Jamshedpur: The city celebrated the National Youth Day to mark the 157th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda with fervour. Schools, colleges and social organisations organised various events to mark the day. Social organization Naman under the leadership of Amarpreet Singh Kale organised a function at Sakchi to pay tribute to the greater leader.
Kale said that that the advent of Swami Vivekananda is to raise the women from shambles and for these must follow the path of the “Wisdom of Women of Upanishadic Age”. Human Life itself is the universe, and it is of paramount importance that life needs to be decently organized and highly disciplined. This is only possible when we manifest the divinity already inherent in every soul.
The Jamshedpur Women’s College, Graduate School College for Women, Jamshedpur Co-operative College, ABM College and Jamshedpur Worker’s College celebrated the day today with morning rallies and sessions to discuss philosophy of Swami Vivekananda’s life
The National Service Scheme (NSS) unit of Jamshedpur Women’s College took out a morning rally that spread awareness through the preaching of Swami Vivekananda. The NCC unit of Graduate School College for Women too organised a rally. A theatre artist Ravikant Mishra also presented a monologue as Swami Vivekanand for the students of Graduate School College for Women.
The Jamshedpur Worker’s College and ABM College concluded their week long programme on Youth Day today. Both the colleges organised essay, painting, elocution and declamation contest in the past week, the prize distribution of which was organised today.
The Bengal Club in Sakchi also organised a programme discussing Swami Vivekananda. Sujit Chakraborty, founder of The Children of Ramakrishna, a socio-religious outfit in Jamshedpur spoke about Swami Vivekananda referring the Chicago Day Conventions and his ideologies on religion.