30 am, taking the blessings for the smooth completion of all the works.



In appreciation of Mr Ramesh Chandra Agarwal for successfully hosting the programs in Jaipur, Mr Panna Lal Bhansali said, "Mr Agarwal has played a phenomenal role as a Swayam Sevak and has also been the All India President of Gau Gram Seva Yatra. Despite being originally from Rajasthan, Mr Agarwal's core work base has been in Assam, and he has also earned repute as a prominent industrialist. RSS is blessed to have a leader like him and to have him as the All India President of Rashtriya Seva Bharti."



"The main and implicit objective of this great convention is to build a harmonious, capable, self-reliant and self-reliant society and a prosperous India by establishing synergy between the collective efforts of the voluntary organizations associated with Rashtriya Seva Bharti," added Mr Bhansali.



The first Rashtriya Seva Sangam was organized in Bangalore in 2010 under the scheme of Rashtriya Seva Bharti. The second Rashtriya Seva Sangam was organized in Delhi in April 2015, and the third event was to be held in Jaipur after 5 years in March 2020, but due to the disruptions of the unprecedented pandemic, the event was postponed, and will now be organized on 7, 8, 9 April 2023 at Keshav Vidyapeeth, Jamdoli, Jaipur. Rashtriya Swayam sevak Sangh's Chief Mohanrao Bhagwat will grace the inauguration ceremony of Rashtriya Seva Sangam in Jaipur on 7 April 2023.


 
 
 

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