Seva Darshan Kuwait, the voluntary non-profit socio-cultural organization registered with Indian Embassy, Kuwait, celebrated its 10th year of non-compromising selfless service. The much awaited daylong event, ‘Sevadasakam’, was conducted on 25th February, 2015 at Marina Hall, Abbasiya. ‘Sevadasakam’ supports the 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. As part of the government initiative to promote skill development across the nation, VIVT will provide training and education to the under privileged and deserving students.
The ceremony was inaugurated by the chief guest Shri. Subhashish Goldar, Deputy Chief of Mission, by lighting the traditional lamp. The day was blessed with the presence of eminences as Dr.N.R.Madhu, (Editor, Kesari Weekly), Shri. Sreenadh (Vice President, Brahmins), Shri. Renjith (Marketing Manager, UAE Exchange, Kuwait). Dr. N.R.Madhu delivered the key note speech. He emphasized the need for upholding our tradition and culture in front of the whole world. Shri. Subhashish Goldar congratulated the members for taking up such projects for human cause and expressed his whole hearted support. The winners of literary competition conducted by Sopanam E-Magazine were honoured at the function. A commemorative souvenir was released by Shri. Renjith by handing over the first
copy to Shri. Gopakumar (Souvenir Committee Convener).
Seva Darshan Kuwait president Sri. Ajayakumar. T. K, presided the function. He outlined the activities of Seva Darshan. Shri Rajarajan Ganesan (General Convenor, Sevadashakam) extended a warm welcome to the gathering. Shri. Sanjuraj (General Secretary, Seva Darshan) spoke about the history of the organization and its track, over the
last 10 years. Shri. Arunkumar ( Orgainizing Secretary, Seva Darshan) delivered the word of gratitude. For the first time in Kuwait, more than 120 artists of Seva Darshan family grouped up on a single stage, to present its signature program ‘Stree parvam’, a dance drama framed on women empowerment. ‘Stree parvam’ is a call to wake up against the injustice towards women community, taking into consideration the prevailing social scenario of insecurity
within Indian society. It was indeed unique in its presentation and quality providing a spectacular extravagance for the audience.
The next session of the day witnessed a visual treat presented by the talented artists from Kerala, Ramesh Pisharody, Dharmajan, Subi Suresh, Thushar and Sonia. The performances by the team included comedy skits, and music. The event concluded with the raffle draw which was one of the biggest in participation. The main sponsors of the whole
event were Brahmins, Gulf Mart and UAE Exchange.