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Find our interesting campaigns, events, motivational sessions to get inspired and be part of Environmental, Civic and Social CHANGES through CHILDREN.

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FRIENDSHIPS DAY @ JWALAMUKHI- Celebrated through the theme of Social Values

Sep 22, 2014

In modern times, the concept of ethics, following rules & regulations or being morally correct seems to have gone out of fashion or has become outdated. Just the society we live in & the way the administration mishandles all the power they have make almost everyone averse to rules & having & following Social Values which not only define a particular individual & make them stand apart from the crowd but it also defines the society around us too.

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BBMP ELECTIONS- Hear it from a citizens point of view

Aug 26, 2014

author: Raghav Ravichandran

August 22nd, Saturday is the day for the BBMP Elections( the local civic body elections) in the city of Bangalore.
On this day, I thought why not chat up with someone who is actively campaigning in & around where she lives about the importance of this election & why people must vote even for this election.

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Independence Day Celebration @ Jwalamukhi- An informative & fun filled event!!

Aug 26, 2014

Author: Raghav Ravichandran

What does Independence Day mean to adults in modern India? Well, that’s a very precarious question to ask as we see only negativity all around us such as news showcasing all bad stuff about the nation & scandalising it. Like the recent events of a complete shutdown of the Parliament House & especially in front of the Bhutanese delegation which came to see the functioning of the Parliament, the image of India would have taken huge backward strides.

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Sanjay Nagar children interact with MLA and Senior Civic

Aug 26, 2014

In partnership with Team Sanjay Nagar ,Jwalamukhi organised a special interaction session between MLA and few senior civic body officials and children from Sanjay nagar schools.
Questions asked by children varied from getting a cycle lane for them, garbage issues in Sanjay nagar and zebra crossing at schools, Extending age in sukanya samruddhii yojna for girls to 16 years. It was a very interesting session.

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Say NO to coloured toxic Ganeshas and bring home a eco friendly clay Ganesha

Aug 26, 2014

Aarushi Gandhi, is a highly creative and brilliant child. Here you see Aarushi with a beautiful clay Ganesha made by her.
Doesn't it feel special and proud to create your own cute little Ganesha for pooja at home?

Please join all of us in Jwalamukhi to

'Say NO to coloured toxic Ganeshas and bring home a eco friendly clay Ganesha'

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