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Be a partner in development of the Nation

Bharat Vikas Parishad is striving for the development of the Nation. You can also participate in this effort  by (a) becoming a member of Bharat Vikas Parishad, (b) enrolling yourself as a “Vikas Ratna” or “Vikas Mitra”  and (c)  donating for various sewa &  sanskar projects.

Donations to Bharat Vikas Parishad are eligible for income tax exemption under section 80-G of Income Tax Act. Donations may kindly be sent by cheque / demand draft in favour of Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bharat Vikas Bhawan, BD Block, Behind Power House, Pitampura, Delhi-110034.


 
 

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  • 2010 - Cloudburst in Leh
    In August 2010 cloudburst triggered flash floods and mudslides in Leh causing death of hundreds of people. It rendered thousands homeless and caused extensive damage to property and infrastructure, Bharat Vikas Parishad extended timely help to the affected brethren by constructing a six room school complete with furniture and uniform and books for the students. In addition, it distributed relief material and provided financial assistance to a number of victims. List of donors>>

लेह लदाख में सहायता कार्य की रिपोर्ट

गत वर्ष अगस्त मास में लेह लदाख में बादलों के फटने से जो उस क्षेत्र में हानि हुई थी, उस में आप सब के सहयोग से लेह जिला के एगू नामक गावं में एक हाई स्कुल का निर्माण किया है. जो बन कर तेयार है. इस स्कुल को बच्चों को पढ़ाई करने के लिए इस वर्ष 27 जून को दे दिया है.

आप के धन एवं सामान के सहयोग से इस स्कुल तथा दुसरे लोगों को निम्न सामान बांटा गया था:
1. अगस्त 25-27 को लगभग 10 लाख का सामान जिस में गर्म कम्बल , गर्म स्वेटर्स , बिस्तर, कपढ़े तथा अन्य घरेलू प्रयोग का सामान था , बांटा गया था.
2. बाद में एक स्कुल जिस में 6 कमरे तथा उस के आगे 8' का बरामदा बना है , इस को बना कर स्कुल के बच्चों दे दिया गया है
3. स्कुल के 120 बच्चों को गर्म यूनीफार्म भी दी गयी है.
4 . इस के अतिरिक्त स्कुल के बच्चों को बेंच , कुर्सिया, बलेक बोर्ड , चाक , बैठने के लिए टाट आदि सामान दिया गया था.
5 . स्कुल के निर्माण के लिए एक मोहिन्द्रा की गाढ़ी भी लुधिआना से भेजी थी.


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National Secretary General's visit to Leh

A brief of our visit to Leh Ladakh for the knowledge of readers / members to assure them that the Parishad never lags behind when there is a clarion call for help from all the four corners of the country whenever there are National Calamities.

I, along with Shri Yash Paul Gupta, National Secy. Gram Basti Vikas, left Delhi by Air for Leh on 11th Oct. 2010. On our arrival at the Airport at 7-45 AM we were received by Shri Munish and Shri Tashi. We were advised to take rest for a couple of hours at Hotel Laserno.

At 3 pm we went to meet CEO at Civil Hospital. During the course of our discussion he wanted the Parishad to set up a Dispensary at Leh for the benefit of its people. Later it was decided to open a BVP Branch at Leh and take steps for the construction of Egoo School.

On 12th Oct we stepped out for Egoo School alongwith Dr. Anil and Dy. CEO. On our way we saw many damaged buildings and the school also that was shown in the film ‘3 Idiots’. Sindhu Darshan Palace also bore the brunt of nature. This is the same palace from where Sindhu Darshan was started by the Central Govt. under the leadership of ex. Prime Minister AB Vajpayee.

On reaching Egoo School we had a meeting with the Principal and Staff. Since the BVP offered to construct some rooms and a multipurpose hall, the necessary Bhoomi Pujan was performed by the LAMA. We handed over 10 Tables, 10 Chairs, 3 Tat Bundles, blackboard, warm undergarments for students, teachers and local residents. This gesture was highly appreciated.

