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Help Nandalala inculcate moral, spiritual and cultural values in kids
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    Nandalala Seva Samithi Trust

    from Chennai, Tamil Nadu

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Main Objective of Nandalala Siruvar Sangam
To mold young minds by inculcating moral , spiritual, cultural values and noble ideals in them. Arts and crafts, yoga and meditation classes during summer and winter camps every year

Listed below are the activities undertaken by the nandalala seva samithi trust
Education:
  • Necessary monetary support provided to deserving and economically backward students
  • Distribution of free Notebooks and uniforms every year
  • To provide basic infrastructure facilities to rural schools
  • Disdtribution of Shawls, footwear, and umbrellas during winter
Kshana-Kshana:
  • Cultural centre for children in Bangalore
  • It houses a computer centre and a library
  • Various arts and crafts classes are held
  • Competitions like music (vocal/instrumental), dance, drawing, sports are some activities held at the centre
Matru Seva:(feeding the poor)
  • Serving free food regularly twice a week at the cultural centre - Chennai and on festive occasions
  • Cooked in the Trusts qon hygienic kitchen
  • Over 300 people are served wholesome lunch
Project Balakrishna:
  • One of the projects close to the heart of Pujyasri Mathioli R.Saraswathy.Launched in Bangalore and presently covers about 4000 children in Bangalore, Hyderabad, New Delhi, and Trivandrum This scheme provides
  • Milk to school children belonging to the weaker sections of the society.
  • A very successful project in offering nutritious wholesome milk to children .
  • Students’ attendance in the schools have doubled post the implementation of this project .
Women’s Day:
  • “Nanda Deepam” award is conferred to women on women’s day who excel in different fields
Trust Publications:
  • The Trust has several publications to its credit. It runs a quarterly, bilingual magazine called “Flute” and also children’s quarterly magazine named “Nandalala Garden”.
Medical Aid:
  • Medical equipments and waiting facilities in public hospitals
  • Disaster relief- support to those affected by natural calamities.

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