Hindu Seva Sangh celebrates first formation day

Port Blair
13 Nov 2018

Hindu Seva Sangh (HSS) celebrated its First formation Day on Sunday at Wimberlygunj. A huge gathering of around 500 members from different parts of Ferrargunj Tehsil attended the function. Bhajan were presented from the HSS members of Caddlegunj, Aniket, Kadakachang, Wimberlygunj, Lambapahar, Valluvarnagar & Bambooflat. Skit and dances were presented by the HSS children. The programmee begin with the “Mantrocharan” by the students of Bal Sanskar Kaksha run by Hindu Seva Sangh.
Mr Abhay Kumar deliberated on the objectives and achievements of Hindu Seva Sangh. Few major achievements in the last year by HSS include start of started the Bal Sanskar Kaksha at Sri Radha Krishna Mandir, since 19/11/17 wherein more than 140 students from the nearby area attend the Sunday morning Kaksha, construction of Zilla Parishad VKV School with the help of MP-LAD fund, under Shore Point Panchayat which was pending since 2002 after its foundation stone, participation in cleanliness drives and escorting pilgrims to annual Pooja at Jirgatang Mandir, Panighat Mandir and Rath Yatra at Port Blair, a delegation from the Hindu Seva Sangh met Hon’ble Vice President of India, at Raj Nivas and handed over him a letter with charter of demands and meeting the Prime Minister of India at his office in New Delhi. Mr Rajendra Kumar an active member of HSS delivered a key note on Santan Dharm. Programmee culminated with distribution of prasad.