     

Distributing woolens to the villagers

 

Handing over cheque for relief

  Donating furniture etc.to the school  
   

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Thereafter we visited two villages where seven houses were being constructed. Here we handed over a cheque for Rs. 2 Lacs and relief material i.e. blankets, cloth, solar lights etc. etc. Now it was the turn of shopkeepers whose shops were damaged. An assistance  ranging  from  Rs. 8000/-  to  Rs. 20,000/- per shop was given to them by cheque.

At 8 pm installation ceremony of a new branch of BVP at Leh was arranged attended by 15 members and some invitees. Lapel pins and BVP literature was given to members. National Secretary General apprised them about the Sanskar and Sewa activities of BVP. Three Office Bearers were nominated to run the branch.

On 13th we met the DM and discussed about relief work. We visited Solar colony where 16 marla land was allotted by the Govt. to a Society at Ladakh to start a Hospital. Bhartiya Vidya Niketan School and Hall of Fame were other important places that we visited in our last leg of journey. Much is needed to be done for our brethren of that area. BVP is committed for that venture.

Donations may be sent to BVP H.Qs at Delhi. Relief u/s 80 G is allowed.

                                                                          -                S.K. Wadhwa, National Secretary General

 
  • 2009: Floods in  Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra:
    During 2009, states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra were badly affected by floods. Our branches extended their best possible help to the flood affected brethren by providing food, clothes and medicines etc. Funds were also released by the Central Office to supplement the efforts of the Prants for providing relief and rehabilitation to the affected brethren. List of donors>>

  • 2007: Floods in Assam: 
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    uring 2007, Assam reeled under devastating floods. Bharat Vikas Parishad, Assam Prant  extended its best possible help to the flood effected brethren by providing food, clothes & medicines etc.

  • 2006: Floods in Gujarat and and Rajasthan.
    Our branches in Gujarat and Rajasthan did excellent work for immediate relief and rehabilitation of affected brethren.

  • 2004: Tsunami in Southern Parts of the Country
     
    W
    hen Tsunami struck the southern parts of the country in December, 2004, Bharat Vikas Parishad’s branches swung into action to provide medicines, food and shelters to the affected brethren in Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry. The Parishad also undertook construction of community centres in five coastal villages  three in Tamil Nadu and one each in Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. In all, the Parishad’s total contribution for  exceeded rupees one crore.

                                        

Construction work nearing completion at Pazhathotam, Distt. Kanyakumari
 

  • Inauguration of New building at Pazhathottam
    The inaugural function of the training centre  "Sudarsanam" sponsored by Bharat Vikas Parishad at Pazhathottam near Kanyakumari  was held on 25-3-2007. 

    Sri K.R.K. Moorthy, Additional Secretary General, Bharat Vikas Parishad, graced the occasion with the Zonal Secretary Sri.V. Hariharan, Swamy Chaithanyanantha Maharaj, Vellimalai blessed the occasion. Sri Kesava Vinayagan General secretary Seva Bharathy Tamil Nadu and Sri Sundara Lakshmanan Kshethra Seva Pramuk, Sri E.Parameshwaran were present on the occasion. Dr V. R. Theiva Prakash Kanyakumari District President Sevabharathy welcomed the gathering. Sri. B. Ashok Kumar, Seva Bharathy District Secretary presented the annual report Sri. R.K.Ramachandran District Organizer, proposed the vote of thanks. The function was followed by annual sarva mahasabai meet.

    This was the last of the five Tsunami rehabilitation projects sanctioned by Bharat Vikas Parishad and this happened to be the first to be completed.

 
  • 2004: Floods in Assam
  • 2003: Draught in Rajasthan
  • 2001: Earthquake in Gujarat:
    A severe earthquake, which rocked Gujarat on 26th January, 2001 and left thousands dead or seriously injured. Among the injured, there were about 5,000 persons who needed artificial limbs. Bharat Vikas Parishad contributed its mite in reconstruction of devastated villages and rehabilitation of earthquake victims and providing artificial limbs to handicapped persons. A sum of Rs. 1.89 crores was contributed in cash by Bharat Vikas Parishad.

  • 1999: Orissa Supercyclon
  • 1998: Kargil war
    Parishad organised blood donation camps for the jawans on a large scale.
  • 1993: Earthquake in Latur (Maharashtra)
  • 1988: Floods in Punjab and Gujarat

                                                                                                                                                                       

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