Entities Under Seva Darshan.
Manava Seva Madhava Seva
Back in 80’s a couple of like-minded individuals from India who were working in various jobs across Kuwait got together to form an association of Indian expatriates who shared the same goal of promoting seva, culture and pass on our Nations great heritage to our next generationwho were growing up in Kuwait. Various like-minded groups formed across the country that represented a cross section of
society from various states of India. In late 80’s, the members from the state of Kerala also became active in the cultural and social activities carried on by various organization in Kuwait. The Indian Arts Circle served as a common point for the Indian community to meet and celebrate festivals and other functions.The Invasion of Kuwait brought a stop to all activities in Kuwait and this was
A Brief Timeline
Back in 1980's
Back in 80’s a couple of like-minded individuals from India who were working in various jobs across Kuwait got together to form an association of Indian expatriates who shared the same goal of promoting seva, culture and pass on our Nations great heritage to our next generationwho were growing up in Kuwait.
Later in 2005
Later in the year 2005, it was thought essential to have themselves registered as an organization under the office of the Indian Embassy of Kuwait to have the sanction of the government’s representative office in Kuwait. SEVA DARSHAN KUWAIT was officially registered as an organization with the Indian Embassy of Kuwait.
Later in 2006
The Biggest Gathering.
In 2006, one of the biggest gatherings of association members was held by Seva Darshan in Wafra with over 700 participants. Few months later another gathering witnessed the presence of more than 200 Tamil members. Various programmes like SanksarKendras for children, festival celebrations were started at all units.
In 2008, Seva Darshan conducted ‘Bharathotsav 2008’. The mega event was aimed at supporting one of the most ambitious projects the organization had ever supported. With ‘Bharathotsav’ we could back the construction of a building for the Krishnajyothi Kendra in Palaghat, a home for the visually blind. Over 3000 people attended the event and we were able to achieve our target.It gave the members the much needed energy to expand further into the society and get spread its message.
In 2010, Seva Darshan conducted the ‘Bharath Darshan’ which was held to support the building of a school in Marayoor, Kerala. The effort was received with overwhelming response by the public. In the year 2011, Seva Darshan launched ‘SamskrithaBharati Kuwait’, to propagate the divine language of Sanskrit in Kuwait. A large number of people attended the Sanskrit speaking camps organized every year in Kuwait. In the same year, we also launched ‘Yuva Darshan’ to engage the senior children studying in Kuwait.
Later in 2013
In the year 2013, we conducted the ‘BharathVikas’ in support of the Vikas Trust, which supported the establishment of a student studying center in Trichirapally, Tamil Nadu. The same year was also celebrated as the 150thbirth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda all across Kuwait.
Sevadashakam - 10th Year Celebration
In 2015, February 25, Seva Darshan celebrated its 10th year of non-compromising selfless service by organizing the biggest event ever in its history,‘Sevadashakam’, The event was conducted to support a noble venture to launch “Viswakarma Institute of Vocational Training”, to be set up and run in association with the Jagadguru Educational, Charitable and Cultural Trust, Chalakuddy, Kerala. Read More