ZEAL AND COURAGE OF CHILDREN CHARMS EO IN SUBHAPRADHAM
TAKING PART IN SUBHAPRADHAM ITSELF SHOWS YOU RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS-EO
Tirupati, 3 June 2017: “My aim is to become an IAS and serve my society” is the assertive statement by eighth standard Krishna Vamsi while “My zeal is to become a doctor and treat the poor and needy” is the goal of Muttu, a ninth student from Satyavedu ZPHS. “My only mission and vision is to serve my nation by joining Indian Army”, is a confident expression by a tenth class student Dilip from Madanapalle. All the three of them univocally declared that Subhapradham guides them to become better citizens of India by imparting moral values of our great Hindu Sanatana dharma.
The future plans of some of the children who took part in the Subhapradham-summer training classes on moral values and Hindu Santana Dharma immensely impressed TTD EO Sri Anilkumar Singhal and other officers too.
Before addressing the students in the week long Subhapradham which commenced on Saturday in SV Arts College the EO asked some students to come on to the stage and express their view on programme. After listening to their views, the EO said, “Keeping aside your routine tendency to enjoy the summer vacation touring other places or spending time in games, you all took part in Subhapradham classes, which proves that these children are sure to be the future builders of this great country. My compliments to their parents too”, he maintained.
Adding further he said, “I wish you all come out with flying colours in your future and serve the nation. From the beginning of childhood days we all commit mistakes. But we should learn to live a pious life as we grow up. Our dharma preaches the righteous way of life. This summer camp aims at teaching moral values embedded in Sanatana Dharma. I want the feed back from you all on last day to better our training programme in future”, he added.
Earlier Tirupati JEO Sri P Bhaskar said that from the past five years TTD has been organising Subhapradham, the week long summer training classes on Hindu Sanatana Dharma and moral values for class 8, 9 and 10 children. This year also training classes for girls and boys are being conducted separately in two Telugu states.
College Principal Smt Padmavathi, HDPP Secretary Sri Ramakrishna Reddy, Epic Studies co-ordinator Sri Damodar Naidu and others were also present.
ISSUED BY THE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER, TTDs TIRUPATI